An interactive documentary by Bournemouth University students aiming to explore the psychology behind common fears and phobias, using first hand experience. Through being both entertaining and informative, we tackle relatable phobias and use experts to explain what goes through our minds when faced with our fears. Watch the doc -> Connect with us on Facebook.
A 7 minute documentary which explores the life of a deaf person and how the charity, Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, have changed their life. By Jack Deery, Megan Ford, Tommy Churchyard and Lewis Lesbirel.
An estimated 300,000 people took to the streets of Brighton on Saturday to celebrate Brighton Pride – an annual event to support LGBT communities. The sun was glistening off the South Coast all day to provide the perfect conditions for a day of partying at the colourful festival. As ever with events of such size, […]
Brighton and Hove played host to the UK’s biggest LGBT celebration last weekend, as Pride graced the streets of the South Coast. Approximately 300,000 people attended Brighton Pride on Saturday to make it the biggest event in its 43 year history. The day began with a parade though the city centre, followed by a festival […]
1973: First Gay Pride march. Organised by the Sussex Gay Liberation Front in Brighton, it was a brave thing to do at the time. Only seven years before that and gay men simply getting it on together would’ve ended in a jail sentence. 1991: Pride comes back to Brighton. It was born out of political […]
Tommy Churchyard Poole Town Football Club have gone from strength to strength over the last seven seasons, winning eight trophies and climbing two divisions. This rise has led to them sitting top of the Southern League Premier Division at the halfway point of this season. 2008/2009 Poole ended this season as champions of the Wessex Premier […]
Tommy Churchyard Poole Town have extended their lead at the top of the Southern League Premier to eight points after comfortably beating 9-man Leamington 1-0 on Saturday. Marvin Brooks put Poole ahead after 20 minutes and the Dolphins never looked like squandering the lead against their promotion rivals, who finished the game with nine men. […]