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Left to right from top: Simon Armitage, Jodie Whittaker, Sir Michael Palin, Liz Bonnin, Dame Mary Berry and Professor Brian Cox appearing in the Transmission Report video.
Credit: BBC/The One Show

The Poet Laureate and University of Leeds Professor of Poetry’s centenary poem, Transmission Report, was broadcast on The One Show.  

William Buckland, Geological Cross-Section, 1836

The School of Philosophy, Religion, and History of Science celebrated the publication of a new historical study by Dr Jonathan Topham.  

Members of the Mekons and Delta 5 among fans and friends as pictured in Melody Maker, February 3, 1979

No Machos or Pop Stars is a new book by University of Leeds alumni Gavin Butt which charts the role of art schools within the vibrant post-punk music scene in Leeds in the late 1970s.

View of someone wearing headphones from behind.
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Listening to music helped people to feel connected and gave them a sense of normality during the isolation of the first Covid-19 lockdown, research has found. 

A central heating thermostat console being held.
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People from disadvantaged and minority communities don’t feel heard by politicians – and need urgent help to deal with the cost of living crisis, research has found.