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Enjoy classics and cult favourites in an exploration of science fiction cinema's 'golden' decade, and consider the ways in which these popular films also engage with the social, political and technological anxieties of the period.
Develop greater sincerity, authenticity, and depth in your acting with the training techniques pioneered by Stanislavski and the Method practitioners. Stimulate your subconscious creativity, experience imagined realities more vividly, and explore more diverse characterisations and emotionally challenging material in a focused and supportive studio course.
Gerald Finzi and Herbert Howells worked mainly in separate spheres - the secular and the sacred - but were both inspired by early English music. Come and explore the musical worlds of these two early 20th century English figures. No previous musical knowledge necessary. Tutor: Karen Betley
This introductory course explores film to around 1930, looking at early film, the development of narrative cinema and the classical Hollywood style, as well as European film movements and styles, and the impact of sound.
This introductory course explores film from the 1930s to the present day, looking at Hollywood cinema, classical and post-classical film, European cinema, art cinema, popular cinema, key movements and concepts including genre, spectatorship and authorship.
Latin, Greek, Sanskrit, Persian, Russian, German, Welsh and English all belong to the same linguistic group. Discover how all these languages are related and how they have evolved from a single language.
Did you know that 80% of your brain is water or that your tongue is the strongest muscle in the body? Gain a basic understanding of the major systems of the body and how they interact with each other. Tutor: Alan Billington.
Ever wondered what your insides looks like? This fascinating class offers an understanding of our body and the amazing way it works. Ideal for anyone with a general interest as well as those hoping to progress.
Learn about the Android operating system and how to use its features, including browsing the web and downloading apps for different types of task. You will need to bring your Android tablet or Android phone to class.
Please note that this course is about using the common features of the Android operating system as found on all Android devices. It doesn't cover specific features provided by your device or, in the case of Android phones, your network operator.