Viva Voce, series 2 BBC Radio Ulster (2017),

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Viva Voce consisted of 8 x 30 minute radio broadcasts (over 2 series) on BBC Radio NI. On each separate programme Dr Art Hughes interviewed 3 invited guests, all of whom had successfully completed PhD theses on a wide range of topics, ranging from literature, the arts and scientific topics. Each guest summed up their work in three minutes. The second part of each programme consisted of a ‘question and answer’ session, and Dr Hughes then went on to award the prize each week to the guest who had imparted their knowledge in the most unique and insightful ways.

LanguageEnglish
TypeBBC Radio Ulster
Place of PublicationBelfast
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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