14 October 2013
Drs Rachel Casey and Emily Blackwell from the University's School of Veterinary Sciences will feature on tonight's [Monday 14 October] Channel 4 programme 'Dogs: Their Secret Lives'.
7 October 2013
A documentary on the famous Bristol architect Sir George Oatley is being broadcast tonight [07 October] to mark the 150th anniversary of his birth in 1863. Professor Mark Horton, of the Department of Archaeology and Anthropology at Bristol University, will give an insight into Oatley’s work and life on Inside Out West, BBC1 at 7.30pm.
25 September 2013
Dr John Bradshaw and Dr Rachel Casey from the University's School of Veterinary Sciences will feature on the BBC Two series The Wonder of Dogs.
18 September 2013
Dr John Bradshaw, Visiting Fellow and Honorary Director of the Anthrozoology Institute in the School of Veterinary Sciences, will feature on BBC One's Countryfile on Sunday 22 September.
3 September 2013
Julian Hamilton Shield, Professor in Diabetes and Metabolic Endocrinology in the School of Clinical Sciences, will feature on ITV Tonight as part of a programme on childhood obesity.
6 August 2013
Dr Rebecca Pearson, an epidemiologist from the University's School of Social and Community Medicine, will be talking about her research into the pregnant brain on a special BBC Radio 4 programme today [broadcast at 11 am] which explores the changes that take place in a woman's brain over the course of pregnancy including the effects of depression and stress.
23 July 2013
Professor Dave Gordon comments to the Guardian on the Royal baby and prognosis for babies born in July 2013.
10 July 2013
David Main, Professor of Animal Welfare in the School of Veterinary Sciences, will feature on BBC One's Countryfile on Sunday 14 July discussing animal welfare and food standards.
18 June 2013
New research, led by Professor John Macleod from the University’s School of Social and Community Medicine, has found that moderate drinking during pregnancy — three to seven glasses of alcohol a week — does not appear to harm fetal neurodevelopment, as indicated by the child’s ability to balance. The study, published in the journal BMJ Open, has featured in the national media today [18 June].
12 June 2013
Dr John Bradshaw, Visiting Fellow and Honorary Director of the Anthrozoology Institute in the School of Veterinary Sciences, will feature on BBC Two's Horizon tomorrow [Thursday 13 June] discussing the secret life of the domestic cat .