The first rule of Nightline is: you do not talk about Nightline. The organisation, above everything, values anonymity. This allows them to protect their callers and volunteers alike. They won't tell you to get therapy, they won't offer you...
For as long as we can remember, Black History Month has always existed – in countries like the UK, US, Canada, Mexico and the Netherlands just to name a few, but the advent of the month is something that...
2017 marks three years since Professor David Richardson took over from Edward Acton as Vice-Chancellor. In those three years, UEA has shot up the league tables and secured consideration as one of the country's elite non-Russell Group universities. It...
Professor Raymond Tallis is a philosopher, poet, novelist, cultural critic, retired medical physician and clinical neuroscientist. So getting an interview in between his busy schedule was a considerable achievement for Concrete. What piece of advice would you give to students? There's...
Hugh Quarshie is an actor you will most likely recognise from Star Wars and childhood viewing of Doctor Who. He has also featured in Holby City and worked for RSC. What piece of advice would you give to students? I think...
Dinah Rose is a British human rights barrister who was appointed to the position of deputy judge in high court in 2016. She spoke to Concrete on the role of a barrister, particularly as a female in the bar. What...