South Bank University Television Highlights 1998-1999

Scope and Content

Comprises footage of University staff giving interviews on the following television programmes:

- BBC London News - Edric Hall clearing call centre

- ITV News - Edric Hall clearing call centre and interview with Andy Masheter, Head of External Relations

- BBC News 24 - Edric Hall clearing call call centre and interviews with Dr Noel Robinson, Deputy Registrar and Andy Masheter, Head of External Relations

- ITN - live report from the Edric Hall clearing call centre

- Sky News - interview with Anne Takart, Professor of Primary Healthcare

- ITV Evening News - interview with Professor Iain Begg

- Sky News - interview with Andrea Bosco, Professor of History and Theory of European Integration

- BBC News - interview with Dr Tom Coultate, Food Biochemist

- London Today - interview with Harry Goulbourne, Professor of Sociology

- Sky News - interview with Dr Kate Hudson

- London Today - interview with Dr Putti Laungani, Professor of Psychology

- ITN - interview with Marios Angelides

- Interview with Professor David Mays

- Business Breakfast - interview with Professor Panicos Demetriades

- Sky News - interview with Michael Wood, Senior Lecutrer in Economics

- Interview with Dr Hugh Atkinson, Senior Lecturer in Politics and Public Policy

- Sky News - interview with Paul Burns, Professor of Business

- Interview with Dinah Gould, Professor of Nursing

- Sky News - interview with Nigel Grimwade

- Business Breakfast - interview with Kate Giannopolou, South Bank University Business School

- BBC News 24 - Solar Car Mad Dog 2

- BBC News - interview with Professor Mike Hough

- London Tonight - Tommy Steel interviewed regarding his honourary degree from the University

Administrative / Biographical History

The Mad Dog Project was part of a research programme in the University's Sustainable Transport Research Centre in the School of Engineering. The Project designed and built low budget solar cars and competed in various World Solar Challenges. The first car, Mad Dog I entered the 1996 race, Mad Dog II competed in the 1998 World Solar Rallye and Mad Dog III competed in several races, incluing the World Solar Challenge 2001 and 2001 American Solar Challenge.

Access Information

A digitised version of the tape is available on DVD.

Physical Characteristics and/or Technical Requirements

White 'Medialink' label. Footage lasts 8 minutes, 57 seconds.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright Permission Required