Programmes
Listed by Topic
on UK FUTURE TV
MIND, BODY & HEALTH
NATURE & ENVIRONMENT
EDUCATION & LEARNING
PEOPLE & SOCIETY
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
BUSINESS & ENTERPRISE
LIST BY TOPIC
LIST BY LATEST
BACK TO HOME
A

ACADEMIC ASSESSMENT
Innovative ways of improving the performance and consistency of assessment marking in universities and professional bodies. 36m 
Gerard Lennox

ADOPTION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Looking at how people react to new technology, how they assess usefulness and make decisions. 18m
Natasha Papazafeiropoulou

ADVERTISING & SOCIAL CHANGE
The use of advertising to encourage social change. The role of consumption patterns in developing consumer identity. 21m
Ekant Veer

ANALYSING EXPERTISE
The nature and sociology of scientific knowledge. Public understanding and science education. The nature of skills, expertise and experience. 43m
Harry Collins & Rob Evans

ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT
Understanding the molecular mechanisms that govern early development. Improving the cloning process in cattle, sheep & pigs. 17m
Keith Campbell

ANTHROPOLOGY
History and sustainable development of Mayan population in Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Social justice and international solidarity. 13m
Genner de Jesus Llanes-Ortiz

APPLIED PHYSICS
Using physics research to develop new technologies in solid state physics such as low dimensional semiconductor structures. 21m
Mohamed Henini

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
A.I. techniques and their use in emergency response centres. 27m
Austin Tate

ASTROPHYSICS
Astrophysics, art and emerging technologies. 35m
Sandra Chapman

AUTISM
Cognitive psychology, autism, asperger syndrome and gender differences. 17m
John Lawson
B

BANK SECURITY
Protecting bank security systems fraud and external attack. 21m
Graham Steel

BEHAVIOURAL ACCOUNTING
Behavioural accounting and finance. Corporate finance decisions. Venture capital. Business regulation. Moral hazard.  Investor irrationality. 17m
Richard Fairchild

BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES
Looking at the chemical reactions of microbes above and below the ice sheets and glaciers of Antarctica, Greenland and The Alps. 48m
Martyn Tranter

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Instrumentation for ophthalmology. Colour vision deficit as a diagnostic tool for diabetic retinopathy and optic neuritis. Orthopaedics. 17m
Lionel Ripley

BIOMIMETICS
Application of concepts from biology within engineering. Mechanical properties of biological materials. Biology as a tool for innovation. 43m
Julian Vincent

BIO PROCESSING
Bio processing involves the purification of biologically active components from natural or synthetic mixtures. 16m
Ian Garrard

BLASPHEMY
The history of blasphemy and the lessons for contemporary life. 28m
David Nash

BRITISH POLITICS
Studying why people think about politics in the way that they do and looking at media and fictional representations of politics. 17m
Steven Fielding
C

CANCER CHARITY
Awareness, recognition, best practice and research fund raising for prostate cancer. 30m
Colin Stokes

CANCER RESEARCH
Medical oncology, renal and prostate cancer, experimental cancer therapies. 11m
Hardev Pandha

CANCER RESEARCH
Pathology, histopathology and oncological pathology. Biomarker analysis in breast cancer & colorectal cancer. Cancer vaccines. 23m  
Bharat Jasani

CARBON CAPTURE & STORAGE
Measuring the environmental effects on grass, crops and soil of capturing carbon emissions and storing carbon underground. 16m 
Michael Steven

CLIMATE CHANGE
Looking at how climate change is about much more than global warming and extends to rainfall, air pressure and wind speeds. 18m
Dennis Wheeler

COACH EDUCATION
Enabling sports coaches to develop additional skills and acquire extra knowledge to make them more effective in their work. 29m
Ian Whyte

COACHING & MENTORING
Developing leadership and management effectiveness through the innovative techniques of coaching and mentoring. 19m
Angélique Du Toit

CO-INFECTION BIOLOGY
Parasites are a major source of production loss and animal welfare issues worldwide. Mathematical and statistical modelling techniques. 24m
Joanne Lello

COLONIALISM
History of colonialism with reference to Ireland, South Africa and Zimbabwe. 29m
Donal Lowry

COMPOSITE MATERIALS
Researching material blends to produce high strength and durability for aerospace use and recyclable materials for everyday use. 20m
Alma Hodzic

COMPUTER VISION
Using engineering, computer science and psychologies to build up intelligent systems that see the real world. Robot systems. 17m
Huiyu Zhou

COMPUTER VISION
Technology transfer. Vision, speech and signal processing. Cognitive vision. Pattern recognition. Audio processing. 18m
Bill Christmas

COMPUTER VISION
Computer Vision. Creating cartoons from video and art from photographs. Non linear cameras. Classifying objects. 32m
Peter Hall

CONSERVATION
Anthropology, primates, rainforests & the urgent need for conservation measures. 37m
Simon Bearder

CONSERVATION
Conservation work on corrosion of iron, wood, glass and fibres. The restoration of the SS Great Britain. 41m
David Watkinson

CONSTRUCTION
Environmental impact of construction products, sustainability & green buildings. 22m
David Shiers

CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
Construction materials. Experimental and numerical modelling of masonry structures, including arch structures and dry-stone walls. 20m
Pete Walker

CONSUMER LAW
How the law regulates businesses in areas such as product safety, misleading advertising and selling to protect consumer interests. 25m
Peter Cartwright

CONTROL SYSTEMS
How engineers in the aerospace industry connect software, hardware and controls to build flight navigation systems and flight simulators. 9m
Dave Allerton

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE
Ensuring good governance and full accountability throughout industry and public life in developing countries such as Nigeria. 33m
Elewechi Okike

CREATIVE WRITING
Studying all areas of imaginative writing such as novels, short stories, memoirs, autobiographies, poetry, drama and journalism. 22m
Celia Brayfield

CREATIVE WRITING
Literature, language, teaching, learning, creativity and creative writing. 19m
Jane Spiro

CRITICAL CARE
Development of interdisciplinary distance learning courses in critical care. Anaesthetics & Intensive care medicine. Nursing careers. 13m
Sharon Norman
D

DEATH STUDIES
The sociology of death, dying and bereavement. Networks and religion as social supports in mourning. 28m
Tony Walter

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Studying how the mind and behaviour change throughout the course of peoples lives. University life in the US. Academic careers.  13m
Bruce Hood

DIABETES
DESMOND - Innovative project of education and self management for diabetes patients. 53m
Marian Carey

DIGITAL BUSINESS ECOSYSTEM
Distributed computing & database systems. Transactional modelling. Algorithm complexity. Peer to Peer networks. 20m
Amir Razavi

DIGITAL CONVERGENCE
Taking you through the steps involved in launching an innovative system for converging video, TV, web and telephone into one service. 31m
Craig Packer

DIGITAL MAPPING
Digital mapping and the challenges posed by new innovations. 36m
W Mackaness

DNA DAMAGE AND REPAIR
DNA is damaged by radiation, chemicals and its metabolism. A human daily has one trillion DNA damage events. 13m
Raymond Waters
DRUG ADDICTION
Using the techniques of Experimental Psychology to study why some people have a greater risk of becoming addicted to drugs. 29m
Lee Hogarth
E

EARTH SCIENCES
Earth sciences & academic life in the UK and US. 42m
Jon Davidson

ECOLOGY
Understanding the role of plants, animals and micro organisms in natural systems. Choices to be faced due to climate change. 52m
Phil Grime

ECOLOGY & CIVIL ENGINEERING
The complex interactions of living organisms. The parallels between engineering systems and ecological systems. How people learn.  28m
Alan Feest

ECO PRODUCT INNOVATION
How to turn eco friendly ideas into real world everyday products in commercial production. 26m
Elies Dekoninck

EDUCATION
Making a real difference in schools.  29m
Peter Tymms

EDUCATIONAL ASSESSMENT
Designing assessment systems in schools and universities which accurately reflect the broader aims of the courses concerned. 38m
Roger Murphy 

EDUCATION & PHILOSOPHY
Education and philosophy. Childhood. Learning to live with the future. A new theory of education. Education for diversity. 31m
Andrew Stables

EDUCATION ECONOMICS
Educational planning and finance. Economics of education. Science and technology education policy.  Assessment and evaluation. 58m
Keith Lewin

EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Artificial Intelligence in Education. Human Centred Technology. Interactive educational TV. E-learning in the post-16 sector. 35m
Ben Du Boulay

E-LEARNING EXAMPLES
Demonstrations of virtual learning and podcasting. 12m
Media Zoo

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Electrical materials & polymers. Improving  education. 19m
John Fothergill

ENGLISH
English literature from medieval times to the present day. Social use of language. Critical Theory. The study of texts and contexts. 39m
Stuart Sim

ENTERPRISE
Software, commodity trading and venture capital. 30m
Robert Brady

ENTERPRISE
Enterprise, innovation and the Cambridge Science Park. 42m
Dominic Mikulin

ENTERPRISING SCHOOLS 
New Heys - School of  enterprise. 24m
Sarah Hanlon

ENVIRONMENT
Recording of a lecture about strategic environmental assessment. 58m
Riki Therivel

ENVIRONMENT
Sustainability, social impact, environmental policy and consultancy work. 36m
Riki Therivel

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
Thermal performance and sustainability in buildings. 18m
Mary Hancock

ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
How people and places interact. How people are shaped by their places. How places are shaped by people. Insights into building design. 41m 
Christopher Spencer

EPIDEMIOLOGY
Research into dementia and cognitive decline with age. Developing large scale studies to provide definitive answers to research questions. 13m
John Gallacher

EQUALITY & DIVERSITY
Treating people equally whilst celebrating differences. Creating a level playing field so that people can all achieve within a community. 29m
Paul Andrew

ETHICS & COMPUTING
The social and ethical implications of computing and artificial intelligence. Socially beneficial applications for new technologies. 25m
Blay Whitby

EUROPEAN POLITICS
Freelance journalism. European political affairs. Comparing and contrasting new and established EU member states. 17m
Nora Rockenbauer Edmonds

EUROPEAN STUDIES
Expanding the definition of security from a purely military perspective to encompass freedom from poverty, ill heath or government intrusion. 14m
Claire Malcolm

EXPLORING THE ATMOSPHERE
Understanding the dynamics of the Earth’s Middle Atmosphere. Investigating the role of gravity waves, tides and planetary waves. 34m
Nick Mitchell
F

FACTORIES OF THE FUTURE
Rapid prototyper. An advanced fabrication technology that can copy itself with far reaching implications for capitalism and climate change. 29m
Adrian Bowyer

FASCISM
History of Fascism, defining fascism plus fascism and modernity. 40m
Roger Griffin

FIBRE COMPOSITES
Interdisciplinary field using predictive models to analyse the chemistry, chemical interaction and mechanical properties of materials. 21m 
Frank Jones

FILM & TV STUDIES
Film as art. Aesthetics and auteur theories. Hollywood studies. How audiences consume media. The emergence of digital media. 24m
Roberta Pearson

FILM STUDIES
Representation of gender issues in film. Spanish cinema & Literature. 9m
Alberto Mira

FIRE & RESCUE SERVICES
Studying the psychology of fire and rescue service staff. Looking at issues such as attacks on fire fighters and effects on relatives. 17m 
Vivienne Brunsden

FISH PARASITES
Fish parasites devastated the Norwegian salmon industry. Now a study is examining a similar issue affecting ornamental fish. 13m
Tracey King

FRENCH STUDIES
Studying the oral and written language, history and culture of both France and other French speaking parts of the world.  25m
Tim Unwin

FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS
Fundamental physics looks at the ultimate constituents of matter and the interactions between those constituents. 21m
Akram Khan

FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH
Research which seeks to answer important questions about science that do not have immediate commercial applications. 25m
Philip Moriarty

FUTURE DENTISTRY
Research into bone biology & tissue engineering to find if it is possible to make decayed teeth repair and regenerate themselves. 31m
Alastair Sloan

FUTURE SCHOOLS
Designs & ideas for the schools of the future. 36m
Joseph Gazdula

FUTURE SKILLS
The future of work, skills and employability in the knowledge economy. Global labour markets. Graduate employability. 40m
Philip Brown
G

GENDER & SEXUALITY
Representations in media, advertising and fashion. 37m
Dee Amy-Chinn

GENETICS
The study of heredity. How the instructions to build organisms are passed on from one generation to another through DNA material. 43m
Peter Sudbery

GENETIC DISORDERS
Social aspects of genetic disorders. The sociology of everyday life. Family narratives. Social theory of time. Genetic counselling. 26m
Maggie Gregory

GEOPHYSICS
Geophysics & exploring the ocean floor.  61m
Roger Searle

GERMAN STUDIES
German twentieth-century literature, film, nature and environmental issues. Ecocriticism. Hybrid identities in contemporary European cinema. 17m
Axel Goodbody

GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP
Global citizenship & international education. Globalisation, education and the curriculum. Gender and global citizenship education. 23m
Harriet Marshall
H

HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
Using evidence based practice to understand people's health behaviour such as exercise, diet or attending check ups. 18m
Martin Hagger

HOSPITALITY
Environmental management in hospitality & tourism. Local food supply. 7m
J Carlton-Smith

HOW CHILDREN LEARN
Using empirical studies and neural network modelling to understand how infants and toddlers learn about categories and language. 24m
Jessica Horst

HUMAN GENOME
Half of what makes us human is written in our genome the other half is the result of how genes interact with the environment. 38m
Araxi Urrutia
I

INCLUSIONAL RESEARCH
Awareness that space is a vital, dynamic inclusion within, around and permeating natural form. Academic freedoms. 24m
Alan Rayner

ION QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY
New quantum technologies such as the quantum computer. Developments in ion trapping technology. Ion trap arrays. 26m
Winfried Hensinger
J

JAPANESE STUDIES
Japanese language, animation, comics and film studies. 27m
Yoko Ono

JAPANESE STUDIES
Identity and symbolism in Japan. The Shinkansen high speed railway. Japanese education system. Chatham House. 18m
Christopher Hood
L

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Using vegetation in large public and commercial areas to provide attractive environments for people and encourage bio diversity. 21m
James Hitchmough

LAW
Criminal law, conflict of laws, matrimonial property & corporate manslaughter. 50m
Chris Clarkson

LEAN PRODUCTION
Lean production technologies and management in the automotive, aerospace & construction industries. 22m
Andrew Graves

LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES
Innovations in campus, distance and virtual learning. 12m
Gilly Salmon

LOW FEE PRIVATE SCHOOLING
The emergence of low-fee private schooling in India and other economically developing countries. 43m
Prachi Srivastava
M

MARKETING
Strategic, relationship and professional services marketing. Service innovation. 22m
Sue Vaux Halliday

MARKETING AND STRATEGY
Scenario networks to uncover the strategies for organizations to plot their paths through complex and changing sets of futures. 23m
John Powell

MATERIALS RESEARCH
Materials surfaces and structural systems. Royal Society research. 13m
Marie-Laure Abel

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics as a study or career choice. Research in combinatorics and combinatorial structures. Algebraic & projective geometry. 16m
James Hirschfeld

MATHEMATICS TEACHING
Understanding the relationships between teaching and learning mathematics. Research based teacher education. 31m
Jo Boaler

MATHS
Maths, popular science and combining research with writing. 25m
Ian Stewart

MEDIA & ENVIRONMENT
How biodiversity, local environments and variations in the biosphere are represented in publications, broadcasting and new media. 31m
Alex Lockwood

MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
Conducts translational cancer research to identify new drugs which could improve treatment outcomes for cancer patients. 11m 
Srinivasan Madhusudan

MEDICAL TRAINING
Identifying and managing the difficulties in making educational progress experienced by doctors in training posts. 40m
Heather Payne

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
Creating new drugs for the future through the design and synthesis of new biological entities based on known chemical tools. 22m
Jonathan Harburn

MEDITATION
Meditation techniques and their relevance in everyday life. 23m
Peter Malinowski

MENTAL HEALTH
Highly innovative project using football and local football clubs to reach out locally to young men with mental health issues. 16m
Alan Pringle   

MICRO BREWERIES
Producing alcoholic beverages via fermentation using micro organisms. Training people to launch, manage and operate micro breweries. 7m
St-john Usher

MICRO CHIP DESIGN
How silicon chips in everyday electronic devices are designed to maximise performance whilst minimising energy use.  32m
Simon Hollis

MISCARRIAGES OF JUSTICE
Youth offending and family courts. 35m
Lynne Wrennall

MONKEY CONSERVATION
Creating a sustainable network for conservation of the critically endangered Brown-headed spider monkey in North West Ecuador. 25m
Mika Peck

MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS
Using compression techniques to removing unnecessary data from images, speech, audio and video making it easier to transmit. 14m
Jonathan Loo

MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS
Improving the efficiency with which multimedia content is transmitted over networks by analysing what people do and don't notice. 12m
George Ghinea

MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
Study of muscle, skeleton, ligament, bone and tendon. Processes that underlie growth and wasting of muscle throughout life. 23m
Michael Rennie

MUSIC MANAGEMENT
Exploring the world of professional music recording and live performance in both the commercial and subsidised sectors. 13m
David Patmore
N

NANOTECHNOLOGY
Nanotechnology and the structure, transport and electronic properties of carbon based nanomaterials. 20m
David Carey

NEMATODE WORMS
Studying common parasites which affect humans, animals and plants. What could happen if you don't wash your hands properly !  24m
Mark Viney

NETWORKING
Networks and their use in online games and security systems. 29m
Madjid Merabti

NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING
A popular approach to communication and personal development. 21m
Jane Mathison

NEW INTERFACES 
New interfaces to help us to better understand contemporary issues. 38m
Jim Ridgway

NURSING
Clinical practice, health & social care, nurse prescribing and  patient safety. 13m
Deborah Macartney

NUTRITION
Measuring and monitoring nutritional status in chronically ill people. 11m
Barbara Engel

NUTRITION
Effect of foods on diabetes, cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. 19m
Bruce Griffin

NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE
Selenium and human health. Selenium status and disease risk. Selenium functional foods. Nutrition and arthritis. 39m
Margaret Rayman
O

OCEANOGRAPHY
Seafloor mapping and acoustical oceanography using remote sensing in underwater environments. Habitat mapping. 35m
Philippe Blondel

OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Team development and evaluation. Information processing. 34m
Martin Coffey

OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Effects of stress, fatigue, caffeine, alcohol and drugs on health, safety and well being at work. Nutrition and behaviour. 12m
Andrew Smith

OPTICS & NANOPHYSICS
Using optics and nanophysics to develop new medical tools, new computer interfaces and other applications.  12m
David Carberry
P

PARTICLE COSMOLOGY
Using Particle Physics & Quantum Theory to study the early universe of 13 billion years ago and learn about the building blocks of nature. 42m
Ed Copeland

PARTICLE PHYSICS
Discovering the fundamental constituents of the universe and the forces that hold them together. Taking science to the public.  18m
Helen Heath

PATCHWORK TEXTS
A new approach to assignments which uses a series of short pieces (patches) integrated by a reflective commentary (stitching). 24m  
Peter Ovens

PFI IN HEALTHCARE
Public Finance Initiative and other trends in the funding and provision of healthcare. 65m
Mark Hellowell

PHILOSOPHY
Philosophy of psychology, philosophy of action & moral psychology. 33m
Constantine Sandis

PHYSICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
Using magnetic resonance to research new antibiotics and modify existing medicinal compounds to combat resistant infections. 13m 
Boyan Bonev  

PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Understanding how the chemical properties of materials are influenced by their physical states as gases, liquids or solids. 13m
Anthony Stace

PHYSICS OF MAGNETISM
Research aimed at producing a unified approach to characterisation of energy efficient soft magnetic materials. 15m
Stan Zurek

PHYSIOLOGY
The study of cells and tissues, how they function and interact with each other. The physiology of articular cartilage and osteoarthritis. 19m
Ali Mobasheri 

PLANT CELL CYCLE
Regulation of the plant cell cycle. Interdisciplinary research with mathematics and computing. DNA replication in plants. 24m
Dennis Francis

PRINTED ELECTRONICS
The challenges involved in printing electronic devices on paper using conventional printing presses to reduce costs and pollution. 17m   
Darren Southee

PROBABILITY
The mathematical study of chance phenomena and how this connects up with other areas of mathematics such as group theory and geometry. 15m   
Dave Applebaum

PRODUCT PLACEMENT
Product placement, branding,  consumer research, promotional ethics and regulation. 21m
Amy Rungpaka Tiwsakul

PSYCHIATRY
Child and adolescent psychiatry. Street children in India. Involving carers and patients in the future development of care services. 15m
Alka Ahuja

PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
Psychiatric genetics research involving schizophrenia and alzheimer’s disease and developmental dyslexia. 19m
Julie Williams

PSYCHOLOGY
The scientific study of why people do the things they do. Looking at the links between serial murder and emotional intelligence. 14m
Serena Simmons

PSYCHOLOGY
How people go from thinking about something to expressing it in grammatical sentences which can be understood by others. 10m
Matthew Watson

PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology, understanding the learning of languages and how the mind works. 38m
Rob Davies

PSYCHOTHERAPY & E-LEARNING
Using novel electronic techniques to teach psychotherapy to students in eight different countries at the same time. 22m
Chris Blackmore

PUBLIC HEALTH
Sport and exercise science. Behaviour and health. Child & maternal health. Disease prevention. Health promotion. 20m
Chris Riddoch

PUBLIC LAW
Developments in public law over recent decades. Changes brought about through parliamentary devolution. Legal career choices. 41m
David Lambert

PUBLIC SPEAKING
Getting your point across successfully in formal presentations to groups, conferences or social gatherings. Venture capital. 19m 
Paul Sykes

PUBLISHING
The future of books and magazines. The work of the Oxford Centre For Publishing Studies. 24m
Angus Philips
R

REAL ESTATE
Sustainable property development and the impacts of new technology. 17m
Tim Dixon

RECEPTION
The branch of arts and humanities that studies how texts, books, films and cultural productions are received by the reader or audience.  28m
Ika Willis

REHABILITATION
Andy Meaney and Helen Dawes talk about their work in clinical exercise and rehabilitation. 21m
CLEAR

RELIGION
Contemporary issues in education, religion and religious education. 75m
Eleanor Nesbitt

RETAILING & E-RETAILING
Consumer behaviour, marketing analysis and the management decision making required in modern retailing and online retailing. 32m
Charles Dennis

RURAL DEVELOPMENT
Informal discussion about micro finance and rural development in South India, Southern Africa and the Andes. 32m
James Copestake
S

SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY
Spacecraft engineering. Radiation environment & effects. Space weather. Atmospheric radiation. Planetary exploration. 23m
Craig Underwood

SECURITY IN NURSERIES
An expanding venture using new technology to keep children in day nurseries safe and improve communication with parents. 10m
George Bathurst

SET THEORY
A branch of mathematics that studies infinite collections, sequences and sets of numbers. Mathematics, logic and philosophy. 30m
Philip Welch

SIGNMAKING & GRAPHICS
Most businesses use signs but every sign is unique. Here we look at the diverse processes of sign making and graphic design. 15m
David Gregory

SKILLS & LIFELONG LEARNING
Working with employers to develop flexible and workplace learning programmes that can be readily transported into industry. 21m
Pauline Wonders

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
Helping students to develop their study, presentation, research, interpersonal, reference, group work and report writing skills. 17m
Kevin Gallagher

SOCIAL NETWORK ANALYSIS
Understanding how social relationships form, develop and change in the online world and in the real world. 26m
Christina Prell

SOCIAL SCIENCES
Research, teaching and tutoring in social science. American social and cultural history. Counterculture. Sociology of education. 32m
Richard Watermeyer

SOCIOLOGY
Social relationships, interactions and structures. Women's employment. Young adult lives. How different inequalities intersect.  28m
Harriet Bradley

SOCIOLOGY OF WORK

How work fits within the broader context of society, culture and economy. Organisational behaviour. Identity work. 24m  

Tony Watson   

SOCIOLOGY
Complexity science & social change.  41m
David Byrne

SOFT COASTLINES
Restoration and management of sand dunes and soft coastlines. 19m
Paul Rooney

SPORT SCIENCE
Sport & exercise science, psychology and performance. Momentum. 19m
A Redwood-Brown

STRUCTURE OF LIQUIDS
Examining how molecules orientate themselves in liquids. This area of work lies between the subjects of physics and chemistry.  17m
Paddy Royall

STUDENT LIFE
Gemma Leaming and Ashley Murray talk about student life at the University of Surrey. 14m
Students Union

STUDENT LIFE
The work of a student adviser for Law students. How student has changed in recent years. 34m
Katrina Dunbar

SUPPLY CHAINS
How retailers keep stocks of the products you want to buy whilst controlling costs and workflow. The bullwhip effect. Logistics. 18m
Steve Disney

SUPPLY CHAINS
New project to build collaborations of small and medium sized firms enabling them to compete for new business opportunities. 18m
VEN Group

SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
Sustainable architecture. Experimental dwelling systems. Urban design. Sustainable smart design and construction. 23m
Cristian Suau

SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS
Engineers and architects working together to design contemporary homes which maximise the use of renewable energy sources. 8m
Mark Gillott

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
Designing new products that reduce the impact on the environment and take account of wider social and economic implications. 10m
David Harrison
T

TEACHER TRAINING
How to evaluate the impact of postgraduate teacher training courses. 28m
Linet Arthur

THEOLOGY
The study of God's revelation and human responses. The New Testament as theological and historical document. 32m
Roland Deines

THERMO FLUIDS
The branch of mechanical engineering dealing with thermo dynamics and fluid mechanics. Engineering in developing countries.  20m
Hind Saidani Scott

TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH
Tuberculosis is responsible for 2 to 3 million deaths worldwide each year. Collaborative research programme to devise vaccines. 19m
Douglas Lowrie
V

VIROLOGY
Studying how viruses infect cells in order to design new drugs to block them causing infections. Developing new vaccines. 18m 
Jonathan Ball

VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
People recognize objects without difficulty but teaching a computer to recognize those same images is a much greater challenge. 10m
Jonathan Peirce
W

WINE GROWING
Studying the expansion and development of the wine growing industries of Northern Italy. 31m
Isabella Stefanutti

WOMEN IN ACADEMIA
Looking at the career paths of women researchers and academics. Understanding the challenges that they face. 14m
Dawn-Marie Walker