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In the media: September 2013

SepSeptemebr  A selection of Royal Holloway highlights in the print and broadcast media.





Dr Nigel Raine is interviewed by the Today programme, Radio 4, about his research into the effect of stress on bee colonies.

Read Royal Holloway's news story here




Dr Hanna Zagefka and her research into why people are more likely to donate to natural disasters then war, is featured. 




Professor Katie Normington and Dr Jon Hughes write about the importance of studying modern languages in their cultural, social or business contexts.




Royal Holloway's rise in the world rankings is mentioned.


Read Royal Holloway's news story here.





Professor Jonathan Powell is interviewed about Angus Wilson's 1961 novel 'The Old Men At The Zoo' and how he dramatised it when he worked in television. 





Professor Jacky Bratton is interviewed about the history of the National Theatre as it approaches its 50th anniversary.


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