With Britons about to vote in a snap election, Dr Sarah Richardson Associate Professor of British History, reveals eight other years when the government sprang a surprise poll on the public in the June edition of BBC History Magazine.
Dr James Hodkinson, Associate Professor in German and Silke Horstkotte, Marie Skłodowska-Curie Research Fellow in German Studies from the School of Modern Languages and Cultures discuss the place of religion in modern Germany on the Beyond Belief programme on BBC Radio 4.
Could we use maths to talk to aliens? Professor Ian Stewart from the Department of Mathematics discusses the possibilities with Tom Crawford on The Naked Scientists podcast.
US Politics experts in Warwick's Politics and International Studies (PAIS) department and seasoned media spokespeople Dr Ben Margulies and Dr Georg Lofflmann provide expert comment on the New York Times claims that President Trump asked FBI Director James Comey to drop the probe into his National Security Advisor, Michael Flynn’s Russian links amidst America's 'consitutional crisis'.
Writing for BBC History magazine, Professor Marshall of Warwick's History department explains how Henry VIII's break with Rome led to a century of savagery.