The British Library Sound Archive, one of the worlds largest sound archives, offers a ground-breaking online digital resource of sound recordings reflecting the broad spectrum of its holdings. Access available via UWL network logon details. Worldwide access available.
BFI InView is an online resource which offers a unique window on Britain’s changing political, economic and social landscape in the age of film and television, containing some one thousand hours of non-fiction moving image titles to view or download, alongside eight thousand pages of related documents. Access available via UWL logon details. Click on the Log in now button to access.
Free podcasts on medical subjects from the publishers of the British Medical Journal Worldwide access available.
Box of Broadcasts (BoB) is an off-air recording and media archive service. This scheduling service allows University staff and students to record films and programmes which will be broadcast on TV or radio over the next seven days, as well as retrieving programmes from the last seven days of recorded channels.
These podcasts are drawn from reviews in the Emerald Management Reviews database, which is updated monthly with independent reviews of every article in the world's top management publications. Worldwide access available.
A podcast series bringing you the latest trends and insight on industries, countries and consumers worldwide. Worldwide access available.
An online collection of recorded music in streaming audio, primarily classical music, plus smaller collections of world music and jazz. It contains 85,000 tracks from over 5,500 CDs from the Naxos Music and Marco Polo catalogues. Login using your network logon details. This is listed in A-Z databases.
UK television and radio programmes including terrestrial, cable, and satellite television, and all national and many local radio stations. The system also enables users to set up email alerts ahead of transmission. Access available via UWL network logon details. Worldwide access available.
The John Johnson collection is widely recognised as one of the most important collections of printed ephemera in the world. Containing 1.5 million items ranging in date from 1508 to 1939, it spans the entire range of printing and social history. Via the ProQuest platform. Off-site access available via UWL network logon details - click on Remote users: login via your home organisation.
Digital resources for research, learning and teaching. Includes a searchable image database. Worldwide access available.