From the Frontline: An Interview with Dr. Jackie Grunsell

"Dr. Jackie Grunsell is a General Practitioner (GP) in the Huddersfield area. Dr. Grunsell is also the vice-chair of the local medical committee, which effectively serves as the Kirklees branch of the British Medical Association (BMA). Over the past decade, she has been involved in several campaigns to prevent cuts and privatisation in the National Health Service (NHS). I spoke to Dr. Grunsell last week about the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 outbreak and what it means for public health in Huddersfield and Kirklees."

How Town and players fans are bringing light to dark times

The video Huddersfield Town posted to Twitter is magical: player after player, from Fraizer Campbell to Jonathan Hogg to Lewis O'Brien to Jonas Lossl, putting in a surprise call to shocked and delighted children. Whether through gestures like this or through more tangible and substantial work going on through the Foundation, Town take their role as a community institution seriously, and never more so than during this coronavirus lockdown. That spirit also extends to supporter groups like the C

(Audio) Dr. Clarke vs. The Flying Saucers

"In episode 2 of the Talking History podcast, host Jim Chisem speaks to Dr. David Clarke, Principal Research Fellow of the Journalism Subject Group at Sheffield Hallam University, curator of The National Archives UFO Project, and author of the critically acclaimed ‘How UFOs Conquered the World’. The pair discuss the history of the UFO phenomenon, the National Archives’ UFO files, and folklore in technological societies."

(Video) Battle of Britain: MEPs on Brexit

"In late 2018, British Online Archives travelled to Strasbourg to interview four British and Irish MEPs about the past, present, and future of Britain’s relationship with Europe and the European Union. In Battle of Britain’, Nigel Farage (former UKIP leader), Richard Corbett (Labour), Martina Anderson (Sinn Féin), and Syed Kamal (Conservative) share their views on sovereignty, foreign policy, international trade, immigration, and the Northern Ireland peace process."
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