Do Paul Verhoeven’s shlocky sci-fi action romps like Robocop and Starship Troopers explore themes from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Plato’s Republic?
Greek myths are part of the fabric of our culture, but how well do you actually know them? We discuss where to begin in this episode.
Star Wars under Disney has gone through significant changes. Why was there so much angst over the final trilogy and what’s the fuss about The Mandalorian?
What defines Doctor Who? What has shaped its storytelling? And what has its legacy been upon genre narratives and television at large?
Literature lecturer Dr Colin Dray and classics lecturer Thomas Flynn discuss some lesser-known works by the father of modern fantasy, J.R.R. Tolkien.
Host Dr Colin Dray and co discuss their love for the trilogy and examine it in light of the burgeoning potential of science in the 1980s.
The four quirky anti-heroes who starred in one of the most defining television shows of the ’90s take centre stage in this episode of Campion Conversations.
Cardinal John Henry Newman was a prolific writer. In this episode of Campion Conversations, our lecturers discuss Newman, the Apologia and how to read it.
We looked at Jane Austen’s novels, now we discuss the various adaptations in this episode of podcast Campion Conversations.
Campion’s lecturers discuss St Augustine’s Confessions and the saint behind this famous autobiographical work in this episode of Campion Conversations.