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Explore the history of punk and the role played by youth subcultures in contemporary history, while making your own punk fanzine.
3 hrs per week
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Examine one of the UK’s most storied institutions, and how 130 years of social, cultural and military change have shaped it.
4 hrs per week
Explore the role that the Royal Air Force played in the Cold War through the collections of the RAF Museums at Hendon and Cosford.
5 hrs per week
Delve deeper into Irish language and culture. You’ll explore past and future tenses - plus new subjects, like food and drink.
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Learn about the rich culture found in the Irish language while developing your spoken, reading, listening and writing skills.
Find out how propaganda is used to instil political ideologies and its impact on our daily lives, with this free online course.
Film takes a starring role in this course exploring the emergence of a new medium that was set to capture the world's imagination
Exploring Britain’s Industrial Heritage
Learn about the seventeenth-century Scientific Revolution and its role in shaping the modern Western world.
Discover the main methods used to account for war deaths, how they've been used and practice using them yourself.
Discover just some of the ways that heroism and the First World War is portrayed through art and film.
2 hrs per week
Explore fascinating Scottish history by learning about the Highland clans and how clanship has changed across hundreds of years.
Discover how cities develop their own unique cultures and explore key concepts related to cultural heritage.
Deepen your understanding of Irish culture and language, exploring new conversational subjects such as the family and pastimes.
Explore theories about migration in greater depth and learn how migration is a constant phenomenon throughout human history.
Explore the experiences of workers in the coal mining industry from the 1840s to the 1920s and learn about its impact on Britain.