Mirren Gidda interviews Nigel Farage on EU withdrawal, immigration, same-sex marriage, tax and Ukip’s rhetoric.
Shortened version of the interview with Farage
Full length version of the interview with Farage
Interviewing Nigel Farage, leader of the UK Independence party, was never going to be easy. For the man who is more showman than senator, interviews frequently turn into performances, rather than reasoned debate. As Farage commented, after making his point with an account of a young girl denied a job because she didn’t speak Polish, “you can prove what you like with facts …
Outgoing Provost and Chair of NHS England Malcolm Grant grants Pi TV an exclusive interview, covering topics such as UCLU, Gower Place Practice and his favourite student productions.
Presenter: Hayley Cameron
Filmers: Mikko Makela, Malcolm Ong and Giulia Simone
Runners: Nadira Amrani and Lora Botev
Editors: Luke Blackett, Hayley Cameron and Malcolm Ong
Pi TV investigates the impact of the cost of living and student debt on UCL students around campus.
Presented by: Richa Sandill
Produced and Filmed by: Tom Ovens
Edited by: Waithera Junghae
Pi TV takes a closer look at recent fundraising activities on campus. We visited the recent Oxfam bakesale, RAG eating competition, RAG wheelchair basketball tournament and Unicef cake sale, photo exhibition and film screening, to talk to volunteers and find out about their events. For more information and to get involved click on any of the links above.
Production: Anton Novoselov
Presenting: Waithera Junghae
Interviews: Waithera Junghae & Oli Smith
Filming: Anton Novoselov & Mikko Makela
Editing: Mikko Makela
With student apathy towards UCLU politics a constant problem, Pi TV takes a trip around campus to find out what the student body makes of the upcoming Spring elections. We find out if you know that they’re coming up and more importantly, will you be voting?
Presenters and producers: Eleanor Fryer and Tom Ovens
Editor: Waithera Junghae
Filming: Cecilia Pytel and Mikko Makela
Last Wednesday, 25 January, David Cameronannounced that if the Conservatives win the next election, they will hold an ‘in-out’ referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union (EU) before the end of 2017. The choice will be either to stay in the EU, pending a full treaty renegotiation, or to pull out. Whether a supporter of the EU, a Eurosceptic or completely disinterested in the whole situation, as University College London students we could all be affected by this decision.
As Malcolm Grant pointed out in his Provost’s newsletter, Britain is …
Pi TV gives you a retrospective look at the Gaza referendum. With the
motion eventually passed, just what was the level of student interest
Producer and Presenter: Waithera Junghae
Camera: Mikko Makela (camera)
Editor: Danny Liu
Pi TV headed to the ULU protest against tuition fees, part of the NUS demo, on 21st November 2012 and gives you an inside look on the events of the day.
Filming: Oliver Smith
Presenter, producer and voiceovers: Waithera Junghae
Producer and voiceovers: Nadira Amrani
Editing and producing: Mikko Makela