Poppy Jeffery is the Bournemouth Rock's online editor-in-chief.
The Bournemouth Rock presents The Other Guys film podcast, which is a weekly discussion show about recent developments and news in the world of cinema.
Alan Carr came to the small seaside town of Lyme Regis on 7th March with his Work In Progress tour. The channel 4 star played an intimate gig to an excited crowd, with the help of his support act Angela Barnes.
Russell Kane’s Smallness tour arrived at Bournemouth Pavilion with the comic’s trademark wave of frenetic energy, accompanied by a whole load of laughter.
Russell Kane’s Smallness is coming to Bournemouth for one night only.
This Thursday will see Winton Life centre being transformed into a free, art exhibition, Tell 5 which aims to spread the word about the ongoing conflict experienced in Palestine.
Chemical carcinogenesis indicates the induction or enhancement of the formation of new, abnormal growth tissue. It includes epithelial malignancies and mesenchymal malignant tumours. The cells usually replicate and invade surrounding tissues and spread to remote parts of the body. How is it determined which substances cause carcinogenic responses in humans? Observations in humans, which are supported…
We’ve all had the initial childhood phase of thinking there was a monster under the bed or in the “closet”, right? Is it scarier to see something physically or just know in your mind it’s there?
When flying, one of the first things we are always asked is to “put away all electronic devices” for safety reasons… but have we ever wondered why?
It’s not often you hear the words ‘murder’, ‘forensics’, ‘Rudolph’, and ‘fun’ used together, but this was a unique experience for three hundred students. ‘Twas the night before Christmas and poor Rudolph was dead. Was it a knife to the back? Or a blow to the head? Who committed this crime? Who should we fear?…
There is a reason behind why we remember song lyrics better than academic information, and what we have been told since elementary school is actually true