Journalism work examples

See examples of BA Journalism students' work from final projects to podcasts, there is so much to inspire you.

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Long-form investigative articles

These long-form articles have been written by third-year BA Journalism students:


Have a listen to some podcasts created by third-year BA Journalism students:

Oops, I'm a Meme

This podcast was created by Maddie Drury, Lucie Middleton and Ana Kozlova (2018-2021). In 'Oops, I'm a Meme' guests are interviewed about their accidental fame, and discuss how becoming a meme has impacted their life.

Listen to 'Oops, I'm a Meme' on Anchor FM.


This podcast was worked on by Josh Lamb and Ethan Lucey (2018-2021). In 'Hauntcast' the hosts explore the paranormal world by interviewing experts from the field.

Listen to 'Hauntcast' on Anchor FM.


EastLondonLines is an independent news website run by the School of Journalism in the Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies. The site runs throughout the year and students on all journalism programmes spend time working on the site, gaining valuable experience and building up their CVs. You work under the supervision of academic and technical staff.

It began in November 2009 as a means of giving students an opportunity to work as professional journalists in a real-life environment. The area covered by the site is a large, diverse, multi-cultural and vibrant part of London, ranging from inner-city Hackney in the North to Croydon on the southern borders of London and provides exciting and varied journalistic challenges.

Take a look at some of the articles by our second and third-year students:

Visit the EastLondonLines website to see more of our students' work.