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University of Lincoln
Brayford Pool
United Kingdom

About Alex Anthony-Lewczuk

Alex Lewczuk is a Senior Lecturer in the School of English and Journalism Publications `The Mammalian Kidney`-a video guide,University of London 1984 `Analysis of Audience Appreciation`,University of London 1986 `Star Trek The Undiscovered Country`,Film Education manual,1991 `Jurassic Park`,Film Education manual,1991 `Making a radio programme`,Media File,1993 `Dune-Ecological narrative or theological dystopia`,University of Luton 1995 `Contemporary issues in textual communication`study manual written for modular use, University of Lincolnshire & Humberside 1995. `Communications Practice for second year undergraduates`- Modular Handbook,ULH 1996 `Communications in the Victorian prison` paper and articles for National Museums Week, Arts Council 1997 `The Science of Science Fiction`.paper delivered at Liverpool John Moores University,1998. `Re-Evaluating the Green Death`- Delivered at The University of Lincoln Ecocriticism conference ,2006 `The Indiana Jones paradigm`- Delivered at the Spielberg at sixty, conference, University of Lincoln 2007 `From Thunderbirds to pterodactyls- UK SF` Delivered as keynote session at the 2010 Teesside University Literary Festival `The Nemesis Syndrome` - Delivered at the University of Northumbria Conference of British Telefantasy 2011 `In Brightest Day``- Delivered at the University of Lincoln Interrogating trauma Conference 2012 Founder member/patron SIRENFM ( ) Programme Controller/Director for Southside BroadcastingLtd ( ). Consultant/co-ordinator for University of Teesside Media Technology radio training module. Presenter/producer for 107.2Express fm in Newcastle BBC Radio Humberside media correspondent Radio Producer for Stockton InternationalRiverside Festival 2001 TCS Graduate training scheme staff contact Producer/performer with Top Drawer( ) production(murder/mystery plays/corporate packages) Broadcast event manager for a series of healthy lifestyle audio programmes covering projects from the injured jockey fund to the galapagos island Conservation trust Consultant for radio Hartlepool Access Radio bid- licence awarded Oct 07 Event manager for complementary health fairs held at Western Europe`s largest health centre – the James Cook University Hospital Consultant for Palace FM Community radio service –Redcar.

Department Responsibilities

Professional duties include and have included course programme leadership and unit coordinatorships for Practical projects2, radio & television, popular fiction across media, independent study, writing progress narrative technology and culture, reporting continuity and change, origins of modern Britain, Science Fiction in Film & television, communications in society, communications in the public sphere .Programme leader for the MA in Community Radio. Programme Leader for BA Public Relations

Subject Specialism



  • MA in Film and television Studies for Education — 1986
  • B.Ed Hons 2.1 Biology/Chemistry/Education — 1984


Producer of the Inspired on Air Radio series- for the Lincoln Inspired arts festival Producer of `The Stone Tapes`- monthly Science Fiction podcast Founder of the `Telefantasy and Society` conference series External Examiner for the University of South Wales PhD programme 2016

Research Interests

  • Community Radio

  • Rural events

  • Science Fiction

  • Science in society

Professional Affiliations

  • HEA — Fellow