Alex Lewczuk is a Senior Lecturer in Faculty of Media Humanities and Performance
`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 ( www.sirenonline.co.uk )
Programme Controller/Director for Southside BroadcastingLtd ( www.southsidebroadcasting.com ).
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( www.murderinmind.co.uk ) 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 www.hafairs.com- complementary health fairs held at Western Europe`s largest health centre – the James Cook University Hospital
Consultant for Palace FM Community radio service –Redcar.
Professional duties include 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.Programme leader for the MA in Community Radio.
MA in Film and television Studies for Education