Did Britons see Royal Family differently after Diana's death? - Reading in the news Fri 1 Sep
Release Date 01 September 2017
Here is today's round-up of media coverage featuring the University of Reading.
Climate change and extreme weather: The role climate change has played in Hurricane Harvey and the monsoons in South Asia, and how it will affect future weather events, continues to be explored in articles worldwide. Professor Richard Allan (Meteorology) is quoted in the Pakistan Observer and Prothom Alo. He also spoke to Austrian radio station Österreichischer Rundfunk on this subject.
Princess Diana death: Professor Kate Williams spoke to CNN about how the response of the Royal Family to the death of Princess Diana changed how Britons saw them. This interview is also referred to by the Newser website.
- Lovin Manchester reports the research by the University of Reading (Food and Nutritional Sciences) suggesting drinking prosecco is good for our cardiovascular health. Read our news story