emeritus professor, theatre, film and television
University of South Wales/Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Steve Blandford currently teaches on courses in design and acting at the Royal Welsh College. He holds visiting professorships at Cardiff Metropolitan University and the University of Winchester. He has published widely on British theatre, film and television. In 2012, he lead a team that produced a report for the BBC Trust entitled ‘Screening the Nation’ on the impact on Wales of the production of Doctor Who and related television drama in Cardiff. Steve is a published playwright and has directed for theatre. He was a founding trustee of National Theatre Wales and was on the board of Zoom, the International Festival of Young People’s Film. He is currently a trustee of Chapter Arts Centre and chairs their Artistic Programming and Learning Committee. Until 2013 he was the director of the Centre for the Study of Media and Culture in Small Nations and he remains on their steering group.
DEBATING MATTERS HISTORY
DEBATE: Green belt 2017
DEBATE: Art Censorship