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University of Manchester’s Afghan Society Talk About the Plight of Hazara People

Fuse News talk to people from Afghan Society after they hold a talk on the plight of Hazara people in Afghanistan. Producer: Ioan Saul Camera/Editor: Shikhar Talwar

Reclaim the Night: Intersectional Feminism Roundtable

Trigger warning: Themes of violence and sexual assault. We caught up with the intersectional student focus group who have been advising the University of Manchester Students’ Union as part of the Reclaim the Night Campaign. If you have been affected by any of the issues discussed in this video, you can get support here:… […]


A short documentary about a fifth-generation, 100 year old Greek family-owned bakery in midtown New York where they face the question, of how they will carry on their business legacy if none of their children wish to continue it. A film by Saskia Yland, Fuse TV’s Co-Head of Factual

Independent Venue Week | Fuse FM/TV Coverage

Fuse covers Independent Venue Week, which highlights the importance of grassroot venues in the music industry. For more info: Presenter/ Producer: Serena Jemmett Editor: Shikhar Talwar

LeadMCR | Humanities Candidate Question Time 2023

Meet your candidates for the role of Humanities Officer in the 2023 Manchester Students’ Union Exec Elections as they answer questions submitted by UoM students! #LeadMCR


A Yorkshire war veteran battling with substance abuse and unemployment works tirelessly for a chance to get a certificate in drywalling and find himself a stable job in the Peak District.

Union Hair

Union Hair is the University of Manchester Students’ Union’s in-house hairdressers, and Julie Kryworuk has been at its helm for the past 36 years. Julie opens up about her time in the role, the changes she has seen over the years, and the struggles over COVID when nobody was on campus.

How Al Zain Makes Manchester’s Finest Shawarma | FuseTV x The Mancunion

In this long awaited video we showcase the love, care and attention that the staff at Al-Zain (Curry Mile, Manchester) put into making their food. All the ingredients are fresh and imported into the UK to make their Shawarma taste the best in Manchester. Credits: