Peter Hodges: Sound and Vision: Towards a Definition of the Dialogical Interactions between Image and Sound in Animated Films.
Nina Jones: Beyond the M25: BBC Television Drama in Wales and Scotland 2003-2013.
Chanan Hanspal: Frank Zappa and the Orchestra Question: Dissonant Clatter or Well-Crafted Design?
Sian Powell: Sylw’r cyfryngau o etholiadau yng Nghymru wedi datganoli: cymhariaeth o sylw’r cyfryngau yn ystod Etholiad Cyffredinol 2010 ac Etholiad Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru yn 2011 [Trans. Coverage of election in Wales post-devolution: a comparison of media coverage of the 2010 General Election and the National Assembly for Wales Election 2011]
Emily Underwood-Lee: The Body Exposed: strategies for confronting objectification in women’s autobiographical performance.
Rhiannon Williams: Y Capel Cymraeg: Cymdogaeth a Pherfformiad.
Gabriel Zepeda: Xenophilia in Mass Media: Unity in Diversity or Confusion in Uniformity?
David Barrett: The Performance of Shakespeare in Original Pronounication.
Bridget Keehan: The Function of Theatre in Prison.
Dongil Oh: Aesthetical Research into Diverse Modes of Storytelling in Animated Performance, with the Specific Reference of Reality and Illusion.
Michael Picardie: The Symbolic and the Semotic in Boesman and Lenn and Shades of Brown.
Peter Rawbone: Causality and Interaction in Computer Music Composition.
Brian Fagence: Scriptwriting and the Transformation of Realities: A critical discussion of story creation, transformation and transmedia storytelling in animation, comics and computer games.
David Langdon: How has the Gothic Genre Continued to Function within the Interactive Narrative?
Laura Newcombe: In What Way Has Subtitles Progressed to Reduce the Barriers in Communication for the Hearing Impaired through Mainstream Cinema and Television Programmes.
Ben Lamb: Spaces of Television: Production, Site and Style.
Will Ashton: How Can Interactive Music Contribute to a More Immersive and Engaging Experience in Real-tIme Strategy Video Games?
Louise Atkins: Occupational Health for Musicains.
Carl Boland: Developing a Sonic Arts Approach to Sound Design Practice in Film and Animation.
Rob Campbell: To What Extent, And With What Consequences, Did Northcliffe’s Guest Editorship of Pulitzer’s New York World On January 31 1900 Represent a Division in the Monolith of Anglo-American Journalism Along a ‘Tabloid Fault Line’?
Steve Johnson: Community Radio in Wales: How to Achieve Longevity?
Jonathan Goode: An Investigation of Contemporary Church Music Practices and the Relevance of Vocational Music Education in Colleges of Further and Higher Education.
Madelon Hoedt: Acting Out: The Enjoyment of Performances Horror.
Geraint D’Arcy: Towards an Aesthetics of Theatre Technology
Kingsley Edafienene: Media Exposure, Policy Agenda-Setting and Risk Communication In Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case Study of Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region
Glyn Fry: Marketing, the Literary and the Logos of Cool. (Joint PhD with English Department)
Maureen James: Investigating the Tales of the Lincolnshire Cars
Liz Jones: More than 'Pictures of People Talking’?: Adaption of Theatre Plays to Film.
Emma Leslie: The Branding of the Consumer Relationship: How the Online Brand Community is Animated by its Fans.
Benny (Kok Wai) Lim: Postmodern Theatre in the Singapore Cintext.
Katalin Nagy: Promoting Hungarian Culture and Constructing Cultural Identity
Laura Newcombe: I’m Not Deaf, I’m Just Ignoring You: Exploring Forms of Subtitling Technologies from the Perspective of a Young Cinema Audience.
Adam Perkins: The Possibilities and Effectiveness of Spin and Propaganda in Sport