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Solent TV celebrated Vaisakhi with the Southampton Sikh community. It was a vibrant, colourful celebration throughout the streets of Southampton. This is the 27th parade. Check it out!
Southampton Solent University - Official students Jamie Banbury, George Linzey, Ryan Alicoon and Jack Carrington set out to see all of the Premier League football stadiums in space of a day. Can they do it? Watch 20 clubs in 24 hours and find out. SHOW MORE
Solent TV sent a team of four students to Calais to meet the people who live and work in the jungle. Please Share and Comment! Twitter: @solenttv Facebook: www.facebook.com/solent.tv Join the discussion by using the #refugees If you would like to volunteer in Calais to help support the migrants. Contact Care4Calais via: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/care4calais Twitter: @Care4Calais Created by: Charlie Delahunt, Philip Bowne and Bruce Gray Additional Material from: Sarah Morgan and Stephanie Ospina
Solent TV is Southampton's award winning entertainment and documentary web channel, featuring content of all types made by Solent University students.
Domestic violence affects 1 in 4 women in the UK. Women's Aid Southampton have been supporting women for over 40 years, but unfortunately all of their budget has been cut by the local government. Last year Southampton Women's Aid helped 269 women who experienced domestic violence. 388 people accessed the helpline. 52 Women directly benefited from the Pattern Changing groups. Without Women's Aid hundreds of women in Southampton will be at risk.
This trailer for our new web-series Clickbait will make you rethink your whole existence, cry a bucket of tears and laugh like you've never laughed before. It will blow your mind. Clickbait is Solent TV's brand four- part web series. Watch the full series in the drama segment of the website.
Solent TV followed Stephanie Pitter on her mission to bring black history into the classroom.
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