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In celebration of our graduation ceremonies, the University of Liverpool produced a film with some of its honorary graduates to explore their memories of university life and the value of higher education.
The film features broadcaster, author, and parliamentarian, Lord Melvyn Bragg; the former head of MI5, Dame Stella Rimmington; politician, Baroness Shirley Williams; geneticist and nobel prize winner, Sir Paul Nurse; politician and businessman, Lord Michael Heseltine; and Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre, Jude Kelly.
Watch the film, Self Portraits, here:
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