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SimCast

Tony Jermy & Lawrence Hill

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Welcome to SimCast. The higher education simulation podcast. Hosted by Tony Jermy and Lawrence Hill Also available as a video podcast on YouTube
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Homilies preached by Fr Luke Goymour at St Mark's Catholic Church, Holy Family Catholic Church and St Mary Magdalen's Catholic Church, Ipswich Suffolk, UK. Fr Luke is a parish priest and chaplain to the Diocesan Youth Service of East Anglia.
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Welcome to the Ready to Grow podcast, THE podcast for business owners in East Anglia. Each week we explore practical topics that will help you grow your business and set it up for success. Season 1 has wrapped and contains 10 amazing episodes with a fellow regional business owner for general tips to help you grow your business. ​ Season 2 is coming in January 2024 and will focus on the visitor economy. If you run a business in the hotel, catering or leisure industry, tune in for some MUST-HE ...
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A podcast dedicated to Nursing and Higher Education. Our episodes cover a range of areas focusing on topics that may be useful to student nurses and prospective students. We chat with current and previous students to find out about their experiences of studying nursing at UEA. We also have Meet the Lecturer episodes which give a chance find out more about the lecturing team here at the University of East Anglia.
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The Evolve Workplace Wellbeing Podcast

Evolve Workplace Wellbeing Team

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This podcast is part of a toolkit of free, evidence-informed workplace wellbeing resources provided by the Workplace Wellbeing Research Team based at the University of East Anglia, UK. You can find the resources on www.evolveworkplacewellbeing.org The contents of the toolkit draw upon cutting edge multi-disciplinary research on workplace wellbeing, including insider insights and case studies. We want to give you the insight you need to take evidence-informed action, helping your business evo ...
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Coffee & Geography

Kit Rackley (Geogramblings)

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== About the 'Coffee & Geography' podcast == The aim of ‘Coffee & Geography’ is to get to know, explore and celebrate the diverse & intersectional range of people and their love for the world. We’ll have fun exploring all the myriad of ways that connects your life to geography. Wait – you don’t think you’re a ‘geographer’? Well, that’s ok! If you have a love and passion for the world then you probably are more than you know. If you're interested in being a guest or want to find out more, the ...
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The Friendship Story @UEA

University of East Anglia

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A university is far more than its buildings; it's a place where lifelong friendships are made. Each episode tells the story of a friendship formed at the University of East Anglia (UEA), from the uplifting to the unexpected, in their own words. These stories of staff and students create intimate portraits of our UEA family and the joy we give to each other. Music: Robert Schumann - Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15 - I. Of Foreign Lands And Peoples (performed by Donald Betts)
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How to improve elections

Electoral Integrity Project

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This podcast series from the Electoral Integrity Project (EIP) asks academics around the world to make the case for improving elections, using cutting edge research. Each episode will feature a new idea! The show is hosted by EIP co-Director Professor Toby James (University of East Anglia, UK). See: https://www.electoralintegrityproject.com/ for more.
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THINK AORTA

Simon Rose, School of Health Sciences, UEA

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Welcome to the THINK AORTA podcast! Created in collaboration, the University of East Anglia and Aortic Dissection Awareness brings you this unique podcast designed to be an educational resource, informative in nature but driven by powerful and emotive patient stories.
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A regular podcast covering different aspects of English folklore, starting in East Anglia. Broadcast from the media suite at UEA, we include monthly podcasts covering a different myths, interspersed with interviews, specials and readings from local authors.
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A podcast for the Nordic Walking Community, both current members; those considering taking up this wonderful exercise; and people who want to learn more. Each week, I interview an expert in Nordic Walking and discuss the benefits of Nordic Walking on both physical and mental health. I am Mary Fulton, a British Nordic Walking instructor with Nordic Walking East Anglia.
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Tales from the Pigshed

Shey Hargreaves and Timothy Lawrence

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Welcome to the Pigshed, our cosy little hovel far out in the flatlands of East Anglia. Come in and share some tales rooted in the history and myth of this distinctive corner of the British Isles. Mind the pigs. Our stories are inspired by the hidden history of Norwich.
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Beyond Japan with Oliver Moxham

Centre for Japanese Studies at UEA

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Beyond Japan is an interdisciplinary podcast which invites you to take a look at the broad reach of Japanese Studies, both within and beyond Japan. The series is hosted and produced by Oliver Moxham (@OllieMox on Twitter), researcher of language and Japanese war heritage, and brought to you by the Centre for Japanese Studies at the University of East Anglia in collaboration with the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures. Visit https://JapanInNorwich.org/Beyond-Japan ...
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All of us have our own favorite parts of a book which we love to read and re-read. The nicest part of this is that each time you read, you find something new to savor and remember. For those of us who haven't read some of the classics, a teaser in the form of a single chapter would probably be intriguing enough to want us to take up the book and start reading. Favorite Chapters Collection 001 is one such delicious tasting table! Ten chapters from some of the best known classics in English ar ...
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The Christian Saints Podcast is a joint production of Paradosis Pavilion & Generative Sounds which explores the calendar of The Church Episodes are hosted by James John Marks of Chicago, with oversight by Fr Symeon Kees, a priest of the Antiochian Archdiocese of North America, through which he is currently serving St Raphael Orthodox Church in Iowa City. If this podcast is edifying for you, please consider the entire Paradosis Pavilion catalog as well as the music of Generative Sounds https: ...
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Work isn't working anymore. The dissatisfaction people felt with the modern workplace was exacerbated by the pandemic, and nobody wants to be worse off after enjoying new freedoms and flexibilities. But bosses want people back in the office. Workers are striking for fairer conditions. Trust in staff is at an all time low. Economic pressures are in danger of pushing diversity, equity, and inclusion down the employment agenda. Bullying and stress are rife. We can't carry on like this. We need ...
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the Northwest hub is Cormac Lawler. They sip a Yorkshire Tea and chat about how Irish life changed during the ‘Celtic Tiger’, staring into ponds, amongst other things!Cormac is the Climate Ambassadors Northw…
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Special #ClimateAmbassdors mini-series! Learn more about the scheme and get to know each of the England regional teams. Joining Kit Marie from the Southeast hub is Gemma Bailey. Sticking with juice, they and chat about the influence of local authorities, reintroducing bison to Kent, baking, amongst other things!Gemma is based in Kent, but works at …
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In this episode, Tony and Lawrence are joined by Dan Blood a senior simulation technican at the university of Surrey. The trio discuss a typical day in the life of a sim tech, relationships with other faculty and creative solutions to simulation problems. #simcast #simulation #podcastBy Tony Jermy & Lawrence Hill
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Kit Marie and Will Duffy sit down and discuss science & religion, free-diving, snorkeling, veggie-free diets, amongst other things!Will is a pastor in a small town in Colorado* and the creator of 'The Final Experiment', a venture to bring together prominent #FlatEarth touters and their detractors to #Antarctica. You can find out more by visiting ht…
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Kit Marie and Aidah Nakku enjoy a hot chocolate, and chat about climate justice for women and girls in the Global South, logistical language barriers, dancing ears and more!Aidah Nakku is a climate and gender Justice activist from Kampala Uganda. She is the founder of Hold Her Hand Initiative, an Initiative that focuses on empowering women and girl…
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Kit Marie and Dr Adam Brett with some Yorkshire Tea chat about hetero- and cis-normativity in education spaces, spatial representation, cat puns, and more!Adam is a former secondary school teacher and leader, and now researcher and lecturer at the University of Derby. He is the co-founder of Pride & Progress which works to support schools to be LGB…
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A quick note from one of our hosts to let you know about the reboot of the program which will begin publishing in about a month. The Christian Saints Podcast is a joint production of Generative sounds & Paradosis Pavilion with oversight from Fr Symeon Kees Paradosis Pavilion - https://youtube.com/@paradosispavilion9555 https://www.instagram.com/chr…
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In this episode, Lawrence and Tony are Joined by Christine Vogel the lead nurse educator for UbiSim: a company specialising in Virtual Reality (VR) for healthcare education. They discuss what good VR looks like, where VR sits in the different modalities of simulation education and peek into the future of what VR holds for healthcare simulation. #si…
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This is a really interesting episode where Annie and Alana tell us about their experience on their first ever nursing placement. Annie was on a community placement on the Healthy Child Programme and Alana was on a busy Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Have a listen to find out what they got up to...By Joe Ellis-Gage
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Kit Marie and Andy Funnell sip some fresh orange dilutin’ juice, and chat about learning from who you meet to cover blind spots, working in partnership with young people, Bluey and more!Andy is a Geography Teacher and head of department in Northern Island. A ‘GIS convert’ and an unexpected blend of Cheshire, Yorkshire, Nottingham, Qatar, Slovakia a…
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In this episode Lawrence and Tony are joined by Juliet Harrison an associate professor in paramedic science from the University of East Anglia. This week's topic revolves around some of the challenges faced promoting diversity in simulation. The trio discuss both obvious issues such as skin tone in patient simulators as well as some more subtle nua…
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Kit Marie and Katie Hall enjoy some Yorkshire Tea and chat about accents, using GIS to enhance access to nature, archaeology, table-top role play games, and more!Katie rambled their way into a career with GIS via archaeology and geography teaching! Katie stills look at their feet when they are out field walking as grubbing in the dirt turns out to …
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What's in store at the Royal Norfolk Show this year? Listen to find out. Head over to the foodhall this year and try the Royal Norfolk Shows exclusive cocktail for this year only, made in conjunction with Niche Cocktails and Bullards Gin. Have you booked your tickets for the Royal Norfolk Show yet? Book your place below https://www.royalnorfolkshow…
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An interview with Andrea Wilson, Emmie Wright, and Briony Thompson, ahead of CSODS production of 9to5 opening at the Cromer Pavilion Theatre. Also features the usual shout-outs for upcoming shows across East Anglia, and a quick glance at Ray's dull existence. Support the Show.By Ray Tempesta / Andrea Wilson / Emmie Wright / Briony Thompson
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Kit Marie is joined by previous guest Hermione Miao, for a special mash-up between the 'Coffee & Geography' and 'Mapping Inspirational Women' podcasts!You can *watch* this discussion between Hermione and Kit Marie over on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xm9xVNjsHd4'Mapping Inspirational Women' is a project to discover inspirational women a…
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In this episode, Lawrence and Tony are Joined by Irfan and Hannah, two paramedic students who have just undertaken a peer-led Adult Life Support (ALS) simulation session. They discuss their experiences of learning and simulation at UEA, how working with different year groups provides both benefits and challenges and what they have learned from thei…
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Kit Marie and Miriam Lancewood grab some thyme to brew from outside and chat about being ‘place-centred’ rather than ‘time-centred’, travelling and living in the wild with husband Peter, busking, and more!Miriam Lancewood lived for 7 years with her husband Peter in the wilderness of New Zealand. They roamed around like nomads, cooked on a fire, sle…
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In this edition we meet two gold medal-winning Iberian quartets; Metropolitan Union of Barcelona and 351 from Lisbon.We look ahead to this year's convention in Sheffield of Sweet Adelines Region 31, and we hear the story of the legendary Schmitt Brothers, four celebrated singers whom some believe set the template for what it means to be an internat…
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Have you been to ROARR!? Join us as we walk around the 85 acre park with Adam Goymour, Park Director at ROARR! and discover more about the Goymour Group, which was founded in 1929. Did you know the Goymour Group launched Banham Zoo and Africa Alive as well? How has modern technology improved customer experience and the attractions at ROARR!? Listen…
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Kit Marie and Regan Mudhar chat about the power of music to evoke emotion, diversity and inclusion initiatives at the Royal Meteorological Society, PhD research into how Arctic warming is changing weather patterns and more!After doing an MSci in physics with astrophysics in Bristol, Regan worked in finance for a couple of years. But they returned t…
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In this episode Lawrence and Tony are joined by David Aziz, director of placements for the Norwich Medical School. The three discuss what simulation means in the context of practice-based learning, whether simulation should replace clinical placements and how learning differs between experiences in simulation and those in clinical practice. Discuss…
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It's the 100th episode (well, technically, the 100th upload!) of the Coffee & Geography podcast! We've been on an incredible journey, with Kit Marie speaking to over 100 people from over 22 countries. The weekend of the 100th release coincided with the weekend after the Geographical Association Annual Conference 2024, so Kit Marie took the opportun…
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Kit Marie and Ayesha Tandon brew up a hot drink and chat about the social factors that impact migration, culture and identity through food, early careers and diverse voices in science, climate journalism, being sporty in a sporty family, and more!Science journalist at Carbon Brief. Ayesha is the 3rd generation of woman to study physics in her famil…
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Welcome to the premiere episode of the Think Aorta podcast! In this episode, we sit down with Tony and his wife Julia to delve into Tony's harrowing experience with aortic dissection. Tony candidly shares his journey, from the initial symptoms to the lifesaving treatment and his aftercare experience. Join us as Tony sheds light on the often misunde…
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This week we were joined by Georgina Postlethwaite, Marketing Manager at the Maids Head Hotel. Come along with us as we tour the Maids Head Hotel and discuss their local suppliers and the history of the venue. Did you know all guests at the Maids Head Hotel receive a complimentary trip around the City in a Bentley?…
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In this special episode Lawrence and Tony meet Floris Opal the lead patient simulator at the University of East Anglia. They discuss what simulation manikins get up to after hours, how different professions interact with the manikins and Floris' lofty ambitions moving forwards. #simcast #simulation #podcast…
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Kit Marie and Dave Wynn have a late night brew and chat about climate advocacy, admiration for 2000AD comics, learning the harp, stereophotography, and more! Stay tuned to the end of the episode for a special musical treat.A/S/L Dave? Old, neutered, lost. An old joke, but getting more accurate by the year. Otherwise, climate advocate, stereo-photog…
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