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The Times bring you a 6 part series of insightful interviews with sports biggest stars, getting them to open up about the highs, lows and the journey to make it to the top. Join our hosts Matthew Syed and Matt Dickinson as they uncover the true individuals behind the sporting stars we love. Ever wondered about Chris Froome's obsession with snakes, how Fran Kirby fought with real strength to be at the top of her game after the loss of her mother, or why Eddie Jones arranges meetings he has no ...
 
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[Transcription]:I’m Sue and I’m part of the University of Salford.We know society doesn’t benefit everyone the same and often this is what divides us. Education has such a key role. A space to increase understanding of the mixed experience of others. I passionately believe that by respecting our differences we have a chance to create a fairer socie…
 
[Transcription]:Hi, I'm Phil, part of the University of Salford. It’s hard to visualise what health and wellbeing will be like in the future.We’ve seen big changes in the last 100 years but none more so than in the last couple of years with the advent of the pandemic, where we have had to better understand and check in with our emotions and our fee…
 
[Transcription of audio]: Hello. I’m Linda and I am part of the University of Salford. This park was one of the first public parks to be opened in the UK in 1851.The park is very much a part of the local community and is used by students, staff and residents. The University takes great pride in the green spaces in and around our campus.It is import…
 
[Transcription of audio]:Hey there, I'm Kate and I'm part of the University of Salford community and would like to tell you about why I support a future of flexible working.The pandemic has illustrated that the traditional one-size-fits-all approach doesn't work and folks should be given the agency to work in a way that suits them. Remote working i…
 
[Transcription]:My name is Emma, and I am part of the University of Salford.For me, a vital area for society to focus on is inclusivity. I believe people excel when they feel comfortable, when they feel supported and when they feel a part of something that’s bigger than themselves. We can learn such a lot from looking at the world from other people…
 
[Transcription]:Hello. My name is Arijit and I’m part of the University of Salford. In my view, the most important future development is in the area of mental health and kindness. And, by that I not only mean kindness to other humans, but also to all species sharing this planet. We’re to focus on the fact that we all live in a healthier planet if w…
 
[Transcription]:Hello, my name is Stephen Ling and I work at the University of Salford. I love Peel Park, it’s a green space in the centre of urban sprawl. I love to take my lunch there and reflect on how my day is going. As one of the first public parks in the country it’s always been a place where the environment is important. A green space where…
 
[Transcription]: My name’s Aroob and I’m part of the University of Salford. I think that a lot of monumental changes have taken place over the past 100 years, as you’ve said, and it feels kind of difficult – almost impossible, if you will – to imagine what could happen in the future. But if I were allowed to choose what specifically is ours to do, …
 
Listen in to find out more about our latest project with Salford Museum and Art Gallery, the "You Belong Here" exhibition, which looks at rediscovering Salford's green spaces.To find out more about the exhibition, you can find their website here: https://you-belong-here.salford.ac.uk/You can also find the museum and University of Salford's Art Coll…
 
This week, the University of Salford is celebrating International Women’s Week(IWW), and in a special episode of the Life Under Lockdown podcast, we are joined by Dr Alex Culvin. This year’s theme for IWW is #ChooseToChallenge – the idea of challenging situations and experiences that go against gender equality.Dr Alex Culvin currently teaches Busin…
 
Across the month of February, we here at the University of Salford are celebrating LGBT History Month. And on the latest episode on the Life Under Lockdown podcast, special guest Stephen Hornby takes us through his experience with the LGBT community. Stephen is a multi-award-winning playwright, with some of his best work being the Burnley Buggers B…
 
Ever since the lockdown, the performing arts industry has had to face a number of challenges, with many casting agents changing the way they perform auditions, to theatres being out of use due to Covid-19 restrictions. The New Adelphi theatre is the heart of the University of Salford’s Performing Arts division, and many great shows have been perfor…
 
To mark Blue Monday, Life Under Lockdown returns for its second episode with our special guest, Dr Joy Probyn, Lecturer in Social Policy at the School of Health and Society.‘Blue Monday’ (the third Monday of January) is often considered to be the most depressing day of the year – the weather is often cold and gloomy, people may be facing Christmas …
 
Welcome to the first episode of the University of Salford's new podcast series: Life Under Lockdown. In this audio series, we speak to our staff here at the University and discuss how they adapted to the changes made in these unprecedented time. Our first ever guest on the pod is Andy Miah, Chair in Science Communication and Future Media. During ou…
 
University of Salford & AquaUoS Podcast series. Discussion about Upland Management Farming Operations and Communities. With Neil Entwistle, Nicola Renison, Adam Day, James Rebanks, James Robinson, Danny TeasdaleThanks to Environment Agency for facilitation, the farming community panel members and the BBC for soundbites…
 
Jonathan Trott has revealed the cost on his mental health of England’s rise to number one Test team in the world, and the danger of sport becoming “life or death” in an athlete’s mind. The former England batsmen opened up for the latest LifeTimes podcast about the extraordinary period, between 2009 and 2013, when the national team soared to the top…
 
At the time Nicola Adams first dreamed of being an Olympic boxing champion, the women’s event did not even have its own national championships, let alone a place in the Games. A year earlier, at the age of 12, she had started boxing against boys, at which point she realised she was made of some “different stuff”. In the latest episode of the LifeTi…
 
Colin Jackson, who won a silver medal in the 110m hurdles for Great Britain at the 1988 Olympic Games, only made public that he is gay in a 2017 interview and says that he understands why a modern-day footballer would not want to come out. In the latest LifeTimes podcast Jackson, who now works as a sports commentator, speaks to Matthew Syed about h…
 
Eddie Jones is one of the finest, sharpest and most inventive coaches in rugby union and this year he will lead England to a World Cup. In this episode of the new in-depth Times Sport podcast, LifeTimes, he describes how he has always been an outsider, why his drive to create conflict once led him to kiss an opponent and how he has had to evolve as…
 
At the age of 14, Fran Kirby had to deal with the sudden and devastating death of her mother. The next day she went back to school, carrying on her life as normal until grief and depression hit her hard, leading her to give up football, the game she loved. This summer Kirby, now 25, is England’s leading creative force at a World Cup they hope to wi…
 
In this new podcast series, LifeTimes, our leading writers have stepped away from the heat of the action to speak in-depth to some of the most famous athletes on the planet - starting in episode one with footballer Paul Pogba. The France World Cup-winner and £89 million Manchester United midfielder sits down at the Bulgari Hotel in Milan to discuss…
 
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