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JACK's look into the great work going on in Oxfordshire with fostering. Fostering is caring for a child in your own home when they are unable to stay with their own families. Foster carers are from all walks of life. Children need foster families for a variety of reasons, this may be due to a crisis in the family or concerns about a child. Many children needing a foster home have suffered from some form of abuse, including neglect. Fostering can be challenging but can also be very rewarding.
 
106 JACKfm, working in partnership with OxTreeGen, have been looking into how we can all help preserve the future of Oxfordshire from an environmental point of view. In these podcast episodes we hear from experts and find out what we can do to be that bit greener here in Oxfordshire!
 
A wonderfully intimate look into the life and work of India Hicks and her extraordinary family. In Season One we’re talking Movie Stars, Matadors and Maharajas as we have tea and cake with Lady Pamela, daughter of Lord and Lady Mountbatten and of course India’s much moved mum. Now in her 90s Lady Pamela’s stories will astound you; she’s first cousins with Prince Philip, travelled the world on the famous Commonwealth tour when Princess Elizabeth became Queen, befriended everyone from Grace Ke ...
 
Welcome to the Critchleys Conversation. If you run your own UK based business, then this is for you!Our aim is to offer helpful bite-sized advice on a whole range of topics that matter to owners of small UK businesses. Whether you are starting, building or exiting your business, we hope you will find it useful. Each episode lasts for around 10 minutes - perfect for listening on your commute, while walking the dog or at the gym...
 
Nails & Tracey's podcast for Audio Presenters. How To Become A Presenter, tips, Advice and skills to help your radio or podcast show. Step by step guide to get you that dream job. OnAirCoach are celebrating 10 years of Presenter Training and have worked with over 2,000 clients. Many have gone on to be extremely successful in their career. They hold online masterclasses and coach individually too.Nails Mahoney and Tracey Lee have over 50 years international media experience between them and w ...
 
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This week on the podcast, Dave catches up with R&B artists Jessica Kuka and AYME as we play their music for the first time. Plus, there's all this excellent new music from Oxfordshire.•Tech N9ne - Kickiter (feat Shao Dow)Folkatron Sessions & Sam Lee - Three GalleysLow Island - What Do You Stand ForJessica Kuka - Every ReasonAmy Whittard - MedicineM…
 
This week on the podcast, Dave catches up with Ophelia Ray as she releases her new single 'Medicine Man', there's a first play from Waves Rush In and all this excellent new music from Oxfordshire.•Jazmine Flowers - This Isn't HappinessTilly Valentine & Angus Parkin -Gin & TonicThe People Versus - WitchIn-Flight Movie - The AbductionWaves Rush In - …
 
This week on the BBC Introducing in Oxfordshire podcast, Dave finds out what inspires feeo as she releases her new EP 'feels like we're getting older doesn't it'. Plus we catch up with Nightshift Magazine Editor Ronan Munro - who recommends chiika. Here's this week's playlist:•Orchid - Doe EyesBjerglund - Safe Place (feat Drew Tyler)Erin Snape - Ha…
 
This week on the BBC Introducing in Oxfordshire podcast, Dave heads into space with Witney's The Saturn Farmhouse and there's a first play from Samantha Twigg Johnson! Here's this week's playlist:•LVRA - Gets Me GoingLacuna Common - Window PaneSofie Elyse - Just Like Mefeeo - The Party Ends (Live at Big Weekend)The Saturn Farmhouse - The Most Beaut…
 
When Zabolotnyi was due to be extradited to Hungary under a European Arrest Warrant, questions were asked about whether the prison conditions would represent a breach of human rights. Even after the Hungarian Ministry of Justice made promises that they would comply with the Convention, the English courts had to decide whether that would truly be th…
 
This week on the podcast - Dave talks about mental health with Hip Hop artist Mr Haz, there's a first play from Nikki Ambers, who's got some amazing stories - from touring with Justin Bieber... to performing on The Voice! Plus, there's all the latest new music from Oxfordshire, here's the playlist:•Document One - Hands UpFlights of Helios - Paralle…
 
In this episode of the Oxfordshire Teacher Training podcast, Matthew Coatsworth meets Lynsey Hunter from Sheffield Hallam University along with her colleague and favourite guest of the podcast Sam Twiselton to discuss the Early Career Framework and their experiences during the early roll-out of the ECF this year in Sheffield. Regular listeners may …
 
When a school in Oxfordshire moved to a new site, the heirs of the landowner who donated the original plot came out of the woodwork to argue that they should be entitled to the proceeds based on an old law from 1841. In this episode we consider the response from the Supreme Court and also how judges should interpret statutes that are so old.https:/…
 
This week, KHLOË tells us about her new mixtape 'Computer Pop 2000' & there's a first play from folk pop singer Sophie Leigh, plus all the latest new music from Oxfordshire. Here's this week's playlist:•Premium Leisure - Easy FMCameron AG - Forget You NotsFolkatron Sessions - An Bonnan Bui (The Yellow Bittern)Sophie Leigh - Seventh HeavenZeko - Cha…
 
After a doorman inadvertently killed a man outside of a bar in Aberdeen, his widow brought a claim against the security firm's insurers. An exclusion caluse in the policy meant that the case turned on whether the actions of the doorman constituted a "deliberate act". As the Supreme Court came to answer we also analyse how exactly the Justices arriv…
 
On this weeks podcast: Emma Hunter tells us about her new single Nightingale, we catch up with LAYKS (Sam Martin) and hear from Calÿpso - one of our Radio 1 Live Lounge competition nominees. Plus there's the latest new music from Oxfordshire. Here's this weeks tracklist:•Ize - Make SenseSamhain - Let the Horses RunCalÿpso - Witch HazelLAYKS - Santa…
 
In this episode of the Oxfordshire Teacher Training podcast, Matthew Coatsworth discusses workload with Julie Greer: headteacher and author of the Essential Guide for Early Career Teachers on 'Workload - Taking Ownership of your Teaching'. Julie and Matthew explore balance, autonomy, professionally acceptable workloads and the role of mentors and o…
 
This week on the podcast, Dave catches up with Rhys Lewis to hear about his brand new track 'Seasons' and his role as patron of Oxfordshire Discovery College. Plus, there's the latest new music from Oxfordshire - here's this week's playlist:•Waiting for Smith - Hopelessness of LoveNorth Parade - Never Had A MondayJulia-Sophie - CCTVSmith - HUSKHibe…
 
This week on the podcast...Fixers are back! Jack Goldstein tells about their new album 'The Sun, The Moon, The Wind, The Sea", plus there's a first play from Marie Naffah. Here's this week's playlist:•Tiger Mendoza & Mila Todd - Oppressor (DnB Vocal Mix)Genevieve Miles - Storm BeforeTwin Replica - CaseMarie Naffah - WastelandMy Crooked Teeth - Floa…
 
In this episode of the Oxfordshire Teacher Training Podcast, Matthew Coatsworth sits down remotely with child clinical psychologist Dr Naira Wilson to discuss the importance of getting transitions right for children. In a first for the podcast, Matthew completes Naira's House Analogy, a reflection tool to facilitate transition. Listeners can choose…
 
This week on the podcast, do Hannnah and Niko from Pecq actually like lemon cake? We ask the big questions as they release their new EP 'Stranger. Plus, Corey Vaughan tells us about going from boyband to solo artist, there's a first play from Chelsea Nolan and all these excellent new tunes from Oxfordshire:•Low Island - Who’s Having The Greatest Ti…
 
Join Robin Shuckburgh in conversation with Esther Lafferty from Oxfordshire Artweeks. Oxfordshire Artweeks is the UK’s biggest artist open studios & pop-up exhibition event. Feast your eyes on a huge range of creative activity, from painting, photography, textiles, sculpture and ceramics, to furniture, glass, mosaics and jewellery in pop-up galleri…
 
Should a shift where you have to sleep at or near your place of work count as working time for the purposes of the national minimum wage? That is the question the Supreme Court has to answer this week as we also explore the distinction between politics and interpretation of the law.Music from bensound.comhttps://uklawweekly.substack.com/subscribe…
 
In 2015 Shamima Begum left the UK to join Islamic State. Now, with the UK government intending to deprive her of British citizenship, she intended to return to the UK in order to fight that decision. In this high profile case the Supreme Court had to balance the right to a fair trial against the country's national security interests.Music from bens…
 
This week on the podcast, Dave catches up with The White Lakes ahead of releasing their new single 'This Generation', plus multi-instrumentalist Erin Snape tells us about her music as we play her track 'Warm Things' for the first time on the show. Here's the full tracklist:•Kanadia - In My FleshSuperheart - World's on FireAmy Whittard - Lose Track …
 
When two ships crashed outside the port of Jebel Ali in the United Arab Emirates there was a question about which vessel was most at fault. Was it the ship that was exiting the narrow channel or should that have made way for the ship that was getting ready to enter? In this episode we discuss the answer in the context of the International Collision…
 
This week Dave catches up with the The Deadbeat Apostles to hear about their new single - The Deadbeat Shuffle, and there is a first play from Lulu. Here the full tracklist:•C'est Mal - Invisible Man (Strings Attached Remix)Julia-Sophie - And You Know ItRichard Walters - DNA (Finally Here)Ōkami - Black Lace ConsequenceLulu - Fever DreamLewis Branch…
 
In this landmark case the Supreme Court decided upon the fate of Uber drivers. While Uber argued that the drivers were self-employed and that the app was equivalent to a booking agent, the drivers submitted that they were workers and should therefore be entitled to certain rights like the national minimum wage. We discuss the judgment and consider …
 
This week Dave's joined by Frannie B to hear about her new Avengers-inspired single that's taken TikTok by storm, plus she's written a super-hero track just for us! Here's this week's tracklist:•feeo - End SongLZYBY - Take My TimeBarricane - Canopypecq - Killing TimeJo Hill and LAVENDUH - Come OverFrannie B - Made For You (Avengers)Honey Pine Dress…
 
In this episode of the Oxfordshire Teacher Training podcast, Matthew Coatsworth sits down with education consultant and fellow of the UK National Association for Environmental Education Ben Ballin to explore climate education. In an inspiring interview, Ben talks about a message of hope and opportunity, gives many fantastic recommendations for how …
 
This week on the podcast, Julia Meijer tells us about her new EP 'The Place Where You Are', plus there's a first play from dance music producers Eclectic.Here's the tracklist:•Low Island - I Do It For YouTiece - Nowhere, Now Here (Tiiva Remix)Calÿpso - Nothing's FineTilly Valentine - PirouettesExploding Honey - Jerusalem RisingECLECTIC - PressureAr…
 
Nails & Tracey's 1st Radio Star podcast. Chatting to the legendary Barry Lang of 2FM and RTE2 TV.#thehotline #thebeatbox ,Where he has been and his brand new radio show on Classic Hits, Ireland, Some big name guests coming soon to the Presenter Weekly Newsletter mailchi.mp/f5f305e99fee/onaircoach-newsletter ,Radio Star Bootcamp Q & A for Radio Star…
 
When a number of oil spills in Nigeria caused significant ground and water contamination, the King of the local community pursued a claim against Shell and its local subsidiary. However when the claim was thrown out early on the question for the Supreme Court became what requirements do need to be met in order for a case to proceed to a full trial.…
 
On this week's podcast, Dave's joined by Catgod to hear about their new double-single release "I'm Dead" and "Killer Whales", plus there's a first play from DJ and producer Alexis Knox. Here's this week's tracklist:•Empress Linoleum - cry babyShumba Youth - Right Way (Aries & Nicky Blackmarket Remix)Pearl Diver - You Can Bring Your DarknessBUSHROD …
 
In this episode, Oxfordshire Teacher Training's Matthew Coatsworth discusses the Great Teaching Toolkit with Professor Rob Coe, as well as looking back over the past twenty years since Rob's Manifesto for Evidence Based Education was published. Regular podcast listeners might remember episode 1, which looked at the Sutton Trust report 'What Makes G…
 
In a recent investigation the Serious Fraud Office wanted to access documents held abroad by a U.S. company. Does the department have the power to reach across the Atlantic for relevant paperwork? In this episode we look at the Supreme Court's response.Music from bensound.comhttps://uklawweekly.substack.com/subscribe…
 
On this week's podcast, Dave catches up with R&B singer Jazmine Flowers - as we play her music for the first time. Plus, Zahra from the Young Womens Music Project tells us about 'Celestial Bodies' - their new project for International Womens Day, Nightshift Magazine Editor Ronan Munro recommends a track and there's the debut of a new tune made usin…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has wreaked havoc for almost every business in the UK. In this case the Supreme Court looked at a range of insurance policies and answered some fundamental questions of interpretation so that claims could proceed and life could slowly get back to normal.Music from bensound.comhttps://uklawweekly.substack.com/subscribe…
 
This week on the podcast, Dave meets hard rockers Molly Karloff as we play their music for the first time. Here's the full tracklist:•Niki Kini - Better OffJack Franks - My Ex Played JazzIsaac Stuart - Place For You In My HeartNadia Eide - Now We Are FreeCherym - Kisses On My CardsThe Proxy Server - Pacific North WestChima Anya - Once Upon A TimeJo…
 
This week we finish off 2020 by looking at three cases in one episode. The first is about when the courts should allow collective actions by multiple claimants to proceed, the second is about the proposed new runway at Heathrow airport and the third is an immigration case where a deportation is balanced against the need to protect family life.Music…
 
Dave catches up with Joely ahead of the release of her new EP "Belonging". Plus we hear from Jerome Arab as we play one of his tunes for the first time. Here's this week's tracklist:•Izzy Frances - Beautiful WorldWOLFS - Feeling So GoodOsiris Joshua - Anywhere But Open WaterSleeper Service - SaturateKado Kadra - PhilophobiaPurdy - MemoriesJoely - H…
 
In episode 22, Matthew Coatsworth discusses Oxfordshire Teacher Training's ITT curriculum with its Director Patrick Garton. They explore the curriculum's aims, how they have translated the ITT core content framework into a carefully sequenced curriculum of seven core areas, how subject specialist teaching aspects have been developed recently and th…
 
After Gourlay's judicial review of a Parole Board decision was successful he argued that the Board should have to pay his costs for the review. This raised questions about whether the Parole Board is a judicial body but as we see in this episode it also led to other important discussions about who makes the rules about costs orders and how effectiv…
 
This week on the podcast, Dave catches up with Livia Lianna and The Unknwn as we play their music for the first time on the show, plus there's all this excellent music from Oxfordshire:•LASTELLE - DepartureLMNL - OutliarAbi Farrell - EmpoweredLeonidas Oxford - Sign Us Up (feat Dertz)DWAKA - MiloAnorak Patch - IrateLivia Lianna - Don't Touch MeSean …
 
This week on the podcast, Dave's joined by BE GOOD for a chat about their new EP 'Everything’s Alright In The Evening'. Plus, as part of Independent Venue Week, we'll hear memories of live gigs in Oxfordshire... remember those?! And there's loads of new music, here's the tracklist:•pecq - StrangerThe Sad Song Co. - My SaccharineThe Original Rabbit …
 
In this episode of the Oxfordshire Teacher Training Podcast, Matthew Coatsworth talks with Claire Grimes about Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction and her fantastic workbook based on the principles and the work of Tom Sherrington. Back at the start of March 2020's lockdown, Claire produced a workbook as a CPD resource for Thamesview School in Ke…
 
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