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Student Connect

Staffordshire University

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Join student hosts and guests from Staffordshire University as they share experiences of progressing through university education. With stories of mental health, diversity, wellbeing, and inclusivity - with funny and all-too-honest stories to make you laugh out loud.
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Hosted by founder of The Local Mythstorian project, Eli Lewis-Lycett, each episode focuses on Eli's extensive research into a piece of folklore or curious local history from across Cheshire, Derbyshire or Staffordshire, revealing the hidden story within. Eli Lewis-Lycett is an independent writer and podcaster, feature writer for Haunted Magazine and resident folklore columnist for Cheshire Life Magazine. thelocalmythstorian.com
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Proud to be Staffs

Development and Alumni Relations

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Sports stars, TV personalities, artists, businesspeople, musicians and more – Staffordshire University’s global alumni and honorary doctor community includes inspirational people from all walks of life. From famous faces to hidden treasures, the Proud To Be Staffs podcast will bring you an interview with a different alumni or honorary doctor every two weeks. Expect to be uplifted, motivated and, if you’re Staffordshire University alumni, for the memories to come flooding back. Every single o ...
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Crime Tapes

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From motive to mass murder, join the experts at Staffordshire University as they dissect controversial crimes that have shocked the world. #CrimeTapes
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Hops@Home

Dudley and South Staffordshire Campaign for Real Ale

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Series 1 Episode 5: Our Guest of the Week is Dave Kelly, founder of Kinver Brewery. What top-flight beer is coming soon? Also on the show, the Community Cider initiative and the pub offering a spa for your car while you drink a jar. To donate to Cancer Research UK and to *WIN* an assortment of bottles courtesy of Kinver Brewery please visit www.crowdfunder.co.uk/hopsathomepod To make a comment, compliment or complaint please email chair@dudley.camra.org.uk The views expressed are not necessa ...
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Archaeology news, travel reviews, interviews and basic terminology, designed to get you as jazzed up about archaeology as we are. Explore the latest headlines, learn the ABCs of archaeology, and hear from seasoned and amateur archaeologists alike.
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This podcast is produced by Midlands Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. It is aimed at our service users, their carers, and our own staff. Our Trust provides physical and mental health, learning disability, and adult social care services across Staffordshire and Shropshire. We also provide drug and alcohol services in prisons and community settings across England.
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Midlands Murder Files

Midlands Murder Files

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Welcome to Midlands Murder Files. A podcast that dives into some of the Midlands' most shocking and harrowing murder cases. The aim is to delve into cases that have happened since the turn of the millennium that have not been covered on other podcasts, while honouring the victim rather than glorifying the assailant.
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A podcast exploring the history and secrets of Staffordshire. Welcome to The Red Haired Stokie, a podcast, website and YouTube channel dedicated to uncovering the fascinating history and hidden stories of Staffordshire, a county located in the heart of England. Join your host as we delve into the archives and explore the iconic landmarks and lesser-known corners of this historic county. From the rolling hills of the Peak District to the industrial heritage of Stoke-on-Trent, we'll uncover th ...
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The Golf Pilgrim

Neil White and Ian Woods

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The essential guide to the world's top golf courses. Neil White and Ian Woods review the Top 100 courses in the UK and Ireland, continental Europe and the World! In 2020 Neil began a challenge to play all of the world's top courses. You can read his reviews at www.thegolfpilgrim.com. Now you can listen to his reviews, as he gives an honest account of the courses, the practice facilities, and the food available. Is it value for money? Will you be made to feel welcome as a visitor? There are c ...
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Medspire

Anvarjon Mukhammadaminov/ Sanketh Rampes

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At Medspire we interview leading researchers and clinicians with the aim of inspiring the next generation of doctors and scientists. Hear from leaders within their respective fields, about their career paths, lessons learnt along the way and advice for those starting out. We hope you enjoy! "Music: www.bensound.com"
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In this episode of the podcast we hear from Leanne Borley and Jordan Perrins. Both of them work for the Mental Health Support Team in South Staffordshire. The team work closely with identified mental health leads within schools supporting children and young people with emerging, mild, or moderate mental health difficulties that may be affecting the…
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The course where US Open champion and Ryder Cup hero Justin Rose mastered the game. Don't get lost on the way....it's North Hants, not Northants! It's about to undergo major renovation work which should help it retain its place in England's Top 100. Did Neil succeed in nailing his first ever hole in one? https://www.thegolfpilgrim.com/post/north-ha…
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In this episode, we delve into the heartbreaking story of Brendan Mason, a 23-year-old man from Leicester who fell victim to a brutal and senseless attack by those he considered friends. Join us as we uncover the details of this tragic case, exploring the events leading up to that fateful night and the aftermath that left a community in shock. Foll…
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Is this is the most spectacular course we've ever played? St Patrick's Links opened only three years ago, but a layout some have hailed as Tom Doak's masterpiece has already leapt into the top 50 in the world! We played it on a beautiful day when the course had surely never looked better. The scenery takes your breath away. But how did St Pat's pla…
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A three-day competition leads to a two-part podcast! Ian and Neil play in the Muckish Links Classic over the three courses at Rosapenna. (Muckish is the name of the mountain that looks down on this fantastic landscape.) In Part One we discuss Sandy Hills, which is ranked 61 in UK and Ireland. and Old Tom Morris which is rated the 32nd best course i…
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The Duchess isn't rated as highly as the Duke's or Marquess courses, but all three benefit from a majestic setting at Woburn, and members there reckon it deserves higher praise. Ian and Neil are guided around the course by David Hay, son of Alex - Woburn's first Director of Golf who became known to millions as a BBC commentator. https://www.thegolf…
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In this episode, we unravel the tragic story of Amy Williams, a 14-year-old from Telford whose disappearance on Boxing Day shook the community. Join us as we explore the events leading up to Amy's disappearance from a family party, the desperate search efforts that ensued, and the shocking discoveries made in the following days. Follow Midlands Mur…
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In this episode, tragedy strikes in the tranquil suburb of Rednal, Birmingham, as 83-year-old Paul Cox falls victim to a horrifying invasion of his home. Join us as we delve into the chilling details of this shocking case, exploring the events that shattered the peace of Paul's final years. Follow Midlands Murder Files on Instagram @MidlandsMurderF…
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Episode 11 – K for Knapping, Alfred Jewel, and Archaeology News In this episode, Jason goes through 3 segments – The ABCs of Archaeology, Archaeology Porn, and Archaeology News ABCs of Archaeology – K is Knapping Wow, who knew we could learn so much from a bunch of old stone tools?! Knapping (silent K) is the art of shaping stone into (hopefully) u…
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Honorary Doctor of Staffordshire University, Chief Executive Officer of All Saints Catholic Collegiate Multi-Academy, and champion for education, Margaret Yates inspires everyone who meets her. In the latest episode of the Proud To Be Staffs podcast, Margaret speaks about the highs and lows of being a teacher, the career progression and the inspira…
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In this episode Kristy, Carolyn and Caroline talk about 5Ways to Wellbeing. Our mental health is important and evidence suggests there are ways that we can look after it which can help to improve our mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive, copebetter with life’s up and downs, and get the most out of life.…
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Welcome to Midlands Murder Files. A podcast that dives into some of the Midlands' most shocking and harrowing murder cases. The aim is to delve into cases that have happened since the turn of the millennium that have not been covered on other podcasts, while honouring the victim rather than glorifying the assailant. Three episodes will be launching…
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What does Tim Henman have in common with James Bond? Does the former tennis player have a licence to kill? Or is 007 partial to a game of mixed doubles? Well, neither, actually. Bond author Ian Fleming was a member of Huntercombe Golf Club, and Henman regularly wins competitions at his home club. Ian and Neil reflect on not one but two rounds at th…
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The UK's Number One golf resort and a "glorious playground", according to their website. How were the swings of Neil and Mrs W in a competition organised by the Hole In One club? They played two of the three Championship courses at Gleneagles, the King's and Queens. Find out if they played like Jack (Nicklaus) or a pair of Jokers. www.thegolfpilgri…
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In this interview, I totally geek out with Tom Booth, an archaeogeneticist at the Francis Crick Institute, just a few blocks away from my university in London. Tom studies ancient DNA to answer questions of human migration and identity way back in ancient times before we had written history, and his particular interest is the Neolithic – Bronze Age…
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Game of Thrones In this special episode, Jason reviews the Game of Thrones series, particularly how much of it is borrowed from British history, particularly the Roman and Medieval periods. And [SPOILER ALERT], just like the TV series, this one doesn’t end well. Website: https://www.intothedustarchaeology.com/ Patreon: www.patreon.com/IntotheDustAr…
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An Honorary Doctor of Staffordshire University and the Artistic Director of the New Vic Theatre, Theresa Heskins’ productions have won the theatre equivalent of the Oscars. In the latest episode of the Proud to be Staffs podcast she talks about her glittering career and why she is so committed to Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire. Subscribe now so y…
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The story of Thomas Meakin's eighteenth century murder is a well-known legend of the Staffordshire Moorlands, yet there has never before been a full consideration of the circumstances surrounding his death, nor an inquiry into who may have killed him. Mythstoric Origins - Exploring the Extraordinary Local Histories Behind the Legend and Folklore of…
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In this episode, Jason goes through 3 segments – The ABCs of Archaeology, Archaeology News, and a Site Visit to Easter Island ABCs of Archaeology – J is for …? As there seems to be no prominent archaeology terms beginning with J, I'm just giving a brief update about my favorite topic: ME, Jason. Site Visit – Easter Island / Rapa Nui Wow, I have nev…
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Beau Desert may have a French name, but it's in the heart of England. Neil and Ian pose the question - are Midlands courses are underrated? It's a current favourite of top 100 connoisseurs. And find out why the comedy moment was inches away from being a magnum of champagne moment. www.thegolfpilgrim.com/post/beau-desert-review www.bdgc.co.uk…
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Neil is back In Spain to pay homage to his hero. Pedrena was the course where a young genius called Seve Ballesteros first caddied and put into practice skills he learned by playing on a nearby beach. An exclusive club with fast and tricky greens - stay tuned for what happens on the 18th..... www.thegolfpilgrim.com/post/real-golf-de-pedreña https:/…
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Who are we and why are we reviewing top golf courses? www.thegolfpilgrim.com Neil White is a retired journalist who is obsessed with lists. Every year he attempts to see and review every movie released in the UK, and now he is attempting to play every course in the Top 100 list in England, the UK and Ireland, continental Europe...and ultimately, th…
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ABCs of Archaeology – I is for Indigenous Archaeology Indigenous archaeology refers to a few different but related phenomenon. It essentially is movement of indigenous people to reclaim their archaeological heritage. Since the end of colonialization starting after WWII, artefacts and human remains began to be returned to indigenous ‘source’ communi…
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Jewellery designer and maker Ellina Pollitt’s work was recently featured in Vogue Magazine. In the latest episode of the Proud to be Staffs podcast the Staffordshire University alumna shares her journey of moving to the UK from Russia and how studying at University unlocked skills that led to her becoming an award-winner. Subscribe now so you never…
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Mike Parker Pearson is a giant in British archaeology – a leading authority on Stonehenge, Iron Age Europe, and funerary archaeology, occasional cast member on Time Team and guest on other archaeology documentaries and programs. Lesser known are some of his other many projects around Britain, such as Cladh Hallan in the Outer Hebrides, where Mike a…
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ABCs of Archaeology – H is for Historical Archaeology Historical archaeology presents the exciting opportunity to combine written history with material remains to paint a detailed picture of what happened in the human past. However, it’s not without its dangers. History is often written with agendas in mind, so whole people and events are purposefu…
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A spring bonus episode of sorts, recorded for season one but never released, its seasonal theme sees it make it into Season 2... Well-dressing is much loved local custom which enjoys an almost exclusive patronage in the county of Derbyshire. It’s origins are much debated and appear to be forever shrouded in the deep history of the region’s ancient …
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In this episode, Jason goes through 3 segments – The ABCs of Archaeology, Archaeology Porn, andLiving Archaeology Site Visits, ABCs of Archaeology – G is for Geophysics Geophysics (affectionately known as “geophizz”) is an amazing process that is now a standard part of archaeological work. Using three different ground-based technologies – earth res…
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Website: https://www.intothedustarchaeology.com/ Patreon: patreon.com/IntotheDustArchaeology Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/3q009WBcKIUqR5B3scleEj ABCs of Archaeology – F is for Formation processes Formation processes are the natural and human-made changes to a site or artefacts that affect how we find it today. Natural formation processes …
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March is when the NHS Staff Survey results are published, and we are delighted to announce MPFT scorded above average in all nine of the key elements of the 2023 NHS Staff Survey, surpassing our previous year's results despite another difficult year for NHS services. In this episode we are joined by two colleagues from our Organisational Developmen…
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Welcome to the second Into the Dust interview. Today we’ll be speaking to Michael Flynn, a mature classmate of mine at University College London (UCL). Like me, David left his career and dropped everything to study archaeology – WHY?! Michael had a successful career in sports marketing and sponsorship before catching a lucky break and cashing out o…
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ABCs of Archaeology – E is for Ethnoarchaeology Ethnoarchaeology is a fascinating part of archaeology that brings in anthropological observations from present-day societies or past societies that were around recently enough to have been rigorously documented. The idea is to observe how these societies leave material traces which can be observed and…
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The village of Great Budworth possesses one of the most remarkable churches in all of Cheshire, not just loved by locals but genuinely appreciated by history fans and enthusiasts of late medieval architecture right across the UK. Something visitors may not be aware of however is the visit paid to the village by Parliamentarian forces on the last da…
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