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Cardiff Metropolitan University brings you The Natter. Each week, we speak to different guests from the world of sport. We delve into their challenges and triumphs.The Natter is produced and presented by Cardiff Met's Sport Broadcast MSc and Sport Media BSc staff and students. Find us on twitter- @CMetSportTV Instagram- @cardiffmetsporttv TikTok- cardiffmetsporttv and Facebook- Cardiff Met Sport TV.
 
Innocent until proven guilty or no smoke without fire? Which one accurately describes your perception of the UK Criminal Justice system? What does; “beyond reasonable doubt” mean? Can you ever be sure? In this series, I talk to people who were victims of high profile miscarriage of justice cases including; Michael O'Brien (one of the Cardiff Newsagent Three), John Actie wrongly charged with the murder of Lynette White and remanded for nearly two years until his trial, victims of the Post Off ...
 
Future You is brought to you by Prospects, the graduate careers experts. We're here to help you achieve your career goals. Listen for invaluable insights and practical advice from top employers, graduates and experts. Whether you're a current student or already graduated, this is essential listening as you take the next step towards future you.
 
'Creatrium' is a podcast series, produced at the University of South Wales (USW) by Steve Johnson. The Atrium, Cardiff, is the home of the Faculty of Creative Industries. This series discusses the notion of creativity and its application at the Atrium. The first edition features an interview and live performance from Joseph Sobol, Professor of the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling. Here's how Joseph tells stories through song...
 
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For the first time in 64 years, Wales are playing in the World Cup!Julie and the team look ahead to tournament in Qatar which kicks off on the 20th NovemberGuests include Wales & Swansea legend Alan Curtis, Esme Allchurch, Helen Ward, Megan Feringa & Rob PhillipsOriginally broadcast on Radio Glamorgan on 18th November 2022 www.radioglamorgan.com…
 
Jody Avirgan changed the face of Audio Documentaries in Sports. He was the host, series editor, lead producer and manager of ESPN's 30for30 podcast series from its inception in 2016 until 2020. He has worked at Radiotopia, ESPN, FiveThirtyEight, WNYC and lots more. He works in Sport, Politics and Music - here are a few of the projects he's worked o…
 
Zoe and Claire speak to Dr. Martha McGill about her game, developed by a team at the University of Warwick, to explore and understand the witch hunt phenomena - based on events in Haddington, Zoe & Claire consider the history of Haddington accused and one of the accusers who owned an enchanted pear. Raccoon chat included…
 
On this episode of Future You, we speak to Jo Mainwaring and Steve Clayton about the online Masters course on public health at the University of Liverpool. Check out the Master of Public Health course. You can email podcast@prospects.ac.uk with any feedback, questions or comments. Find a transcript of this episode at www.prospects.ac.uk/podcasts.…
 
In this episode of Future You, we speak to Ian Tapster, the course leader for journalism at the University of Portsmouth. Discover how to plan your dissertation, what pitfalls you should avoid and why primary research can be really useful when done correctly. Take a look at 7 steps to writing a dissertation. You can email podcast@prospects.ac.uk wi…
 
Recently, we were invited to ‘Woodland House’, the administrative centre of the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board to chat to recently appointed CEO Suzanne Rankin.Suzanne was formerly Chief Executive of Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, first joining the Trust as Chief Nurse in 2010 before becoming their Chief Executive…
 
This is a podcast based around Technology Enhanced Learning, Podcasting and Pedagogy. If you want to get in touch with Steff about any of the concepts discussed then you can email him on sm23471@cardiffmet.ac.uk Audio Clips used in the podcast Professor Richard Noss on Technology Enhanced Learning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhC69L3fIl4&t=1276s…
 
The ‘Life as a’ series gives you the foundations to learn and be inspired by specific professions; from people who know what it’s like. Emily Otvos is a newly qualified social worker who says the career might fit your values if you can overcome adversity and challenging days in order to achieve the best outcomes for others. Take a look at our socia…
 
On the 31st July 2022, we were in Pontcanna Fields for the 'NHS 5K do it your way event' organised by the Cardiff and Vale Health Charity.Here we hear from Lucie Barratt from the charity, alongside some of those who took part including Fiona Kinghorn who's the Executive Director for Public Health at the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board.http…
 
Digital society is a new Masters course at Manchester Metropolitan University, taught in two specialisms - politics and sociology. In this episode learn about the application of technology in everyday life, from political campaigns to requiring a smartphone to order drinks Check out the MSc Digital Society course at Manchester Met. You can email po…
 
Zoe and Claire interview the brilliant author Jenni Fagan about her new book “Hex” : “A witch will die here in the morning. It is the 4th of December 1591. On this, the last night of her life in a prison cell several floors below Edinburgh’s High Street, convicted witch Geillis Duncan receives a mysterious visitor – Iris, who says she comes from a …
 
In this episode of Future You, Cardiff University's Veronica Grieneisen introduces us to a brand new postgraduate course - the MSc in Big Data Biology. The aim of the programme is to train a new generation of biologists with 'big data' skills who can use cutting edge platforms to tackle issues such as developmental biology, disease surveillance and…
 
Recently Christopher Anstee published a powerful collection of memories, poems and beautiful illustrations titled 'Polish the crown', that celebrate the extraordinarily ordinary life of a boy who grew up under the shadow of section 28. A boy who became a proud gay man, despite the life and times that once defined him.Here is his chat with Rob Jones…
 
Continuing our series of 'Talking Anti-Racism' lectures, our School of Biosciences hosted this talk from Professor Parveen Yaqoob (Professor of Nutritional Physiology, Deputy Vice-Chancellor & Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research & Innovation), University of Reading; Chair of Athena Swan Governance Committee) In this talk, Professor Yaqoob will:- Share sn…
 
In Episode 3 of the “Coaching Hub Conversations” we speak to Wales International Hockey player and Cardiff Met Sports Coaching Lecturer Luke Hawker about his PHD work around Experiential Learning and how his academic studies coupled with his 100 plus caps for Wales on the International stage help inform his theories, actions and thoughts as a coach…
 
Our School of Earth and Environmental Sciences welcomed Prof. Christopher Jackson to Cardiff University to discuss his life in academia, industry and broadcasting and the subject of racial diversity in UK geoscience.Croesawodd ein Hysgol Gwyddorau Daear ac Amgylcheddol yr Athro Christopher Jackson i Brifysgol Caerdydd i drafod ei fywyd yn y byd aca…
 
In this special as we mark International Women's Day on Radio Glamorgan, Post-Graduate students at the University of South Wales share with you stories of some exceptional women. Some have overcome life trauma, some have built businesses and some have learnt to express themselves and their creativity in unique ways.For more about Radio Glamorgan, h…
 
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