Tag: podcast

New season of Living Gratefully podcast

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The conversation podcast series, Living Gratefully, returns for a second season. Mona Siddiqui, Assistant Principal Religion and Society, explores human relationships, how we form them and what they mean to us, against a background of what it means to feel gratitude.

Back with a host of new guests, Living Gratefully examines how gratitude shapes our relationships with others, and how cultural relationships shape public discourse.

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New Season of Sharing things podcast

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The Alumni Relations team are back with a third season of the popular Sharing things podcast.

University staff appearing in season three of the Sharing things podcast, along with their conversational partners

University staff appearing in season three of the Sharing things podcast, along with their conversational partners.

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Podcast: Sharing things 2

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What do a mugoti cooking stick, a troll doll toy and a handmade quilt have in common? Each sparked a fascinating conversation captured in Sharing things, a student-produced podcast from the Alumni Relations team. After a fantastic reception, not to mention being shortlisted for the Guardian University Awards 2020, the team have created a second season.

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