Life in Lockdown explores how life in lockdown, triggered by a global pandemic, has affected the lives of individuals within one social network in the UK. In each episode I (Jasmine Allen) chat with a friend, colleague, neighbour, family member or acquaintance to find out about their life in lockdown. We explore how lockdown has affected the ordinary lives of my friends’ and family at home, at work and at school.
Whenever there's a lockdown in the UK, this podcast will be active!
An Employment Law podcast placing a spotlight on recent cases and keeping you up to date with the very latest changes in the law. CPD available.
Welcome to A Woman’s Brew – The Podcast, where women talk about beer! A Woman’s Brew is two beer loving women on a mission to get more people drinking and talking about great beer. Joanne & Tori want to talk you through beer styles, breweries we love, beer tasting tips, beer traditions and more from the world of craft beer. Joanne has been drinking beer for 12 years since she was handed a Sam Adams Boston lager and realised that not all beer was yellow and fizzy. She was traveling the world ...
Founded in April 2013, we are a trance meet up group based in the UK. With our weekly podcast we hope to show case our love and passion for new music via our 9 resident DJs.
Immerse yourself in short personal stories from a variety of diverse people. Season 3: Our Voices Through Lockdown gives you an insight into the personal struggles, adversity people have been battling during the Covid-19 lockdowns in the UK. These short weekly stories, aim to show the raw side of humanity. Some subjects are tough to listen to, but a vital narrative in todays world. Scroll further down to find season 1, which focuses on the people that make up our brilliant NHS, to season 2 f ...
A podcast for the UK's community pharmacists and pharmacy staff from Chemist + Druggist (C+D). C+D has been championing, informing and supporting community pharmacy since 1859. Visit us at www.chemistanddruggist.co.uk
Life in lockdown getting you down? Need some chat? Join DrT in sunny Scotland and TJ in very sunny Hawaii as they catch up each week to discuss how life is different 7000 miles apart but how we face the same challenges... and how we can have a more fulfilling life
Listen to ITV Cymru Wales' Political Editor Adrian Masters in conversation with politicians and campaigners from across Welsh political and public life. Sharp End delves into the biggest issues affecting the people of Wales including the UK's impending withdrawal from the European Union.
From the confusion surrounding lockdown rules to what really compels angry sports fans to call radio phone-ins; the continued f***-ups of the “hopeless” government to cancelled holiday plans; award winning comedian Mark Steel and his emphatic opinion will be taking a deep dive into the state of the UK and the rest of the world. Joined by comedian (and son), 25-year-old Elliot Steel for the 'youth's' perspective, and a special guest each week, Mark will be dissecting current affairs to try an ...
Tales, techniques, tricks and tantrums from one of the UK's top portrait photographers.
The Faith Movement is a group of priests, religious and lay Catholics drawn together by a shared vision of Jesus Christ as the fulfilment of creation. The Faith Movement, CIO is a registered charity, number 1188137
News, offers, releases, pre-orders and updates from the UK's number one independent tabletop toys & games retailer. Visit the website for 10% off all of your favourite gaming brands - shipping worldwide: https://www.firestormgames.co.uk/?aff=5f7303badfa35
Listen to the winning poems in this year's childrens wildlife poetry competition on Fun Kids, the UK's only radio station dedicated to children.
During this Global Pandemic, LBC’s Nick Ferrari provides you with insight into everything you need to know around the Coronavirus outbreak. As this rapidly developing situation continues, Nick will be speaking to experts every day to bring you the latest news and to give you the best advice.
Europe’s #1 skydiving podcast is full of skydiving news, advice, stories and interviews with some of the best skydivers from around the world. To happily and accurately misquote the 1990s cinematic masterpiece Point Break, it’s jumping *and* jerking off, with its entertaining, educational and irreverent banter.
Riccardo Cucchi e Joseph Rubelli expact italiani nel Regno Unito ci invitano nel loro bar virtuale dove davanti ad un caffè ci deliziano con curiosità, lifestyle, cultura e molto altro riconnettendo gli italiani nel mondo virtualmente anche durante il lockdown.
Touring internationally since 2009, Groove Project have played in Dubai, Beijing, Paris, Australia, Singapore, Doha, Ukraine and Ibiza, plus London venues Ministry of Sound, Pacha and Proud2 / Matter. The Groove Project production sound fuses deep house with elements of garage, techno and electro. The music is dancefloor-focussed, with weighty percussion, sharp synthesisers, rich vocals and colourful effects.
Welcome to the SOFX Podcast. The UK's leading FX traders helping 1000's of beginners make money trading and escape the 9-5 grind. With over 6000 students, we've helped them generate millions of pounds in profit from following our trades.and now we're here to educate you in your trading journey. Make sure to subscribe to our podcast for weekly episodes coming straight to your ears. This, is SOFX.
Westwood The hottest mixtapes - nothing but certified heat. The biggest Hip Hop, RnB & Bashment.
The Rest Is Just Noise is a monthly podcast exploring the relationship between sound and our cities. Each episode our passionate and excitable hosts (three soundscape researchers) are joined by an expert guest from fields such as acoustics, architecture, and environmental psychology, to discuss their latest work and introduce our audience to the science, beauty, and noise of urban sound.
The Exchange is a new podcast from Policy Exchange, described recently by LBC's Iain Dale as "the pre-eminent think tank in the Westminster village". It covers our latest research and immediate reactions to current affairs. We bring you analysis from our team of experts along with guest appearances from the leading thinkers in their fields. The current series responds to the Coronavirus outbreak and its wide-ranging impact on all aspects of government policy.
The Kidventures family travel podcast is packed with family travel inspiration, tips, destination advice and recommendations from some of the UK's top family travel experts, including hosts Cathy and Ting from family travel blogs MummyTravels.com and My-Travelmonkey.com. Kidventures is for everyone who loves travelling and doesn't want to stop because they have a family - Cathy, Ting and the podcast guests are living proof. We can't promise it's always easy travelling with kids but whether y ...
Interviews and feature reports from SBS News.
Gary Werbisky has been DJing since 1991, playing some of the UKs largest capacity clubs and regional radio the controlled confusion podcast started out as a simple non serious podcast for Gary to listen to his mixes in the car and a easy way to get them all in one place on his iPod, since then it all went crazy and now we have listeners from across the globe. Gary Werbsiky plays an eclectic mix of electronic dance music, you can hear his unique progression in sound from every episode and all ...
Zinnige gesprekken en concrete adviezen om van deze tijd iets bijzonders te maken. Nu we toch thuis zitten, kunnen we er net zo goed iets van maken! Martine en Lian, hun vrienden en familie én inspirerende gasten helpen je aan ideeën, zijn eerlijk over hun eigen struggles en hopen jou daar verder mee te helpen…
Dogcast is, as the name suggests, all about dogs! In this podcast Clare and her Tibetan terrier Archie travel the UK, a nation of dog lovers, to meet dogs out and about. They will walk with dogs, talk about them and to their humans. Big dogs, small dogs, and special celebrity guests’ dogs. It’s a celebration of all things canine! Join Clare Balding and Archie to hear powerful, funny and moving personal stories about the many ways’ dogs transform our lives. Plus expert advice and information ...
Hello and welcome to The Greenshoots Intellectual Property Podcast by Appleyard Lees, a conversation about intellectual property, focused on stories and insights from IP professionals, inventors and entrepreneurs at the forefront of creating and managing IP. In 2021, we continue to discuss best practice for monetising and protecting IP, and consider how innovators and businesses may need to adapt to new working practices in a post-COVID-19 world. If you have a question or issue you’d like ou ...
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The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted concerns that many Australians don't have the access to healthcare and health information that they should.
Victoria will still allow residents stranded in New South Wales to return from the end of the month.
Hundreds of StarTrack employees have gone on strike for 24 hours, following industrial action from Toll last month and more expected next week.
US President Joe Biden calls on world leaders to vaccinate 70 per cent of the world's population against COVID-19 by September next year.
Speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi has thanked Mr Morrison for his leadership at a visit to the U.S. Capitol during his trip to Washington.
German Australians are also casting paper ballots ahead of the poll on Sunday, September 26.
A volcanic eruption two days ago on the Spanish Island of La Palma, in the Canary Islands, has intensified. Officials are now concerned lava and even “acid rain” could harm residents and their homes. Thousands are being evacuated as a precaution. Scientists say La Palma was hit with more than 1,000 small earthquakes over the course of 5 days before…
Just wow. This is a mass murder, or cull, of our population. Good to see more waking up — no time to waste in putting all the pieces of the pandemic puzzle together. Learn more https://www.fulcrumnews.com/about Get our newsletter! https://www.fulcrumnews.com/subscribe For tips https://paypal.me/davidseaman Show community https://facebook.com/Fulcru…
In this episode, Chris Fisher looks at the recent EAT case of Kong v Gulf International Bank, where a whistleblower claimed that their dismissal was unfair because it had been manipulated by a manager who was not involved in the dismissal process.Mayer Brown
In 2017, the UK Supreme Court’s judgement of Actavis v Eli Lilly created significant change to the way patent infringement is assessed in the UK by introducing a formal doctrine of equivalents. Four years on, Appleyard Lees partners and patent attorneys Adam Tindall and David Walsh, and senior associate and patent attorney Chris Mason discuss the i…
The magnitude 5.9 quake is the largest in the state's history, but there were no reports of deaths or injuries and structural damage has been described as "minor".
It comes as the state reports 1,035 local COVID-19 cases and five deaths.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Francesco De Stradis from Ord Minnett about China's Evergrande debt deal and how the market has reacted; plus Sarah Conte talks with 30% Club Australia's Nicola Wakefield Evans on the growing gender diversi
At almost 20,000, the industry ombudsman says that's a rise of 6.6 per cent on last financial year.
It’s taken them nine years to learn them all and they hope it will promote world peace.
The news comes as Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte lectures wealthy nations on the immorality of vaccine inequity.
Leaders from Australia and the US have nsignalled their strong global partnership ahead of a bilateral meeting.
The European Union has put the dispute over Australia's cancelled submarine deal with France at the top of its political agenda.
Is this just a mass murder, being carried out by the occult billionaires and trillionaires who were exposed in the Podesta WikiLeaks? Asking for a friend. Today’s analysis and discussion from FULCRUM. https://fulcrumnews.com/about https://fulcrumnews.com/podcast - listen to all recent prior research episodes of the podcast free without logging in, …
“The vaccines are full of sh**,” a federal whistleblower states to Project Veritas in a video which has already scored millions of views on YouTube, and has been banned from Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. In the fictional movie “The Purge,” the federal government abdicates all law enforcement and supervisory responsibility of the country for one…
A new interactive map based on IPCC modelling aims to help coastal communities prepare for inevitable sea level rises.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Hong Kong-based indpendent economist Janu Chan for the latest on the Evergrande saga; plus Robert Talevski from Activus Investment Advisors for how it is playing out on the sharemarket.
Protesters have blocked a Melbourne freeway after Victoria's government said it had little choice but to shut down the state's construction industry due to a spread of the virus in the sector.
Phoebe is a nine-year-old girl who happens to have Down’s Syndrome. Her father, Matthew, describes how in so many ways she is just like any other little girl. Yet, he recounts the ways in which people often seem subconsciously conditioned to view his daughter as a condition rather than as a person. This is an attitude he is determined to challenge …
A survey by Dementia Australia has found two-thirds of people living with the condition might also experience discrimination.
Pfizer hopes children will soon have authorised use of their COVID-19 vaccine in the United States, Europe and other countries.
While Angela Merkel was seen as a giant on the world stage, many German people are reluctant for their country to take a leading role in international politics.
Chinese markets fell broadly as concerns about Evergrande’s failing investments begin to scare international markets. The negative news out of China dragged down the Dow Jones nearly 800 points on Monday as of early afternoon. Cryptos moved lower as well on Monday, although it doesn’t appear that Evergrande owns any cryptocurrencies in its portfoli…
The creators of the AstraZeneca vaccine have issued a plea to Australian seniors, urging them not to ‘wait’ for Pfizer or Moderna jabs as the Delta strain spreads across the country.
Uncertainty remains for many Afghan refugees - with many on short term visas with no clear pathway to permanent resettlement in Australia.
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In this week’s episode, Mark is joined by Mark Lamarr and Elliot Steel as he tries to make sense of the return of imperial weights and measures, The Liberal Democrats Party Conference and Jeremy Vine riding a penny-farthing See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Cabinet Ministers are rallying around former federal Attorney General Christian Porter as he faces calls to resign from parliament.
Welcome to A Woman’s Brew, where women talk about beer! The wonderful Polly Di Silvestri came to chat to A Woman’s Brew: The Podcast this week. She is a photographer, Sales Manager at Solvay Society and a Belgian beer aficionado! We chat abbey beers, moving Solvay Society during a pandemic, and cheese! Thank you so much for chatting to us Polly – w…
Pensioners say the increase is just over one dollar extra a day, leaving many of Australia's 2.6 million aged pensioners struggling to pay their bills.
SBS Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Julia Lee from Burman Invest as the sharemarket slumps amid another fall in the iron ore price. Do the miners look attractive now?
Advocates say Auslan is just another of Australia's many languages and more interpreters are needed.
Victoria's numbers are increasing, with 567 new local cases.
Relations between Australia and France took a turn for the worse following revelations the new AUKUS security deal would scupper Australia's submarine contract with France.
US President Joe Biden is expected to develop a plan to transfer 100 million vaccines to poorer countries before they expire.
Some vulnerable Australians are struggling to cover fines for breaches of public health orders with legal groups calling for an improved system.
Melbourne's lockdown will end once 70 per cent of Victorians aged 16 and over are fully vaccinated.
https://paypal.me/DavidSeaman https://fulcrumnews.com What a weird time to be alive. They’re trying to cull the populace. Nothing else adds up. Two years of psychological torture, then push into a faulty vaccine that appears to maim and kill, and those who complain about their negative experiences on social media are rapidly banned everywhere — a d…
More than 230 people have been arrested and 10 police officers injured at a violent anti-lockdown rally in Melbourne.
Olivia Williams - a young Koori woman - founded the platform Blak Business to facilitate broader learning and discussion about issues impacting First Nations peoples.
Around 500 small to medium businesses were scaling up to supply the French submarine construction company, until the Government cancelled the deal.
New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian says the government is working on its reopening plans once 80 per cent of people are double-dosed
Finance Editor Ricardo Gonçalves speaks with Citi's Elizabeth Tian about the latest slump in the iron ore price along with concerns about China's property sector with one of its biggest real estate developers teetering on collapse.
More than 12 months on from Black Lives Matter, booksellers say the enthusiasm for stories about anti-racism hasn’t gone away.