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The University of Sunderland podcast, is a series of podcasts that bring together our students and experts to discuss big ideas and topical issues that tie in with their current and future research in their specialist field. Featuring in-depth conversations, the podcasts are intended to showcase their opinions and views on important matters as well as a route to insider knowledge on new trends and upcoming key issues. The series will cover a wide range of topics from gun control to gender fl ...
 
Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities ...
 
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In November 1995 the sitcom Caroline in the City – Lea Thompson played a woman called Caroline who lived in a city – tried to boost its profile with crossover episodes with the (much popular) Friends and Frasier. In a completely unrelated note, this episode sees us team up with Lindsay and Madison from Ye Olde Crime podcast! They tell us all about …
 
Today is International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT), and to celebrate, we're joined by members of the LGBTQI+ community and allies to discuss its importance and uncover what still needs to be done in order to achieve true equality..저자 University of Sunderland
 
Academics from the School of Hospitality, Events, Aviation, and Tourism join us in this episode to discuss the future of the industry and how they think it will look in a post-Covid world. Stay tuned to hear insight from our experts and discover how this will be applied to the teaching for these courses..…
 
In this episode of the University of Sunderland podcast, we're joined by Senior Lecturer in Immunology Dr Jane Falconer, to discuss the vaccine programme for Covid-19, the types of vaccines available and the ‘myths’ surrounding the vaccination process. More than 33 million people in the UK have received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine…
 
Ever wondered why we called our show “Everyone Dies In Sunderland”? It’s actually nothing to do with true crime at all. But it is related to the very sad, very public, death of Carry On legend Sid James. The gang then takes a look at the harrowing lives of some of the other cast members of the legendary comedy franchise.Gareth tells us about the li…
 
In 1994 four teenage boys in Sunderland – all students from the same school – died one after another, with their bodies found for the most part in burning sheds or derelict buildings with ligatures around their neck. The police insisted nothing sinister was going on. A lot of true crime shows will at some point say “this sounds like something out o…
 
ReportOUT is a global SOGIESC (sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and sex characteristics) human rights organisation founded and chaired by our Senior Lecturer in Sociology and Programme Leader of the MSc Inequality and Society Drew Dalton. In this episode, Drew joins us to discuss a number of human rights abuses that currently affe…
 
Meet the possible serial killer who might be back on the streets this December The gang revisits 1997, and investigates North Shields-born Allan Grimson – convicted of killing two men, suspected of killing three and possibly responsible for the deaths of up to twenty undiscovered victims. There’s a good chance he’ll be released this December. The g…
 
It's Fashion Revolution week, and today we're joined by Senior Lecturer in Fashion Design and Promotion Naomi Austin to discuss sustainable textiles, fast fashion and making the fashion system more eco friendly. If you are interested in finding out more about the fast fashion industry and what you can do to help the sustainable movement, sta…
 
In 1978 a hoaxer from Wearside led the police searching for a notorious serial killer on a wild goose chase. Actual wild geese would have done a better job of catching him. Seriously, the guy literally fell out of the sky and landed on the police at one point and it still took them 18 years to catch him. This is the story of the notorious hoaxer We…
 
Feels like it's been AGES since Betty & Stevie properly caught up. It must be, because apparently Betty "misses Stevie's face". Yeah, right! Betty & Stevie share their experience of receiving the "little prick" - erm, vaccine, and what they're looking forward to as the lockdown lifts. And we want to hear from you - have you received your little pri…
 
The gang takes a look at the murder of noted dermatologist Dr David Birkett by the notable idiot Reg Wilson, an attempt to commit the perfect murder with the aid of Japanese erotica, stencils and crashing a motorbike into a wall like Jay did on The Inbetweeners that time, but still managing to leave fingerprints at the scene. Reg did manage to buil…
 
Today we're joined by staff from our school of Medicine to celebrate National Doctors' Day!GP Lead and Clinical Tutor Dr. Alison Craig and Team Leader in GP Education Dr. Julian Hargreaves, who are also both practicing GP's also, discuss their careers, their reasons for choosing the field and we find out more about their role at the universi…
 
Earlier this month we celebrated International Women’s Day with just some of the incredible women that make this university. To mark the day we recorded this episode and spoke about women's achievements, the challenges they have faced on their journeys, and how they have each taken action for equality. .…
 
The gang remembers the Monkseaton Shootings of 1989 – which despite being Britain’s fourth worst mass shooting – no-one else seems to do. Seriously, the BBC’s anniversary story was literally headlined “town struggles to remember shootings”. Britain’s fourth worst mass shooting! John takes steps to avoid an accidental comeback in local radio. Claire…
 
Are you interested in knowing more about student life here in Sunderland? In this episode, we're joined by some current international students of ours who are sharing their experiences on how they adapted to life in the UK, the application process and their reasons for choosing Sunderland.If you are considering applying to Sunderland in the …
 
The gang’s time travelling Vauxhall Cavalier once again materialises in 1991 to conclude the story of Albert Dryden, his sort-of-televised murder of Harry Collinson, and shootings of BBC reporter Tony Belmont in the arm and police officer Stephen Campbell in the “lower back”. Claire boycotts KFC. John considers buying opium. Gareth channel’s Russ A…
 
The gang takes a trip back to 1991 to explore the sort-of-televised murder of planning officer Harry Collinson by “harmless lover of ballistics” Albert Dryden, close to John’s native Consett. John discusses the Hartlepool monkey-hanging incident with Doc Brown from Back to the Future. Gareth takes a shine to a catchphrase idea. Claire’s brother blo…
 
The gang revisits 1990 to take a closer look at the unsolved murder of Ann Heron in Darlington in 1990, and yes, the poetry inspired by it. John improves ITV dramas before becoming preoccupied with honey. Gareth raps twice. Claire convinces some children that she’s a witch before teaching the listeners how to impregnate a pig. Jasper Carrot parodie…
 
The gang returns to 1993 to explore the unsolved murder which took place at the end of John’s road, the killing of takeaway delivery driver Paul Logan. John writes to the Queen. Claire explains where baby foxes come from. Gareth loses 52% of the audience. The IRA fail to stop Mr Blobby. Digressions in this episode include: The Animals of Farthing W…
 
In this episode, Programme Leader for Fashion Journalism Carole Watson, and Senior Lecturer in Online Journalism Neil Macfarlane join us to discuss journalism, media law, fake news and free speech. Carole worked as a journalist and editor for magazines and national newspapers for 25 years, including roles as Deputy Editor of Grazia and Head of F…
 
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