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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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Access ESF Fully Funded Short Leadership courses with The University of Sunderland. This podcast details the suite of short courses available to business in the NE as part of the ESF Project. Ian Carr, Senior lecturer gives his overview of what to expect from these courses and how to choose the correct leadership course for you!.…
 
On May 23rd 1986 Julie Perigo told a friend that she was meeting a man named “Old Geoff”. A week later she was found murdered in her home. Police have never traced “Old Geoff” and 35 years on, her killing remains Sunderland’s longest unsolved murder – despite a list of 6000 suspects. But could Margaret from the chip shop hold the key to solving thi…
 
In honour of Movember, we’re joined by Psychology academics Dr Rebecca Owens and Dr Helen Driscoll to discuss all things men! We’ll be digging deep into stereotypes, toxic masculinity, inclusion and the role society plays in depicting gender roles, and the impact this has on our mental health and wellbeing..…
 
In this episode, we're joined by University staff from our Widening Access and Participation and Student Recruitment team to discuss how we as an institution support inequalities in access and success in higher education. We also have some current students joining us who will share their insight on their student experience..…
 
Emma Robinson, Accreditation Manager at the National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ), joins us to talk about the benefits of studying an NCTJ-accredited course. If you’re interested in studying and fast-tracking your career in journalism, then this is the episode for you! .저자 University of Sunderland
 
It’s spooky season, so the gang takes a trip back to 1683, when the devil arrived in Country Durham and commanded a farm hand named Andrew Mills to murder three children with an axe in a crime described as “the most horrid and barbarous murder that was ever heard in the North”. And if you so wish, you can try and summon the killer at midnight on Ha…
 
In March 1988 Britain experienced an odd couple of weeks of public executions, lynchings and even a gun attack at a funeral. You’d think you’d remember it. In the concluding episode of our three episode series the bodies of the so-called Gibraltar Three – IRA members shot in the street by the SAS – are returned home for burial, but a mourner at the…
 
Starting university can be daunting, especially when it comes to making friends. In this episode, we're joined by some current students of ours who share their top tips on how to make some great connections and help alleviate any worries students may be having this time of year..저자 University of Sunderland
 
In the spring of 1988, Britain lost its mind. Public executions. Lynching. A gunfight at a funeral. Four million chickens dying in the aftermath of an interview on regional TV. We’re genuinely surprised you don’t remember. In the second of a three part series we examine the aftermath of the SAS’ very public killing of three IRA members in Gibraltar…
 
At the University of Sunderland, the Disability Support Team (DST) provide information, support, and guidance to students with disabilities, mental health difficulties, specific learning differences (such as Dyslexia), Autism Spectrum conditions and long-term medical conditions. The team offer this support to current students and applicants so i…
 
In the spring of 1988, Britain lost its mind. Public executions. Lynching. A gunfight at a funeral. Unforeseen consequences for the makers of Count Duckula and Danger Mouse. We’re genuinely surprised you don’t remember. In the first of a three part series, we return to March 1988, when the SAS used lethal force to prevent an IRA bomb attack in Gibr…
 
According to the NHS website, Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person's blood sugar level to become too high. There are 2 main types of diabetes and we are here today to discuss those two types in a little more detail, identify the symptoms, the causes and cover what it is like to live with diabetes. We'll also be covering the supp…
 
Are you a new or recent graduate fro the University of Sunderland? You probably think that's it from us once you've graduated. But that's not the case – our Sunderland Futures team have got your back with three years of careers support! We call that Graduate LaunchpadIn this episode, the team discuss what kinds of support you can access w…
 
On July 8th 1998, Stephen Sweeney didn’t come home from work. Maybe this wasn’t unusual – his furniture business had been struggling lately, so it’s to be expected that he was working every hour he could to keep the factory open. But he wasn’t answering his phone. And at 9pm his partner went to the Gateshead factory to see where he was. She found h…
 
Something you might not appreciate about climbing Everest is... it’s a bit fiddly. Lethally fiddly. And lethally chilly. And lethally tiring. In fact that 4% of people die while doing it. And in most cases, it’s impossible to recover their bodies. As a result there are as many as 300 dead bodies on the mountain, including the remains of David Sharp…
 
To honour the last week of Pride Month, University Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Manager Justine Gillespie is joined by University staff and students from the LGBTQI+ community to discuss the importance of Pride and also cover what support is in place at the university. If you are an applicant joining us in September or are a current student…
 
In this episode we're joined by Student Administration Officer, Megan Molloy and Events and Applicant Experience Coordinator, Stephen Goldsmith to cover all things UCAS, Applications, Clearing and Adjustment. So if you are applying late, reconsidering your options or just want more information, stay tuned to find out everything you need to know.…
 
On July 1st 2010 Raoul Moat was released from Durham prison. 5 days later - after the largest manhunt in Northumbria Police history – he would be dead, having shot three people, declared war on the police, seen 35,000 people join a supportive Facebook group and had a football legend in a dressing gown turn up to take him fishing. But he was an utte…
 
At 8am on Friday August 1981 the phone rang at Ripon police station. A voice announced police would find “a decomposed body among the willow herbs” at a particular grid reference close to Sutton Bank top. The caller refused to give a name “for reasons of national security” and hung up. Police attended the scene and, at popular picnic site, found th…
 
In this very special episode, Everyone Dies in Sunderland teams up with the wonderful Jenny from Its Murder Up North to take a look at the crimes of Hartlepool-born multiple murderer Arthur “The Fox” Hutchinson, one only 23 prisoners to be serving a whole life tariff. Don’t compare Bold the Fox Cub to a murderer though – call him “Slapstick Bundy” …
 
Have you applied to Sunderland but are wanting some insight into where to stay when it comes to accommodation? Or perhaps you want to know more about the options available?In this episode, we’re joined by Accommodation Manager Emma Colbeck who will shed some light on the different choices available, how applicants can apply for accommodat…
 
Ian McPake, Programme Leader for our BA (Hons) Film Production course, joins us for this fascinating episode as we take a deep dive into Martin Scorsese’s ‘Goodfellas’, often considered one of the greatest films ever made. We take a broader look at the gangster genre and Goodfellas’ place within it, explore the now-iconic casting, and discuss th…
 
A little after 7am on Sunday September 1st 2016 Peter Maine went for a jog through the centre of Durham. A short while later he was found by the banks of the River Wear with three stab wounds to the heart. To this day we don’t know if it was murder or suicide. No sign of robbery. No defensive wounds. So suicide? In which case, what happened to the …
 
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