1823 Podcast is a place where you can hear interesting conversations about a wide range of issues, debated by some of the fascinating people at, or connected to, Liverpool John Moores University.
A host of voices from the LJMU community – academics, professional staff, students and alumni – discuss everything from mental health to the cultural legacy of The Beatles.
The climate crisis: what do we need to do next?
What needs to happen now in our fight against the climate crisis?
World leaders gathered in Glasgow this month for COP26. Debates were had and agreements were reached but are they enough and how will they translate into real action?
LJMU academics Dr Colm Bowe and Dr Stephanie Evers reflect on COP26 and discuss the next steps in the greatest challenge facing the world.
What does disability mean in 2021?
As Disability History Month begins (18 November – 20 December), this episode discusses what disability means in 2021? How does hidden disability fit into this and what are the challenges for the future?
Our guests on this episode are:
Phil Vickerman, LJMU Pro-Vice Chancellor (Strategic Initiatives) & Professor of Inclusive Education and Learning
Keren Coney, LJMU Careers and Employability Consultant and member of LJMU Disability Staff Network
Jack Fitzpatrick, 3rd year Education Studies and Inclusion student and co-founder of Inclusive Environments
Laura Knowles, 3rd year Student Mental Health Nurse and former JMSU Disability Part-Time Officer
Our speakers discuss their own lived experiences of disability plus what we can do next in the workplace and as a society to be more inclusive.
What do we need from COP26?
In this episode, we discuss the COP26 summit being held in Glasgow.
It is bringing nations together to accelerate action against climate change.
But what actions do we need to take to save our planet and how serious is the climate crisis we face?
Discussing those questions and more besides are Dr Tim Lane (programme leader for BSc Climate Change at LJMU), Dr Celine Germont-Duret (senior lecturer in Human Geography at LJMU) and Emma Wood (third year Geography student at LJMU).
9/11: reflections 20 years on
Dr James Crossland and Peter Williams reflect on the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
They discuss the attacks, the history of al-Qaeda and the impact of 9/11 on global security, policing and counter-terrorism.
James is a Reader in International History at LJMU.
Peter is a senior lecturer at LJMU in the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing Studies.
Lexicon Ep1 - Bridgerton and others with Producer Sarada McDermott
For the first episode of LEXICON The Liverpool John Moores University Creative Writing podcast, host John Maxwell is joined by Liverpool-born producer Sarada McDermott, producer of #1 Netflix series Bridgerton. Sarada discusses a long a distinguished career in film, crossing over to streaming television and she advises students on how to build a career in the industry.
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The Mental Edge (part five) - football, psychology and the Euros
Is it finally coming home?
Dr Francesca Champ and Dr Gillian Cook reflect on England’s Euro 2020 semi-final victory against Denmark and look ahead to the nation’s first appearance in a final for 55 years.
In the final part of this ‘Mental Edge’ mini series of the podcast, Fran and Gill talk about different aspects of sports psychology in the build up to the showdown between England and Italy.
They discuss gamesmanship, redemption and followership.
Dr Francesca Champ and Dr Gillian Cook are lecturers in sport and psychology in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences at Liverpool John Moores University.