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Get closer to the researchers who inspire change and find answers to the questions that really matter to you.

Research Reimagined Podcast Series Nottingham Trent University

    • Education

Get closer to the researchers who inspire change and find answers to the questions that really matter to you.

    Ep.6 - Shaking off the January blues: top tips for a brighter start to the New Year - Dr Daria Kuss

    Ep.6 - Shaking off the January blues: top tips for a brighter start to the New Year - Dr Daria Kuss

    It's natural to feel a little down after the festive season. In this episode of the Re:search Re:imagined podcast, we're finding out how to tackle those January Blues and get a positive start to 2023.

    • 17 min
    Ep.5 - Slots of fun: The inside track on behavioural addiction - Professor Mark Griffiths

    Ep.5 - Slots of fun: The inside track on behavioural addiction - Professor Mark Griffiths

    In this episode of the Research Reimagined podcast, we speak to distinguished NTU professor, Dr Mark Griffiths, who is an expert in behavioural addiction.

    • 29 min
    Ep.4 “Ay up miduck!” - Exploring Nottingham culture and why it matters - Professor Amanda Briggs-Goode and Professor Natalie Braber

    Ep.4 “Ay up miduck!” - Exploring Nottingham culture and why it matters - Professor Amanda Briggs-Goode and Professor Natalie Braber

    Culture is the glue that binds us together and forms communities. But why is it important to preserve our culture for future generations? In this episode, launched on Robin Hood Day (29 October 2022), we explore and celebrate Nottingham’s history of language and lace, and why it still matters today. Professor Natalie Braber, an expert in language and linguistics, and Professor Amanda Briggs-Goode, an expert in lace, printed textiles and textile heritage, discuss why it’s important to preserve our local culture, and what methods can be used to preserve the history of the disappearing Mining and Lace communities of Nottingham.

    • 36 min
    Ep.3 - Mental health and motherhood: confronting racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare - Dr Dung Jidong

    Ep.3 - Mental health and motherhood: confronting racial and ethnic disparities in healthcare - Dr Dung Jidong

    This week on the Research Reimagined podcast, we're reflecting on Black History Month and World Mental Health Day with an episode on black women's mental health.

    • 25 min
    Ep.1 - Can you drive out evil? Breaking the silence on exorcisms, religious freedom and consent - Dr Reverend Helen Hall

    Ep.1 - Can you drive out evil? Breaking the silence on exorcisms, religious freedom and consent - Dr Reverend Helen Hall

    This podcast explores the relationship between religious exorcisms and the law. There’s been a surprising surge in exorcisms throughout the world recently, but should we be concerned?

    • 28 min
    Ep.2 - Can you kill someone in your sleep, and get away with it? Investigating sleep disorders and the legal ramifications of sleep-related crimes - Professor John Groeger and Lecturer John Rumbold

    Ep.2 - Can you kill someone in your sleep, and get away with it? Investigating sleep disorders and the legal ramifications of sleep-related crimes - Professor John Groeger and Lecturer John Rumbold

    What does our brain do when we're asleep? Can we move consciously? Could we even kill someone? And, could we get away with it? In this episode, our experts answer all of our burning questions about sleep.

    • 47 min

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