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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.
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.
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).
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.
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. #Bridgerton #28DaysLater #LJMU #Netflix #Masterclass #writing #Liverpool #LiverpoolJohnMooresUniversity
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.
Dr Francesca Champ and Dr Gillian Cook reflect on the dramatic matches played so far in the knockout stages of Euro 2020. They look ahead to the huge match at Wembley between England and Germany. Of course, no discussion about matches between these two nations would be complete without talking about penalties – Gill and Fran talk about the psychology of the shootout. Dr Francesca Champ and Dr Gillian Cook are sport psychologists at Liverpool John Moores University.
As the group stages of Euro 2020 come to a close, it’s time for the big game players to step up as we enter the knockout phase. But what makes a big game player? In the third part of The Mental Edge mini-series, Dr Gillian Cook and Dr Francesca Champ from Liverpool John Moores University look at why some players thrive on the biggest stages. In this episode, Gill and Fran are joined by Dr Lisa O’Halloran from Coventry University.
In this second episode of ‘The Mental Edge’ mini-series, Dr Francesca Champ and Dr Gillian Cook reflect on the big issues from the opening few matches of Euro 2020 and look ahead to a clash between the game’s oldest rivals. They discuss the shocking collapse of Denmark’s Christian Eriksen during the match against Finland and the likely psychological impact on his team mates. Fran and Gill also cross swords ahead of the big match between their respective nations as England face Scotland. They talk about the enhanced motivation of playing against your greatest rivals. 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.
This is the first episode of ‘The Mental Edge’, a mini-series looking at the psychology behind elite performance at this summer’s football European Championships. 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. In this first episode, they discuss some of the factors that will shape a team’s performance at the Euros, from motivation and relationships, to home advantage and the impact of COVID.
As the Metropolitan Police starts using live facial recognition software on the streets of London, we discuss whether we should fear the creep of surveillance or welcome it as a tool to keep us safe. Our first guest is Karen Cummings from the Liverpool Centre for Advanced Policing. We then ask whether humans are as effective as machines when it comes to recognising faces. Dr Sarah Shrimpton and Dr Jessica Liu from LJMU’s Face Lab talk us through the fascinating world of facial identification, recognition and age progression software. Links Case study: Aric Austin age progression images Case study: Jaycee Dugard age progression images The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin
As the Senate trial gets under way, we discuss the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Dr Matthew Hill, Programme Leader of International Relations and Politics at LJMU, talks us through the impeachment process and what impact it may have on the 2020 presidential election. We ask if impeachment is shaping Trump’s decision-making and take a look at his approach to the current tensions with Iran. We also reflect on previous impeachments and the White House controversies of Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon. Twitter handle - @MatthewAlanHill The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin
Towards a green future

Towards a green future

2019-12-0934:41

LJMU was proud to host the Liverpool City Region’s first ever Environmental Summit. As part of the Year of the Environment 2019, ‘Towards a Green Future’ brought together 300 representatives from organisations across the city region. The 1823 Podcast team went along and chatted to: Dr Avril Rowley, from LJMU’s School of Education Steve Rotheram, the Liverpool City Region Metro Mayor (and LJMU alumnus) Clare Olver from the Mersey Forest Steven Connolly, Estate Director at Liverpool One Links: Liverpool City Region Year of the Environment 2019 The 1823 Podcast team  Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin
Black History Month

Black History Month

2019-10-2547:53

In this episode, we’re celebrating Black History Month. Our guests are: ·  Cllr Anna Rothery talking about becoming the first black Lord Mayor of Liverpool. ·  Phyll Opoku-Gyimah discussing how she co-founded UK Black Pride. ·  Dr Andre Keil telling the story of black Germany. ·  Plus, we revisit a previous conversation with Dr Andrea Livesey about Liverpool’s role in the slave trade. The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin
Faking it

Faking it

2019-10-1141:43

In this opening episode of our second season, we discuss the rise of deep fake videos, the history of fake news and the impact of propaganda on world events. Our guests on this episode are: · Dr Dave Ellis, Senior Lecturer at LJMU’s Media Technology Group · Dr James Crossland, a reader in International History at LJMU · Paul French, PhD researcher at LJMU Links Deep fake video – Bill Hader channels Tom Cruise ‘The quickness of the hand?’by Dr Dave Ellis ‘Trump's Britain First retweets challenge us to fight his fake news habit’ by Paul French The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin
Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 Trailer

2019-10-1101:48

A sneak preview of what’s coming up in season 2 of 1823 Podcast. The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin
Mind games

Mind games

2019-04-1235:26

With just a few tense weeks remaining in the Premier League title race, in this episode we’re talking mind games and the importance of psychology in sport. Our guests in this episode are: Dr Rob Morris, Senior Lecturer in Sport Social Science at LJMU Alice Stratford, PhD researcher at LJMU Jansen Moreno, Senior Analyst at Huddersfield Town Football Club and LJMU alumnus The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin, Marcy Rick and Lewis Ridley
Wellbeing Week

Wellbeing Week

2019-03-1141:32

As it’s Wellbeing Week at LJMU, we’re talking about striving for positive mental and physical health wherever we live, work or study. We’ll hear in this episode about different approaches to staying healthy and happy. Our guests in this episode are: Angela Samata, LJMU Honorary Fellow Rosie Steele, President of LJMU Student Minds Andy Keegan LJMU Rewards, Recognition and Engagement Manager Useful links: Zero Suicide Alliance Hub of Hope mental health support The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin, Marcy Rick and Lewis Ridley
A new deal for nature

A new deal for nature

2019-02-1436:38

“If we don’t take action, the collapse of our civilisations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon.” Sir David Attenborough. In this episode, we discuss the need for a new deal for nature. We explore how we are tackling environmental challenges at global, regional and local levels. Our guests on this episode are: ·  Dr Celine Germond-Duret, senior lecturer in Human Geography at LJMU (@CGermondDuret); ·  Zia Chaudhry, director of the Foundation for Citizenship at LJMU (@JustYAMuslim); ·  Rachael Harrison, LJMU student and volunteer at LJMU’s Forest School (@ljmu_FSRangers); and ·  Pupils from Liverpool College. The 1823 Podcast team Writer and presenter: Stuart Arrowsmith (@StuArrows) Producer: Michael Humphreys (@MykalMouse) Editor: Ben Jones (@benjamin_jjones) Artwork: Ryan James (@ryanjleeuk) With thanks to: Kimberly Larkin, Marcy Rick and Lewis Ridley
The photograph of ‘Earthrise’, taken from Apollo 8, is one of the most iconic images of the last century. It has been credited with changing our perception of our own planet and our attitude towards the environment. Exactly 50 years since it was taken, we explore the significance of the photograph, its impact on the environmental movement and discuss other influential photographs. Our guests on this episode are: · Professor Andy Newsam, professor of Astronomy Education and Engagement at LJMU’s Astrophysics Research Institute (@AstroAndyN) · Dr Laura Edwards, senior lecturer in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Technology at LJMU (@loopylol_laura) · Marc Provins, photographer and lecturer at LJMU’s School of Art and Design (@marcprovins) Links: You can view the images referenced in this episode at: · Earthrise - https://www.nasa.gov/image-feature/apollo-8-earthrise · Princess Diana shakes hands with an AIDS patient - https://read.bi/2LyydUZ · Princess Diana landmines campaign - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cumbria-41111012 · Harold Egerton’s ‘milk drop coronet’ - http://100photos.time.com/photos/harold-edgerton-milk-drop
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