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Author: Jacob, Huw and Abby

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A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. We’ll be sharing our thoughts, but more importantly, we’ll be hearing from the experts, and those whose lives have been most affected and disrupted. Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!
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BONUS EPISODE: LGBTQ+

BONUS EPISODE: LGBTQ+

2020-08-2641:57

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Lisa Power, British sexual health and LGBT rights campaigner, and Adberrahim Elhabachi from Glitter Cymru. We'll be talking about how COVID-19 has affected people within the LGBTQ+ community and what the first virtual pride will be like.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording.
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to our first 'worlds first' as we have Jac and Abby's boss, Sophie Howe, The Future Generations Commissioner of Wales. We'll be talking about how we can recover from COVID-19 with the interests of future generations at heart and how this can be an opportunity for us to make progress against our world leading legislation, the Well-being of Future Generations Act. Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're catching up with our hosts Jac and Huw as well as our Producer Abby. We'll be talking about how we are coping now restrictions are starting to ease, and what we've been doing to keep ourselves happy and healthy during COVID-19.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording.
Episode 14: Women

Episode 14: Women

2020-07-2740:19

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to parental rights activist and self-confessed 'jack of all trades', Sarah Rees,We'll be talking about how COVID-19 has affected Women and parents across Wales and what life will be like as restrictions start to ease.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording.
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to our friend Chloe Smith, co-founder of bigmoose and their amazing coffee shop in the centre of Cardiff. It runs like a normal coffee shop "but the profits from bigmoose coffee co. are being used to help homeless and other disadvantaged people get back into work and society." We'll be talking about how COVID-19 has affected the hospitality industry across Wales and what life will be like as restrictions start to ease.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording.
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Joe Allen, Policy Officer at the TUC and Hannah Cole, one third of the thriving Welsh independent Cole and Co, about how COVID-19 has affected businesses and workers across Wales and what life will be like as restrictions start to ease.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Meurig Jones, a Headteacher of a Secondary School in South Wales about how COVID-19 has impacted the world of education and how teachers are preparing for the return of some of their students following the ease of lockdown restrictions.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. Meurig Jones, a Headteacher of a Secondary School in South Wales
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Pembrokeshires youngest Councillor, Joshua Beynon, and German Student Activist, Rebecca Freitag, about how COVID-19 has impacted on young people not only in Wales but across the worldTogether we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. Resources: Big White Wall - Online counselling service for young people aged 16+.CALM - The Campaign against Living Miserably aims to reduce suicide rates among young men in the UK.Doc Ready - Prepares young people for their first visit to their GP to talk about their mental health.Get Connected - Support and signposting for young people under the age of 25. Telephone, email, text and web chat support.Kooth - Online counselling and support for children and young people.Mind - National mental health charity providing information and advice.The Mix - Mental health information and support for the under-25s.The Youth Wellbeing Directory - Online resource for families and young people up to the age of 24 listing local mental health services in their area.
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Adam Jones, a Senior Policy Officer at Public Health Wales and Helen Atkinson, part of the strategy team at Scouts Cymru, about how COVID-19 has impacted on those working on the frontline both in the public and voluntary sector.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
Black Lives Matter

Black Lives Matter

2020-06-0716:58

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're giving up our platform to support the movement against racism across the world, because Black Lives Matter. Please spend the rest of the time you would have been listening to this podcast, to check out one of the organisations mentioned below, or to sign a petition, because as Martin Luther King Jr. said "There comes a time when silence is betrayal."Resources: You can donate to the official memorial fund set up by George Floyd’s family hereEthnic Minorities & Youth Support Team (EYST) is an award-winning charity which supports BME young people, families and individuals in Wales. It has been mapping the breadth and diversity of BAME organisations in Wales, hereRace Alliance Wales is a group of individuals and organisations working together to improve race equality in Wales.For emotional support, BAATN is the home of the largest community of therapists of Black, African, Asian and Caribbean Heritage in the UKYou can support Black Lives Matter, find resources and sign up to petitions hereColor of Change helps people respond to global injustice.Glitter Cymru provides support to BAME LGBTQ+ peopleThe Muslim Council of Wales work hard to help community unificationPrivilege Cafe - allows people to recognise their privilege and how they can use it for good.Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Phil George, Chair of the Arts Council of Wales and Huw Thomas, BBC Wales Correspondent, about how COVID-19 has affected the the Arts and Cultural sector in Wales.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Rocio Cifuentes - Chief Executive of EYST - Ethnic Minorities and Youth Support Team, about how COVID-19 has affected the BAME community in Wales.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
Episode 5: We're Back!

Episode 5: We're Back!

2020-05-1843:53

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're having a little catch up with our producer Abby after taking a little break. Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
Episode 4: The Media

Episode 4: The Media

2020-04-2036:41

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we're talking to Guto Harri, writer, broadcaster and strategic communications consultant about how the media has handled the pandemic, what was done well and what could have been done differently.Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
Episode 3: Politics

Episode 3: Politics

2020-04-1341:30

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Politics. We're joined by Professor Laura McAllister and Jess Blair (Director of Electoral Reform Society Cymru).Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. This week we discuss the impact of COVID-19 on Sports and Events. We're joined by Dewi Preece, Sports Journalist in New Zealand and Owen Hathway Assistant Director - Insight, Policy and Public Affairs at Sport Wales. Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
What is COVID-19?

What is COVID-19?

2020-03-2835:56

A podcast that looks at the impact of the coronavirus on life in Wales. We’ll be sharing our thoughts, but more importantly, we’ll be hearing from the experts, and those whose lives have been most affected and disrupted.  This week we have our resident expert, Dr Catherine Moore from Public Health Wales who helped to develop the COVID-19 tests used in Wales. Together we’ll unpick our way through the science and try to better understand the weeks and months ahead. From Wuhan to Wales, and everything in between, this is the podcast to take on the pandemic!Please note: This podcast is recorded remotely to adhere to the latest Governments advice so there may be some sound interference. All facts were correct at the time of recording. 
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