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Taboos is a sexual health programme. Every week listeners can know more about sexual problems or issues. This week the topic is contraception.
By: Frederik Gammelby
In the podcast series ”Irvine Welsh’s Edinburgh – A Podcast Series” host Frederik Gammelby follows the literary tracks of one of Scotland’s most famous contemporary writers, Irvine Welsh. Starting out with examining Welsh’s 1998 book “Filth”, Frederik tries to find out what Welsh is saying between the lines, and what that tells us of 21st century life in the Scottish capital.
By Ari Brynjolfsson
Alcoholism affects up to 14% of all people sometime in their life, being young and out of control is considered standard by many, but what if it’s ruining your life. Sober Up is a guide to becoming sober and making your life worth living.
By Giulia Maccagli
You have always dreamt about travelling, but the idea of going as a solo female stops you? Listen to “Women All Around the World” show, where ordinary women share their experiences and give tips on travelling as a solo female.
In this episode we discover Jordan, in the Middle East. … Get your backpack ready and start travelling with your imagination!
by Iain Jones
In the first episode of this series, we compare Catalonia’s separatist movement with that of Scotland’s.
Contributions come from John MacInnes, Professor of Sociology at the University of Edinburgh, as well as from Edinburgh Napier University students Pau, Gemma, Nicholas, Abbey, Claire and Rebekah.
Hello Everyone, My name is Paloma Ferreira and welcome to Chain Reaction Chats, a podcast about social issues surrounding our digital age today.
In this series I aim to bring awareness to these issues and hope to start a chain reaction of positive social change.
In this week’s episode I will be highlighting online bullying especially on social media.
I will be discussing online bullying facts and statistics and reviewing the new human interest documentary “A Brave Heart: The Lizzie Velasquez Story”
I’m Laurenci Dow, and welcome to my podcast series Mass Creative. The show that finds and reports on original spaces and events in Edinburgh and the people behind them.
St Margret’s House on London road a former Government office block is slowly being transformed into what is being described as “an indie arts center, a hive of creative energy” (ArtWork)
I decide to visit this creative hive to find out more…
by Jasmin Seidl
Have you ever tasted Japanese food before?
Is Sushi the first and maybe only dish you can think of?
Then tune in to this episode of the Radio Kitchen Show and learn about table manners, Japanese dishes and funny food names to the Sound of traditional Japanese music.
By Abbey Fleming
This series discusses how big issues are presented in the internet age and how social media acts as a tool for them to be highlighted from a different perspective.
In this episode, everyday Facebook users share their views on the Facebook page Humans of New York’s posts regarding the refugee crisis and discuss how the page’s posts have helped their understanding of what’s going on.
By Rebecca Sawyers
A podcast series exploring the most strange and unusual news stories from around the world featuring student guest speakers.
By Yasmeen Fekri
This app allows an intoxicated person to be safe and sensible according to its creator Josh Anton. It can block your contacts when needed so you don’t drunk call them, find your drinking buddies where ever they are and even find you a taxi or give you walking directions to where you want to go next using GPS.
By Yasmin Duncan
Great Britain has equal marriage, same sex couples can adopt children and LGBT people are protected from discrimination by the law. But this progress has been slow and hard-fought. Many young people still struggle to reveal their sexual orientation to themselves, their family and their employers.
Why is it still so difficult for LGBT people to come out?
By Koldo Sandoval
Do you have any plan for the next weekend?
Do you like live music?
Radio Napier give you 4 options for going out…Enjoy Edinburgh’s night out.
By Jasper Farrell
Following the recent release of their latest album, Music Complete, this podcast looks back at the history of the band and the recent departure of Peter Hook. Following their transition from the bleak sounds of Joy Division to the more vibrant music that the band became famous for, this podcast asks what role the band play in today’s music scene, and what makes them so resilient to last over 30 years.
By Anthie Parisi.
On this podcast we will travel together on many places around the world.
I will talk to you about the sights you can visit and I will give you an overall description of the city I present you.
You can hear many people stating their opinion about this city and you will be given some useful tips.
I hope you enjoy it as I enjoy travelling.
By Nicholas Mairs.
Socialist firebrand Jeremy Corbyn defied the odds, going from backbench rebel to leader of the UK Labour Party. With the Scottish political landscape seemingly in a constant state of flux, can Corbyn’s brand of politics win back Scottish voters?