By Dana Hall
Did you know that cotton is responsible for roughly 16% of all pesticide and insecticide use? We sit down with Cat Anderson, owner of ethical clothing store Treen, and talk about everything from studying fashion to what constitutes an ethical brand.
This episode is dedicated to the monumental TV series Game of Thrones adapted from A Song of Ice and Fire written by George R.R. Martin. In a fictional medieval setting, Game of Thrones borrowed some historical events to British History that we will aim to connect.
But one thing…BEWARE OF SPOILERS!
By Isa Reneman
In this episode of Dragons and Discussions, I talk about the ways in which the Dragon Age video game series uses characters as a tool for worldbuilding. I am joined by special guests Kate and Laura, two fellow long-time fans of the series. We also discuss the impact of characterisation on gameplay, and the effect that well-written characters have on our enjoyment of the series.
By Abbie McAdam
‘As Greta Thunberg’s recent appearance at a UN convention on the environmental crisis went viral, she got children around the world talking about climate change. Here’s what some Scottish primary school children had to say about it…’
By Campbell Paterson
The Latest Taste is a podcast exploring the weird and wonderful world of craft beer through guided tastings. This first episode was recorded in Glasgow at the Grunting Growler bar with guests: Mairi Iredale, Iain Lindsay and beer expert Jehad Hatu. If you want to join in with the tastings, this weeks featured beers are:
Wylam Brewery – Scenarios of Disruption Small Pale
Schlenkerla – Rauchbier
Deadend Brew Machine – Profondo Rosso.
By Lea Levy
Behind Relationships is a series of podcast analysing relationships and friendships in an open and fun conversation.
Each month we will be discussing topics from cheating and woman/man friendship to dating apps and toxic friendships, nothing is off-limits for us.
In this episode, Léa and her co-host Virginie will take you through their conversation about what is cheating and why people cheat. They will also hear cheating stories from people who have been cheated on or who have cheated on their partner.
By Sophie Aristotelous
Reality TV has become increasingly popular and exists in many forms, from dating shows and competitions to following people in their every day lives.
Every week on Behind the Scenes of Reality TV, Sophie and her guests explore a certain aspect of the genre, and its impact on society, by using examples from different reality shows.
On today’s episode, the likeability, realness, and relevance of reality TV get discussed as Sophie speaks to both a group of her friends and Dr Sarah Artt about the cultural phenomenon.
By Liliya Nikolva
Next Call is a podcast that explores the importance of careers, professional passion, and how they affect our lives. More specifically, the podcast discusses the transition from one career orientation to another, the motivations behind the change, and how our guests started pursuing their next calling, so to speak.
Every month we invite a brave individual to speak to us, whereby we discuss the importance of professional fulfilment, how it affects our lives and how we must approach a change in careers- naturally with a little fear, but necessarily with strive and inspiration.
By Rachel Salveta
By Abeer Hussein
Scotland’s Climate Change is a podcast series about the different ways that climate change is affecting life in Scotland. Scotland’s climate is already changing. Over the last century sea levels have risen,temperatures have increased and rainfall patterns have changed, with increased seasonality and more heavy downpours. All these changes have raised much needed discussion on climate change.
In this episode we will find out about how Scotland has been affected by climate change and discuss the actions and steps, which could be taken to adapt.