In this episode, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Lauren Galligan talk to Sharan & Daniel from the student group Tackling Elitism and Lucie & Jorja from the student society The 93% Club. The discussion focuses on the class divide found throughout British universities as well the problems, such as Edinburgh Uni's detrimental cuts to bursaries, which have been worsened by the pandemic
In this episode, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Fiona McDonald talk to Claudia and James from the charity People Know How about digital poverty and its solutions, including their new 'Connectivity Now' campaign
In this episode, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Edinburgh University History Society's Lucy Parfitt hold the School of History, Classics and Archaeology to account on institutionalised racism, Eurocentrism and BAME under-representation
Starting a new series, The Broad's Jack Liddall and Caroline Broe interview the President and Vice President (Activities and Services) of Edinburgh University Student Association about mental health, student life and how the university and union are responding to the pandemic.
This week, Ailie Ross-Oliver and Jack Liddall spoke to Lindsay Paterson, Professor of Education Policy at the University of Edinburgh, about education policy during and after COVID-19.
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This week, Ailie Ross-Oliver and Felix Pawlyn spoke to former EUSA President Andrew Wilson about diversity at universities as well as mental health provision, fees and Brexit.
This week, Mia and her guests discuss the tensions between the body acceptance movement and medical advice when it comes to weight gain and weight loss.