Catherine Wintermeyer meets the University of Manchester's University Challenge team captain Richard Gilbert and team coach of 15 years Stephen Pearson after their recent win of University Challenge.
It's a Manchester Student Media Awards special in the latest edition of The Winchester podcast. Tris and Matt fill us in on what happened on the night, give their predictions on who they thought the winners would be and much more.
As Marissa is ill again, Luke is joined by Tim, a Radio 4 natural, to talk about all things classical. In particular, they discuss Ed Sheeran vs. Schubert, Electroacoustic Music, Dubstep, Stravinsky, Student Elections and a new producer called Viv Aldi.
This week on 'The World at When', Graham Sniffchin probes into the policies of the candidates in the forthcoming Manchester Student Union elections, foreign correspondant Chico Bonanza reports from 'Venezuela' following the death of Hugo Chavez, and sports reporter Sardiné Macatooth makes a surprising announcement.
This week, on the World at When, anchorman G. Sniffchin & Co. bring you the best news from this universe and its neighbours. We discuss the ethics and implications of Sauron forging his one ring, the continuing struggle for Disneyland's independence from the USA, Hercules' forthcoming autobiography, and more.
In this episode we talk about child stroke and interview Eileen, the mother of Daisy, a little girl who survived stroke when she was 21 months old. We also talk to Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, stroke researcher and President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manchester, and to Professor Stuart Allan from the Faculty of Life Sciences.
What happened when I caught up with Andy Burrows backstage at the Ruby Lounge. Andy's worked with We Are Scientists, Razorlight, I Am Arrows, as well as working on the new score for The Snowman and the Snowdog. His new solo album "Company" is out now, with a new single 'If I Had a Heart' out on April 1st.
This week in your world, University Challenge hooliganism reached highest levels since 1987, David Willetts proposed the deportation of graduates to Eastern Europe, Caffè Nero said that they plan to ban Christians, and more. All aboard the news cruise.
Lesbian Plebian join us in the studio and we play 'Got Got Need' from their EP (link below). They also play 2 acoustic songs. We discuss many topics including concepts, dreams and whether fans are needed.
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