Warning: This episode deals with some potentially sensitive topics surrounding mental health. We are not qualified experts. If anything in this episode affects you, please feel free to contact us, the university, or use the ‘support’ links we have provided.
Happy Friday! We hope you've had a wonderful week and are not too stressed about impending exams if you're a student like us! This week, in honor of mental health awareness week, we had our first ever guest on! Join us and Dermot Clancy, host of Emotionally Constipated on NSR, to chat about destigmatizing mental health and how to start those important conversations. We hope you find this episode relatable if you are struggling yourself, know you are not alone. If you don't, however, we hope this episode gives you an insight into how to support those who might.
We will be posting our favorite resources on our Instagram @teafortworadioshow so they are accessible to all to check out, and of course, if you want to say "Hi", our DM's are always open! And whilst you're there, why not check out Dermot's page too? He shares fantastic tips and resources over @emotionallyconstipated1
As always, we hope you have a fantastic weekend!
Claudia and Abbie
Have you ever wondered how you can get involved in the world of football without being good at the sport? That's what this podcast is all about! Alex Towells talks to a different guest from the world of football each episode about what they do, how they got there and how you can do it too. This week, Alex chats to Matt Trevillion, a Recruitment Analyst at Championship Barnsley, about how he got the job, what he looks for in a player and why his weekly reports look very similar to a certain, popular football simulation game...
Alex's Twitter: @AlexTowells
Matt's Twitter: @trevillion_
A pilot episode of a new podcast is wonderful thing, it's like the birth of a beautiful child. However this child is talking about movies, and occasionally swears. Complete with confusion of Hammer Horror as Hammersmith (although those studios were based in Hammersmith) and a technical error near the very end.
This pilot episodes sees your two hosts cover Cineworld's "30 Days of Cinema Challenge" where we discuss, in great brevity, some films that we like in accordance with the question set out by the day in question. It should be an enjoyable experience, but we won't hold you at gun point and force you to like the show.
Whether you love cooking or hate it more than assessments, this episode is stuffed like a turkey on Christmas with tips, hacks, and even a cheeky recipe or two!
What's your dinner go-to? Come say hi and let us know by sending us a message or leaving a comment on our Instagram! @teafortworadioshow where you'll also find plenty of episode-related content, previews, bloopers, a chance to help plan new episodes and chat! See you there!
This week has been longer than Long Boi, and end-of-year exams are sooner than we'd like them to be. Our brains deserve a break. Let's talk about what the best chocolate bar is and whether pineapple belongs on pizza. Does that sound like a plan to you? It sure did to us!
!!!!!WARNING!!!!! This episode might make you hungry, make sure you have plenty of biscuits on hand.
Make sure to head over to our Instagram @teafortworadioshow and let us know who you agree with the most! Team Mint Aero or Team Crunchy? Happy listening ;)
Have you ever wondered how you can get involved in the world of football without being good at the sport? That's what this podcast is all about! Alex Towells talks to a different guest from the world of football each episode about what they do, how they got there and how you can do it too. This week, Alex chats to Dom Smith of englandfootball.org about interviewing Gareth Southgate, going to Greece to write for Copa90 and who his favourite ever England player is - it's not who you think!
Dom's twitter: @MrDomSmith
Alex's twitter: @AlexTowells
Intro and Outro Music: 'The Fire' by Rory McLean
We’re back! ð In this episode, get to know us better, play some games and find out what we’ve been up to as we prepare for a new and exciting season of Tea for Two! We are so excited to kickstart a new season that will be FULL of new content, games, and even some exciting guests!
âï¸ Is there anything you’d like us to talk about? Anyone you’d like us to invite onto the show? Or just want to say hi? Let us know by sending us a message and leaving a comment on our Instagram! @teafortworadioshow where you'll also find plenty of episode-related content, previews, bloopers, a chance to help plan new episodes and chat! See you there!
York's Political Mashup aims to inform students about where their university's political parties stand on the most pertinent and pressing political issues of the week. The parties regularly involved include: York Tories, York Labour Club, York Liberal Democrats and York Green Party.
This week Ed Halford was joined by Joe Sutherland (Lab), Frank Roberts (Con), James Grieves (Lib) and Pads Elliott-Walker (Green).
So this is SL week. Derwent colleges’ BAME Reps Timi Phillips & Zara Sharif have been raising money for the Stephen Lawrence foundation. Over the past few weeks, we have been asking for your responses and questions regarding racism and racial insensitivity on campus. We will be discussing issues such as: micro-aggressions cultural appropriation with a few songs to fit the mood. We hope you find this both informative and interesting.
Music Editor Q has a chat to members of the Glasgow based band VLURE. They talk about their new single "Shattered Faith" and the trials and tribulations of writing and recording songs over the internet.