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A new Sunderland podcast dedicated to discussing all things SAFC. Whether it’s match discussion, player analysis, or ongoing scrutiny on whether ’the model’ is the right fit for Sunderland. We’re four Sunderland fans for over thirty years who follow the lads home and away, we want to give a fresh perspective on what is happening at the club. We’re nothing special, just four friends who love SAFC. Thanks for giving us a try.
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Rebel Women of Sunderland

University of Sunderland & We Make Culture

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The Rebel Women of Sunderland is a project that shines a light on the lives of Rebel Women from Sunderland with specially commissioned artworks and stories. This podcast takes inspiration from the stories told in the exhibition through conversations with modern-day iconic Sunderland women.
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Welcome to Sunderland, a town of 10,000 where everything is weird, but no one seems to notice. Follow our adventurers in this Dungeons and Dragons-like adventure set in modern setting involving UFOs, aliens, cryptids, and all manner of paranormal strangeness.
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Speak Up Sunderland is a podcast proudly produced in Sunderland. Join Betty Ball and Stevie B as they meet the people of this brilliant little British city by the sea. We’re all about giving the people & projects of Sunderland a voice on a global scale. We host “open mic” events at The Peacock each month in-front of a live audience, and we record with charities & partners across the city to share their latest projects.
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The University of Sunderland podcast provides the ultimate low down on everything you ever needed to know about higher education. Brought to you by our staff and current students, we'll delve into the topics that actually matter- from how to make friends as a fresher, to getting support with your mental health on campus. The views expressed during these podcasts are purely those of the contributors at the time of broadcast, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the University. Our podc ...
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Everyone Dies In Sunderland is a podcast about growing up terrified in the eighties and nineties. Ah, the good old days. People left their front doors unlocked. Children played out in the street. Everyone got burgled. Children got murdered, like, most days. Then there was Mad-Cow Disease and the Animals of Farthing Wood. It was a truly terrifying time to be a child. And those children are adults now. Adults with children and mortgages and Senseo Machines and jobs with actual responsibilities ...
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In this episode we hear from Rebel Women in the world of sports. Aly Dixon, Lucy Green, Iliyana Farfarova, Shahzana Aslam, Olivia Coxon and YAV young participants share their love for sports, why they think it's important for young females to get involved and what they are doing to encourage this. Read more about the Rebel Women of Sunderland proje…
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In this episode we hear from Rebel Women in the music world. Katie Anderson, Dr Becky Allen, Lily Mac, Izzy, Lauren and Isabel Maria discuss their involvement within the music industry, and how they're continuing to pave the way for women in music. Read more about the Rebel Women of Sunderland project here: https://sunderlandculture.org.uk/events/r…
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In this episode, writers: Nancy Revell, Glenda Young, Jessica Andrews, Adrienne Hunter-Humberstone, Helen Wilko and Mary Talbot discuss their careers and the inspiration behind their work. Read more about the Rebel Women of Sunderland project here: https://sunderlandculture.org.uk/events/rebel-women-of-sunderland/ Nancy Revell - https://www.penguin…
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Between accommodation costs and making the most of student life, budgeting for university can seem like a minefield. Is it best to get a job or budget your money to make it last? For our latest episode, we're joined by current students who share their experiences and advise on what they'd do different if they were a student now. .…
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Former Apprentice finalist and motivational speaker Adam Corbally joins us on campus to discuss his appearance on the hit BBC programme, his own business ventures, and his upcoming collaboration with the University’s Digital Incubator to help host Innovate Create: The Social Challenge – a two-day event aimed at students and graduates with a pass…
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. Following their dramatic encounter at the abandoned nursing home with the guardhyi (MIB), Serena, Birdie and Remy did what all friends would do: they made friendship bracelets and vision boards! Get ready for a lore heavy episode chock full of butter, aliens, breaking and…
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. Our players enter combat for the first time, going up against two mysterious figures that have stepped out of the shadows. Forrest goes missing, Serena steals a portable mic, and gains more insight on the book she found at Keel’s Wheels, and Birdie has a dream that might …
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. The players find a mysterious letter inside Chris Sloan’s notebook with references to six fingered hands, and a mysterious institute. There are missing pages in almost every book in the library, and the party tries to figure out why. Remy and Birdie have awkward interacti…
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. After learning of the disappearance of Chris Sloan, Remy interviews his boyfriend Kale Wong, and found a notebook and gun in Chris’ apartment. Serena and Birdie learn how to fly a drone, and Serena shows Forrest her scar. (If you squint really hard you can totally see it)…
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. A protest draws Serena to Green Clean HQ, Birdie and Serena buy a drone at a great discount. While rifling through her dad’s papers, Birdie finds mention of an underground facility. There are missing pages in various books in the library, and Birdie and Remy have strange …
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. Two of our players go from being skeptics to believers overnight. Remy finds that she has an inherent power to make the UFO in front of The Saucer Swirl glow. Serena Jade’s dreams are no more a safe space, invaded by Mary Keel using special abilities. And Remy Dean, well,…
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It's a rivalry that dates back to the English Civil War and runs a lot deeper than football.Total Sport's Simon Pryde takes us through how the derby began, the moments that have gone down in history - and what the derby means to the players, fans and to the North East as a region.BBC Newcastle által
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. The players all seem to be convinced that nothing strange happens in the town of Sunderland, but perhaps at the end of this episode, they’ll be convinced otherwise. Serena Jade receives an eerie visitor in her dreams, while Remy Dean makes a career change. Birdie takes a …
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Welcome to Sunderland, where everything is weird, but nobody seems to notice. In the pilot episode, we introduce our three characters, citizen detective Remy Dean, drug slinger/cleaning company entrepreneur Serena Jade, and waitress/tarot reader Birdie. It’s a day in the life of each of our players as plots and subplots emerge, culminating with a c…
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