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3 November 2021
Voices of Migration
Born from the New Creatives programme, Voices of Migration is a powerful and important audio piece about the search for home.
Listen to Voices of Migration here.
25 March 2021
Power to the period
I take a look at how we deal with periods in the UK, from the rise of sustainable products to the tampon tax and period poverty.
21 October 2020
Mental illness – The silent curriculum
Mental illness is affecting every single school child in the UK, but we aren’t talking about it. Mental health needs to be brought out of the shadows and put firmly on the school curriculum for all to see and learn.
7 September 2020
Mythbusting: The climate crisis
With so much fake news floating around, Bea directs her attention to mythbusting an issue that will affect us all: climate change.
10 August 2020
Masks: The low-down
With horror stories, fake news and armchair scientists all weighing in on the mask debate, I’m here to bust some myths and talk about the right way you can mask up to save lives.
2 July 2020
My new normal: Looking after your mental health
In this world of unforeseen difficulties and surprises, are we learning how to look after ourselves better?
17 June 2020
You’ve got mail: A love letter to entomology
Why I love the big, the small and the ugly of our insect life and you should too
11 June 2020
How to: Check your privilege (from someone who has a lot)
How to define and tackle privilege in an ever complicated world
13 May 2020
How to: Be eco-friendly on a budget
A hot topic at the moment, and for good reason, but how can you save the world when you’re trying to save your bank balance?
23 April 2020
How staying at home is helping us connect
How the lockdown is making one nihilist change her ways, because maybe, just maybe, humans aren’t so bad after all
18 March 2020
Coping with OCD during Covid-19
As someone with OCD, anxiety and depression, I wanted to make a guide on how to support your friends, family and yourself through this epidemic so you can come out the other side fighting fit.
12 March 2020
You've got mail: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Ah AOC, political golden girl, former bartender and the dread of all white news readers everywhere - this ones for you.
11 March 2020
The Book of Mormon: In review
Last weekend I had a special birthday trip planned - a stay in Bristol, a surprise family lunch and best of all the Book of Mormon at the Bristol Hippodrome. The hype is real for this show, and on their closing weekend they did not disappoint.
11 February 2020
How to: Be the kind of vegan people like
Ever wondered how to go vegan whilst also keeping your friends and not making everyone hate you? Here's a guide from your friendly neighbourhood vegan
22 January 2020
You've got mail: The humble cup of tea
A love letter to everyone’s favourite drink, because there’s nothing not to love about tea… right?
10 July 2019
Interdependence: Utopia now!
A series of sometimes interesting talks exploring how to change the world and yet also bore an entire room full of people at the same time
7 July 2019
An electrifying part rave part play that explores identity in an ever changing world
6 July 2019
Can you ever just be 'whelmed'?
Comment posted on 22 February 2021
Wow, that sounds like a really great event, it's so good to see an event being run that's fun, eco friendly and getting people into the Christmas spirit! So many people don't realise the impact that glitter can have on the environment. It sounds like you had a really worthwhile experience, and well done on smashing your speech, they are something I really struggle with too but it definitely gets easier the more you do it. Having something to hold so you don't fidget is a good idea, I will have to use that next time