Tea & Talk Podcast

Following on from its successful conception during the Curious 2019 summer events programme, the RSE launched their ‘Tea & Talk‘ series as a podcast to provide access to experts talking on a wide range of subjects and provide the opportunity for listeners to learn something new, expand their horizons and hear from national and world experts in their respective disciplines.

Hosted by Dr Rebekah Widdowfield.

 

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Tea and Talk Podcast Series 1

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Episode 1:

Professor Dame Anne Glover on the Importance of Science & Evidence in Policymaking

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Episode 2:

Dr. Deborah O’Neil on the Development of COVID-19 Treatments

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Episode 3:

Professor Stephen Reicher on Public Social Psychology during COVID-19

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Episode 4:

Dr. Stella Chan on the Mental Health Impact of COVID-19

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Episode 5:

Professor Nasar Meer on the Impact of COVID-19 on BAME Communities

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Episode 6:

Fergus Linehan on the Impact of COVID-19 on Arts & Culture

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Episode 7:

Talat Yaqoob on the Inequality of COVID-19

 

Tea and Talk Podcast Series 2

Episode 1:

Dame Seona Reid on the impact of COVID-19 on Culture and the Creative Arts

Episode 2:

Professor Dame Anna Dominiczak on launching the Lighthouse Labs

Episode 3:

Professor Sir Ian Boyd on building Scotland’s resilience post-Covid-19

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Episode 4:

Caroline Gardner on supporting inclusive public services

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Episode 5:

Professor Niamh Nic Daéid on using evidence and data to tackle public challenges

 

Tea and Talk Podcast Series 3

 

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Episode 1:

Using the pandemic to increase public participation in debates and decision-making | Talat Yaqoob FRSE and Louise Macdonald FRSE OBE

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Episode 2:

Health inequalities in Scotland and how the Deep End Project aims to balance them | Professor Graham Watt CBE FRSE

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Episode 3:

Sexual equality and diversity in a modern Scotland | Professor Ian Rivers FRSE and Professor Lynn Abrams FRSE

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Episode 4:

The inequalities of disability during the pandemic | Professor Nick Watson FRSE and Theresa Shearer

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Episode 5:

Integrating asylum seekers and refugees to build a more inclusive, equal society | Professor Alison Phipps FRSE

 

Issue Number

1

Publication Date

May 2020