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Showcasing The Pulse Award grantee’s funded content!

Over the last few months our eleven grantee podcasters have been working away producing their funded episodes as part of The Pulse Awards initiative, and we are please to be able to showcase all their wonderful podcasting content. For you folks to feast your listening ears on……

A Gay and A Non Gay explore whether there could be a cure for HIV in their two part series

A Gay and A Non Gay

STEM in the Gorbals  conversations about mental health and wellbeing in the Gorbals community

Stems in the Gorbals

Stronger Minds – Crime and Nourishment investigating the link between poor nutrition and childhood behavioural disorders 

The Stronger Minds Podcast

Down to the Sunless Sea a personal account by Dave Pickering on his father, dementia and issues surrounding mental health

Down to a sunless sea

Declassified a military podcast that looks at moral injury and what happens when our ethical code is called into question

Declassified

Quirky Voices Presents Anyone F Coffee explaining endometriosis, a condition that can lead to fertility problems

Quirky Voices Presents Anyone F Coffee

Why Aren’t You A Doctor Yet? a series on health and disease affecting people from minority ethnic backgrounds

Why Aren’t You A Doctor Yet?

Probably True exploring the impact of HIV on the LGBTQ community during the 1980s and 1990s

Probably True Podcast

The Breakup: My Chemical Romance Rosie Wilby presents a panel who discuss whether our love lives can soon be medically controlled

The Breakup Monologues

Busy Being Black a podcast series on the lack of research on BAME LGBT individuals and its consequences

Busy Being Black

Discovering Dementia following Penny Bell and her mother on her Alzheimer’s diagnosis.

Discovering Dementia

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