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We speak to Journalist and geographer Andrew Jack from the Financial Times
Year 12 students can apply to the 2021 competition, with the theme: The Coloniality of Cities and the Built Environment
In partnership with BBC Radio Four, we present 39 ideas to relieve the stress that climate change is exerting on the planet
Dr Nick Westcott from the Royal African Society on the Tanganyika Groundnut Scheme
How gaming technology can be used to enhance geographical research
We discuss young people’s experience of changing places with Dr Sophie Hadfield Hill and Professor Peter Kraftl.
Author of the seminal book Prisoners of Geography
We are joined by Dr John Shears, polar explorer and recipient of the Polar Medal
What is gender equality and why is it so important to geography?
In this podcast with Professor Julian Dowdeswell, we discuss glaciers, ice-caps and the Weddell Sea Expedition.
Talking about her remarkable journey from Hackney to the University of Cambridge
Dr Lisa Norton explains
Professor Pauline Deutz and Dr Charlotte Dean on Evolving a Circular Plastics Economy
Dr. Jung Won Sonn speaks to us
What is dust? How does it get into the atmosphere and shape our climate? Dr Rob Bryant from the Department of Geography at the University of Sheffield joined us to discuss.
The growing importance of mathematics within geography and how a greater awareness of mathematics is a good thing
In this podcast we discuss how migration, trade, and tourism has shaped the rural landscape in England and Wales.
In Australia, the 2019/2020 fire season has seen abnormally high temperatures and vast wildfires
Why do people move, and how is this movement changing cities?
Geography translates literally as 'earth-writing'. But 70% of the world is water. How have oceans shaped global development? Dr Kimberley Peters from the School of Environmental Scientists, University of Liverpool discusses.
In this podcast we look at the role of humour plays in political geography in Southern Africa.
Talking to geographers about the work that they’re doing and topics they’re passionate about
Dr Oli Mould is lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London. His academic research focuses on urban creativity, activism and politics.
In this podcast, Terri Freemantle discusses how earth observation data helps us to understand locational change.
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