Keep your GCSE and A Level case studies up to date with the latest geographical research. Listen to the full collection here.
Our award-winning podcasts bring the latest in geographical research to your classroom from a host of experts. To supplement our free-to-listen podcasts, we also have accompanying learning activities, glossaries of key terms, and further reading available for School Members.
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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
What is gender equality and why is it so important to geography?
Professor Mark Jayne
Professor Georgina Endfield
Dr Sophie Hadfield Hill and Professor Peter Kraftl
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
Professor Rob MacKenzie and Professor Jerry Pritchard
Dr Phil Jones
How do we predict earthquakes? They’re just like London buses, according to Rebecca Bell from Imperial College. In this podcast we discuss hazards, plate tectonics, and how they’re studied.
Luke Craven and Professor David Schlosberg
Professor Andrew Tatem
Dr Oli Mould is lecturer at Royal Holloway, University of London. His academic research focuses on urban creativity, activism and politics
Dr Suzanne Hall
Dr Sian Davis Vollum
Keep your GCSE and A Level case studies up to date with the latest geographical research in our podcasts. Listen to the full collection here.
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