Coronavirus, Examined

We live in a world that is facing one of its biggest challenges in living memory. The coronavirus pandemic has devastating potential as it sweeps across the globe. To fight this virus and slow its spread, we've had to change almost everything about how we live our lives. In Coronavirus, Examined we're talking to experts from The University of Sheffield to explore the different ways in which coronavirus is changing our world and the way we live.

Episodes

Monday Jun 15, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Dr Stuart Walker about the impact of the coronavirus lockdown on the environment and what we can learn from this for the future.   Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Friday Jun 05, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Professor Dan Goodley about the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the disabled community. Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Thursday May 28, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Dr Mark Bryan from the University's Department of Economics about the potential for a Universal Basic Income to lead us out of the financial crash caused by the Coronavirus, and how it could safeguard us in the future.    Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Thursday May 21, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to the Executive Director of the Advance Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), Steven Foxley, about how manufacturing has been affected by the pandemic and how the AMRC has tackled the UK’s ventilator challenge. Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Tuesday May 19, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Professor Stephanie Pitts from the University's Department of Music about how the coronavirus crisis is impacting the arts.   Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Thursday May 14, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Professor Lenny Koh about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on current and future supply chains   Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Monday May 11, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Professor Julie Gottlieb about how the coronavirus crisis compares to other historical crisis.  Date recorded: 6 April 2020You can find out more about Professor Julie Gottlieb's work here: https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/history/staff/julie-gottlieb

Monday May 04, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Dr Megan Blake about how surplus food redistribution has been affected by the coronavirus crisis.    Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Wednesday Apr 29, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Professor Richard Bentall and Dr Jilly Gibson-Miller about how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting our mental wellbeing and our behaviour.    Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

Wednesday Apr 22, 2020

In this episode of Coronavirus, Examined, we talk to Dr Ross Cameron and Professor Anna Jorgensen about the value of green space and nature for our wellbeing.      Coronavirus, Examined is a podcast from the University of Sheffield.

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