On a sunny Saturday of May 19th the Corner of Buchanan Street was filled with amazing music and dance showcasing the art talent from Strathclyde. StrathSpeak was there to record the atmosphere and performances, so you can enjoy the class afternoon too! Photo credit: Cameron Swanson
Your days off count the most. This episode, Callum takes you to Kelvingrove Park, and for a walk around the West End to take some pressure off your shoulders. Enjoy a walk on a nice day, there’s only so many lectures you can read in one day. Produced by: Callum Ogilvie and Max McKay Outro Music by: Gregor Marr Intro Music by: Primal Scream: Loaded
This week, Natalie Lorimer speaks to Dr Elsa Richardson, Chancellor's Fellow in the History of Health and Wellbeing at Strathclyde and one of ten academics to be named a BBC Radio 3 and Arts and Humanities Research Council New Generation Thinker in 2018. Dr Richardson discusses her unique research interests, the New Generation Thinker application process, and her lifelong love of radio.
Hear Callum Ogilvie discuss the UCU strike and student occupation, that took place on campus last week, supporting the striking lecturers. Featuring the UCU's president in Strathclyde and student experiences of occupying a campus building outside office hours.
A month ago Kyle Smith and his team Carbon Zerow arrived to Antigua, after rowing across the Atlantic for 45 days. Have a listen to what Kyle has to say about the journey and the message they were conveying with this spectacular experience.