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It’s Coming Home? Jack and Luca talk Euro 2020

  As part of the third form enrichment week, Jack and Luca have a sneaky look at the round of 16 from Euro 2020 and share their thoughts on it so far. All music used in this podcast is covered under educational use.

todayJune 29, 2021 23

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Live, Laugh, Lit #2 – Dogs, Bugs and the Kafkaesque

  In this episode Ned and Matilda tackle Franz Kafka via two of his short stories, “Investigations of a Dog” and “The Metamorphosis”. In this accidentally animal-themed episode, they try to capture the essence of the Kafkaesque, giggle at the word “dogdom”, and attempt to stay cheery amid the identity crisis that Kafka’s work offers!

todayMay 14, 2021 14

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Live, Laugh, Lit #1 – Northanger Abbey and Jane Austen

A brand new literature-based podcast comes to DukeBox, presented by students Matilda and Ned! This inaugural episode of Live, Laugh, Lit focuses on Jane Austen’s first major novel ‘Northanger Abbey’, and includes almost an hour of (somewhat) literary babble from co-hosts Matilda Braje and Ned Chapman. Have a listen if anything from gender, to Russian Formalism, to fashion is of interest to you.

todayApril 23, 2021 40 2

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An Inspector Calls: English Department Presentation

  Teacher of English John Craig presents a contextual reading of J. B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls', aimed at 4th and 5th formers who are currently studying the text. This talk explores the following questions: Who is J. B. Priestley? What was he saying about the world he lived in? Why did Priestley have such strong views? How is the play relevant to us today?

todayFebruary 12, 2021 17

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Two Philosophers Put The World To Rights

  Rosie hosts a discussion with Tom Kirby and James Tapley, both from the Philosophy and Religion department at Wellington College, about two of the set texts from the sixth-form Philosophy course. The texts being debated here are Peter Singer's 'The Life You Can Save' and Charles Taylor's 'The Ethics of Authenticity'. This podcast, which is adapted from a conference call, also features a student Q&A at the end of […]

todayJanuary 28, 2021 12

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