In an interview with station manager Lucas Ferguson, one of the incoming Deputy Heads of College Ned talks to DukeBox about his experience with the Hidden Figures event at Wellington College, as well as his own thoughts on diversity and inclusion, both within the College and the world at large.
In the first episode of the new student sports podcast Outside The Box, the hosts – Charlie, Joe, Oscar, Leo and Balthazar – discuss the sporting news of the week, from Formula One to the final day of the Premier League.
In preparation for the Hidden Figures event at Wellington College on Wednesday 26th May, DukeBox proudly presents the Hidden Figures Omnibus, made up of the Hidden Figures podcasts recorded by Lower 6th students in the Lent term.
In preparation for the Hidden Figures event on Wednesday 26th May, DukeBox and the Global Citizenship present an overview of the course on Post-Colonial Perspectives offered to students by EduSpots in the Lent term.
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!
In the latest of the Hidden Figures from the Wellington College enrichment class, Will and Rory discuss the West Indian cricketer Michael Holding and his achievements in the face of discrimination.
Marty talks to school councilor Daisy Zhang in episode 1 of the new Wellbeing podcast series. They discuss Daisy’s Edfest presentation, five key points to decode adolescent communication, “STAGED”. In this podcast Daisy explains the idea behind her Edfest presentation, what “STAGED” is and discusses ‘S’ in detail, ‘Significance’.
Marty talks to head boy Andy Wu and head girl Sharon Qian about how the head boy and head girl are chosen and the spring activity days.
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 […]
Huili school students Kingsley, Lena and winner Mia read speeches from the grade 3 English talent competition with reactions from their teacher Hamish Williams.