Has podcasting caught your eye or ear? At DukeBox, we know all about that feeling! In this short introduction to the technical side of podcasting, we cover basic starting points such as which microphone to use, through to adding more audio and editing your sound. Soon you’ll have highly-polished podcasts with crisp audio and […]
As part of the enrichment class at Wellington College, students have been creating podcasts to celebrate non-white historical figures that they believe should be championed. Today, Lucas talks about the multi-discipline Olympic champion Jesse Owens, the discrimination he faced, and his stand against racism in the face of Nazi Germany.
In the first of the new Book of the Week series, a collaboration between DukeBox and the Wellington Library, student Emilie recommends Delia Owens’ novel ‘Where The Crawdads Sings’.
Wellington College’s Chaplain, Fr. Adrian Stark-Ordish, offers his thoughts ahead of the half-term break.
The student sketch show special returns to DukeBox as Whose Line Is It WellyWay? explores the wild world in which we currently live through the eyes of satire, all as seen by the executive producer Caitlin. Produced by Jim Russell and Lucas Ferguson, with music from Nick Burrage.
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 […]