Sharing things

Sharing things: season three trailer

September 17, 2020 The University of Edinburgh Season 3
Sharing things
Sharing things: season three trailer
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Sharing things
Sharing things: season three trailer
Sep 17, 2020 Season 3
The University of Edinburgh

Sharing things is back and embracing the world of remote recording, technical gremlins and unexpected guests. Join us from Thursday 24 September for season three and a very special opening episode featuring a proper Sharing things send off for Amalie, 2020 graduate and our departing Sharing things host. In the meantime, here is a sneak preview of what to expect from season three.

Subscribe now for University of Edinburgh community exploration and really good chat.

You can find more information on the Sharing things website.

Show Notes Transcript

Sharing things is back and embracing the world of remote recording, technical gremlins and unexpected guests. Join us from Thursday 24 September for season three and a very special opening episode featuring a proper Sharing things send off for Amalie, 2020 graduate and our departing Sharing things host. In the meantime, here is a sneak preview of what to expect from season three.

Subscribe now for University of Edinburgh community exploration and really good chat.

You can find more information on the Sharing things website.

Richenda :

Sharing things is back. It's been too long and quite a lot has happened. I'm Richenda, your new host, conversational guide and a final year medical student who didn't quite expect to be recording a podcast from her kitchen. But there you go.

Amalie Sortland :

I had all of these lasts, I just didn't know they were my last.

Helen Bond :

If you put yourself out there, you've no idea what's going to come back.

Charles Cockell :

I've often wondered whether I was breaking some law, bringing in bits of woolly mammoth without permits.

Doug Johnstone :

You know, having a career path is just like nonsensical.

Barbara Becnel :

And the front of it says, I am my ancestors' wildest dreams.

Claire Askew :

I'm fascinated by the idea that you can create a false memory that you don't really have.

Shannon Vallor :

People are forgetting what it takes to actually keep a democracy going.

Rowland Kao :

I've lost so much of what you know the family history is.

Rianna Walcott :

I feel like you have to either be like a deep sea stan or deep space stan

Nikki Moran :

And importantly with busking, I wouldn't have to split the profits because there was just me.

Daniel Mutia :

You know, it's sort of like you fix your happiness in the future which is which is a bad idea.

Kirsty Duncan :

Like, it's what she said, everyone has a story.

Aisha Janki Akinola :

I'm recording a podcast. Bye Brenda.

Richenda :

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