University of Liverpool professor of English Literature, Sarah Peverley returns on the podcast to compare what we know about Christmas traditions in Britain’s Middle Ages with our modern festivities.
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Matt appeared on the University of Liverpool Podcast to discuss the effects of ‘Dry January’, when alcohol drinkers abstain for a month after Christmas.
Emma appeared on the University of Liverpool Podcast to discuss the remarkable impact of food advertising on younger audiences, as well as her potential recommendations for the future.
Dr Minna Lyons is a psychology lecturer at the University of Liverpool. Her research interests include altruism, morality, and the ‘Dark Triad’ of personality traits (Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy).
Ian McHale is a professor of sports analytics at the University of Liverpool. His research interests include statistics in sport, and the analysis of gambling markets and issues relating to gambling.
Professor Peter Shirlow is the Director of the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies. Jonathan Tonge is a Professor of Politics at the University of Liverpool, and author of the acclaimed book ‘The Democratic Unionist Party: From Protest to Power’.
Are you doing yourself a disservice and running the risk of health problems by using your personal mobile phone, computer and other electronic devices for your work? According to Jason Micallef, you could be.
Professor Laurence Alison is the Director of the Centre for Critical and Major Incident Psychology at the University of Liverpool. He is an expert in interrogation techniques and suggests that a softer approach tends to achieve harder results.
In this episode of the University of Liverpool Podcast Kieran Maguire, a Senior Teacher in Accountancy at the University of Liverpool and a football finance expert, discusses the controversial issue of football finance in the UK.