Podcasts 101: A beginners guide

Tweet As the popularity of podcasts continues to grow, not just across the UK, but worldwide, there are more and more people who want to make their own – but they don’t necessarily know how. I spoke to Harry Trend, a founding member and contributor of the ‘Pitchside Podcast’ to hear his advice for making your own podcast. If you are an aspiring podcaster then make sure you listen carefully to Mr Trend’s dos and don’ts of podcast creation – it really is much more simple than you would think.

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Will golf ever thrive again?

Tweet “Golf is a game whose sins shine brightest. All sporting codes have elitism, arrogance a sanctimonious air and some dodgy lines of clothing. But, in every respect, none quite matches golf.”[i] The sport may have come some way since those sentiments were published in 2008. However, most people’s thoughts about golf, especially those who don’t play or watch the sport, remain unchanged. And even some of those within the game still believe it to have a strong sense of elitism and arrogance. Jacob Hassan, a club professional at Royal…

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Whitehawk: Will the Hawks rise again?

Tweet Yesterday I went to my third non-league game this season to see Whitehawk take on Hampton and Richmond Borough. In terms of atmosphere, Whitehawk is a class above Hastings United and Eastbourne Borough. Whitehawk have struggled so far this season in the Vanarama South, lying just two points off relegation before things kicked-off. On the other hand, Hampton and Richmond Borough came into the match 7th in the table, eight points off the play-off places. We got to the game very early to shoot some footage. In fact, we…

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Fat Tuesday in Hastings

Tweet This year Hastings celebrated its tenth anniversary of the Fat Tuesday music festival. Fat Tuesday, otherwise known as Mardi Gras, is the carnival-style celebration which brings in the fasting season of Lent. Much like Jack in the Green, Hastings’ celebration of May Day, Fat Tuesday is notoriously known for the amount drinking which takes place. University of Brighton student Adam Rowson lives in Hastings, and offers an insight to the day.    

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How hard is it for graduates to get a job after finishing university?

Tweet With the university year almost over, students in their final year have almost certainly started looking for jobs in their area of expertise, but how easy is this? From rejections, to not even getting a response, at some point in most people’s life, there will be a job you want but unfortunately don’t get. For new graduates this can be a regular occurrence. So why is this? Annie-Mae Ashton, a psychology graduate believes that graduates struggle to get jobs because of the competitive nature of some jobs as well…

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