Thursday, December 14The Voice of London

Category: Radio

The Voice of London – Salt & Pepper Podcast

The Voice of London – Salt & Pepper Podcast

Christmas, Entertainment, Featured, Music, Radio
The Voice of London bring you the Salt & Pepper podcast, the seasoning to the site's main meal. On our debut episode, we discuss Christmas festivals, breaking into the London music scene, employers stalking your social media accounts and the growing popularity of comic books. https://soundcloud.com/user-319093484/salt-pepper-podcast Presenters & Writers: Reuben Pinder & Bernadette Galbraith Features: Yasmin Dahnoun, Ieva Sulavaité, Kieran Soutter, Nikolay Kolev, Bernadette Galbraith, Harry Bourner, Omar Baldé Production: Kieran Soutter Subbing: Kieran Soutter
Should employers go through your social media?

Should employers go through your social media?

Business, Radio
Young people have been brought up in a generation of social media addiction. Everything is documented on the internet and people lay there life bare on these sites for anyone to see. This type of behaviour seems normal to millennials but now that they are entering the world of work, employers often go through their social media accounts and may find something that was not meant for their eyes. Anything controversial may spark doubt in the employer's mind and hinder the person's chances of getting a job. The Voice Of London spoke to students to see what they thought of employers going through their social media and if they've ever posted anything that might hurt their chances of getting employed. https://soundcloud.com/user-319093484/should-employers-go-through-your-social-media
How does the atmosphere at a Spanish football match compare to those in England?

How does the atmosphere at a Spanish football match compare to those in England?

Radio, Sport
The atmosphere at a football match is one of the sport's great intangible wonders. Since the introduction of regulations stipulating that all Premier League stadiums must be all-seater, English clubs have come under a lot of criticism for their sterile atmospheres on matchdays. Many fans in the UK yearn for a matchday experience like those in Germany, where tickets are cheap and there are safe-standing areas, or Spain where, with the influence of Italian ultra culture, there are large singing sections complemented by flags, drums and elected ultras leading the chants. The Voice of London sent Reuben Pinder to Spain to watch Espanyol vs Valencia and tell us how the atmosphere at a Spanish game compares to those in the Premier League. https://soundcloud.com/user-553654173/how-does-
Does this city make you feel low? This might help

Does this city make you feel low? This might help

Environment, News, Politics, Radio, UK
  Living in London can be wild. The nightlife is buzzing with scenes to suit everybody. There's plenty of entertainment, art and cultural events to inspire the creativity within. It’s also one of the loneliest, most expensive and saddest parts of the world to live in when you’re over-worked, tired and broke. Could getting out of London for a few days to explore the natural world help boost your mental wellbeing? Apparently, yes. With hurricane Brian approaching, I went into Tunbridge wells woods (yes this is the one where the big sex party happened), but we weren’t there for any of that of course, just good old-fashioned fun. We  learnt how to make shelters, build animal traps and make fire out of friction away from our normal life of ATM’s, technology, Tesco’s or any other s
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