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Love Hull

Love Hull is a new podcast channel hosted by Hull City Council. Listen to our episodes to keep up to date with latest news, insights and events happening in the wonderful city of Hull.

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Warning: This podcast has few episodes.

This means there isn't enough episodes to provide the most popular episodes. Here's the rankings of the current episodes anyway, we recommend you to revisit when there's more episodes!

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#06 - Bringing Learning to life with theatre

In this episode we talk about Hull Maritime' work to bring learning to life and the role theatre can play in a school setting. Chris and Barrie, joint Artistic Directors for Theatre on the Edge along with Charlie Trzeciak, Community and Schools Learning Officer for Hull Maritime.

19mins

6 May 2022

Rank #1

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#05 - The role of poetry in a museum

In this episode we talk to the Hull Maritime project’s first poet-in-residence, Rebecca Drake about her experience and the role of poetry in a museum setting along with Charlie Trzeciak, Community and Schools Learning Officer. 

23mins

12 Aug 2021

Rank #2

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#04 - The Guildhall Timeball to rise and fall again

In this episode Jim Foster and Oliver Beetlestone from Smith of Derby and Tracy Toner from Hull City Council talk about the future on one of the UK's last remaining Timeballs, The Guildhall and its significance to the city's maritime history.  This project is being made possible thanks to Hull City Council and the National Lottery Heritage Fund funding. For more information on the project visit maritimehull.co.uk

22mins

12 Aug 2021

Rank #3

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#03 - The benefits of volunteering with the Hull Maritime project

In this episode Nick Evans, Lecturer in Diaspora History at the History & Wilberforce Institute from the University of Hull and Jason Kin Lok, a history student along with Tom Goulder, Volunteering Manager from the Hull Maritime project discuss the importance and benefits of volunteering.  For more information on volunteering, visit maritimehull.co.uk 

14mins

12 Aug 2021

Rank #4

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#02 - A look back and look forward to Queen's Gardens

In this episode global historian, Dr Robb Robinson and Gill Osgerby from Hull City Council talk about the history of Queen's Gardens and the future plans for the much-loved green space in Hull city centre. 

42mins

12 Aug 2021

Rank #5

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#01 - Introduction to the Hull Maritime project

In this episode key figures from the Hull Maritime project, Curator of Maritime and Social History, Robin Diaper and Senior Marketing Executive, Anna Marshall discuss the overall ambition and the various sites and ships to be transformed over the next three years.  This project is being made possible thanks to Hull City Council and the National Lottery Heritage Fund funding.  For more information on the project visit maritimehull.co.uk 

35mins

12 Aug 2021

Rank #6