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Nadine Talks

Nadine Talks

By Nadine Talks Podcast
Nadine Talks is a weekly podcast by Nadine Batchelor-Hunt bringing you alternative discussion & analysis of the stories behind the headlines. Nadine Batchelor-Hunt is a journalist with bylines at the Guardian, Metro, the Huffington Post, and the Mirror. She is also a student with News Associates studying for an NCTJ in Multimedia Journalism. New episodes every Tuesday.
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Episode 5: How do we tackle the various forms of antisemitism in contemporary society?

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Episode 5: How do we tackle the various forms of antisemitism in contemporary society?
This week, Nadine Talks is joined by trainee rabbi Lev Taylor (Twitter: @levvity), and producer, writer, and activist Chardine Taylor Stone (@ChardineTaylor).  In this episode we discuss a variety of topics, including: what antisemitism actually is, where it comes from and what its history is, what forms it takes (from white nationalism to the Black Hebrew Israelite movement), how we defeat it, and what we hope for the future. 
55:28
August 25, 2020
Episode 4: What is Vanlife?
This week, Nadine Talks is joined by Mevi - a full-time Vanlifer and vlogger. In this episode, we discuss what Vanlife actually is, what it’s like living in a van, the challenges COVID-19 have created for Vanlifers, and advice for people looking to start Vanlifing. You can find Mevi on various social media platforms, including: https://www.youtube.com/user/Mevi https://www.instagram.com/mevi.co.uk/ Mevi also has a website, which you can find here: https://mevi.co.uk/
47:28
June 23, 2020
Episode 3: What is it like being a black journalist in the UK? And what needs to change?
This week, Nadine Talks is joined by Nadine White (Twitter: @Nadine_Writes) - award-nominated journalist from the Huffington Post, and former journalist with the Voice, Britain's largest black newspaper. In this episode, we discuss what it's like to be black journalists in the UK, the systemic racism issues in the British media, and what we hope the industry will do to address its inequalities on race.
41:50
June 10, 2020
Episode 2: It's been 8 days since George Floyd - here's how I felt today
I'll be frank - I planned to have this episode all laid out, but as each hour, and each day, passes by I feel new emotions.  So, today, I thought I'd share how I felt today - within a specific time period. I thought I'd share what my emotions are at this moment, and what my thoughts are at this moment.  Whether you listen or not is up to you, but thank you for spending the time to read this.  I discuss Black people in journalism, the white hierarchy of journalism, what it is like for Black British people living through this time, and what white people need to do to help.  #BlackLivesMatter. Don't forget it. 
20:48
June 2, 2020
Episode 1: What is it like to be a newbie journalist in an increasingly unstable world?
Episode 1: What is it like to be a newbie journalist in an increasingly unstable world? This podcast discusses what it's like to be a budding journalist in the age of COVID-19.  We also discuss what the future of the journalism looks like from the perspective of those joining the industry, provide some tips for those considering pursuing a career in journalism, as well as exploring the future of regional journalism and the importance of diversity in the media,  Guests: Armani Syed, a journalist, student at News Associates in Manchester, and co-founder of MESA magazine  Rob McCallister, a journalist with Mancunian Matters and student at News Associates in Manchester (Twitter: @RobsonMcC) Ethan Davies, a student journalist with News Associates in Manchester and contributor at the Warrington Guardian, the Yorkshire Post, and Mancunian Matters (Twitter: @Ethan___Davies)
53:34
May 26, 2020