Bell Education Podcast

The Bell Education Podcast explores interesting and informative topics connected to International Education. With a variety of expert guests from many different aspects of International Education, your hosts Sam and Rebecca will discuss a wide range of issues which will help you to gain a better understanding.

As well as delving into key areas of International Education, we get to know more about our guests in this relaxed conversational format.

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Episode 2 | Dr Will Tosh – Research Fellow & Lecturer, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

After reading English at Oxford University, Dr Will Tosh worked as an actor before completing a PhD in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies at Queen Mary University in London. Since 2014, Will has been a Research Fellow and Lecturer at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. He is also the published author of ‘Male Friendship and Testimonies of Love in Shakespeare’s England’ and ‘Playing Indoors: Staging Early Modern Drama in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse’. His latest book, ‘Straight Acting: The Many Queer Lives of William Shakespeare’ will be released in 2023.

Join us as we discuss all things Shakespeare and learn about life at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.

Find out more about Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre here: www.shakespearesglobe.com

Photo Credit: James Betts

 

Episode 1 | Jodie Gray – Chief Executive English UK

Jodie has worked at English UK for over 12 years and has vast experience working in the international education sector. In her role as Chief Executive of English UK, Jodie is responsible for establishing and reviewing key strategic priorities and overseeing the work of the association. Along with her Team, Jodie has led the English Language industry in the UK through the Covid-19 Pandemic, offering unwaivering support and guidance to English UK members and often times a shoulder to cry on. Listen to our podcast with Jodie when we talk about the effects of the pandemic on our industry, what the future holds and English UK’s renewed stance on anti-racism. There’s also the chance to learn a little bit about the real Jodie, and what she does when she manages to snatch some personal time away from her work.

Find out more about English UK here: www.englishuk.com