My first podcast episode is up and running on Spotify. In this first episode I talk to Mik Scarlet, a broadcaster, journalist, musician and wheelchair user, about disability history, activism, ableism, the 80s and music. To listen to the episode with Mik you can find it on Spotify Talking History with Phillipa Vincent-Connolly | PodcastRead More about Talking History Podcast
Today, this just happened. I have been nominated for the ITV National Diversity Awards as a positive role model for disability. I presume this is for being a disabled secondary school teacher with a physical disability, as well as a historian, highlighting disability history to the general public? I am hoping that when my bookRead More about Everything is going crazy!
Most people who know me, know just how much I loved the music scene of the late 1970s and early 1980s. The first single I bought was Lena Lovich and ‘My Lucky Number’s One’. I started listening to Kraftwerk’s ‘Computer World’, while my sister was listening to Blondie’s ‘Parallel Lines’. Having a sister four yearsRead More about Talking Blitzed, with Rusty Egan
Everyone seems to be making podcasts now, especially in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic, so I thought I’d start one and see what interest I’d get in it. I’m calling it ‘Talking History, with Phillipa Vincent-Connolly’, because the idea is for my guest speakers to choose the history topic they would like to discuss.Read More about Talking History, with Phillipa Vincent-Connolly