PhDCasting aims to be research through podcasting practice. Jerry Padfield documents his personal reflections of a journey through a PhD at Falmouth University, researching #podcasting and #CommunityRadio practice for wellbeing. The podcast talks about the experience of completing a PhD, from the perspective of a research student: the milestones, the emotional highs and lows, and also becomes a research tool in itself, interrogating the embodied knowledge within the practice. Each episode also features a conversation with a practitioner discussing issues around podcasting and broadcasting.
Quarter Eleven: Apr 2021 – Jun 2021 (Quarters are now out of sync due to impact of Covid)
A 6-month extension to my PhD funding is confirmed due to the impact of Coronavirus. I am completing the final part of the practice in my PhD and thoughts are turning to writing the Thesis and what comes after the whole PhD itself. For me, the conversational part of this podcast has become more important than my personalised introductions.
I talk to Falmouth University-based researcher Dr Abigail Wincott about her research in spatial audio and binaural recording, her Past Sounds podcast, which explores historical soundscapes and academic life in general.
Past Sounds: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/past-sounds/id1563455180
Abigail’s website: https://abigailwincott.wordpress.com/
Abigail on Twitter: https://twitter.com/abigailwincott--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/podcaststudiespodcast/message