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RevisionPod - English revision made easy.Follow us on Twitter @GRevisionpodEvery week, Mr Forster and Mr Gallie bring you a dose of high energy revision to help you achieve the best possible marks in your English GCSE's. Each episode will look at a different question from your set texts and explore how we would analyse the language and contextual factors and how you can then use this knowledge to boost your essay writing. Click on the bio of each episode to download your GCSE RevisionPod han ...
 
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Engineering, development and leadership in Africa is episode 8/13 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ambassador Yvette Stevens who represents the great combination of experience and diversity among the GCSP Global Fellowship Initiative with 28 years of International Civil Service with the United Nations and another six as a d…
 
Security of the mind is episode 7/13 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Dr Hani Dabbagh, Digital Strategist.Dr Paul Vallet: I'm joined by Dr Hani Dabbagh. But to Hani Dabbagh, was an Executive in Residence at the GCSP in 2019 and is now an Alumnus Fellow is a digital strategist. After his PhD in information engineering and el…
 
Managing critical incidents in the cyber domain is episode 6/13 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ms Sarah Backman, Cyber Security Consultant with Secana.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy, weekly podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet Associate Fellow with the GCSP’s Global Fellowship Initiativ…
 
A new Tropical Industrial Revolution in Latin America is episode 5 out of 13 in this new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr Alvaro Cedeno Molinari, Narratives Futurist and Co-Founder at Perfectible.io and former Ambassador of Costa Rica to the World Trade Organisation.Dr Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy p…
 
This episode marks the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the uprising in Syria. This is episode 4/13 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Leadership Portfolio Manager for the Geneva Leadership Alliance, the partnership between the GCSP and the Center for Creative Leadership. A Spanish lawyer by profession actively engaged in…
 
This episode marks the 10th anniversary of the beginning of the uprising in Syria. This is episode 3/13 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr Kenneth R. Rosen is an award-winning foreign news correspondent, who reports especially from the Middle East for numerous publications, among which the New York Times New Yorker magazin…
 
Virtual education in a social distancing world is episode 2/13 in the new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Ms Alexandra Thiry, Head of Learning Innovation and Impact at the GCSP. They discuss virtual education, trends, innovation and learning methodology. Here are some resources she references in this podcast:- https://sealifelong.web…
 
Lessons in pandemic crisis management one year is episode 1/13 in this new GCSP Podcast Series. Dr Paul Vallet interviews Mr David Horobin, Head of Crisis Management at the GCSP. Paul Vallet: Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy podcast. I'm your host, Dr Paul Vallet, and I am an Associate Fellow with the GCSP’s Global Fellowship Initia…
 
Welcome to the Geneva Centre for Security Policy Podcast. Thank you for tuning in to our podcast where we explore some of the latest global issues affecting peace, security, and international cooperation. In this week’s episode Fleur Heyworth, Head of the GCSP’s Gender and Inclusive Security Cluster speaks with Rose Mbone, founder of The Legend Ken…
 
Hello, I'm Lisa Larson. I'm an expert in leadership development, and after having had the good fortune to work with the GCSP in several of their Inspiring Women Leaders programs, in 2020 I was invited to join them as a fellow of Women Peace and Security [part of the Global Fellowship Initiative thanks to the sponsorship of the US mission to the Uni…
 
The Weimar Republic seemed on the brink of collapse in 1923 - yet it survived for another ten years. Was this miracle a true recovery or merely papering over the cracks? Join us as we look at the career of Gustav Stresemann and struggle to agree on a single pronunciantion for his name.Door Mr W
 
In this special episode for GCSE Film Studies students we are joined by John Rain, host of SMERSHPOD And author of THUNDERBOOK to talk about the underlying aesthetic of Bond films. Unsuprisingly, we also veer off the topic a bit and end up talking about Marvel films and why Infinity War is better than Endgame and why Film Studies students should wa…
 
In this episode, we take you through how to analyse the writer's use of language for AQA Language Paper 1, question 2. Here is a link to the handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HxXHR--EtLV6wzh-GaylEhijPm9E2lt0/view?usp=sharing And here is a link to the revision pack: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rJ5zh4MVU2FT3QZyWDwpQ8koW7nVU-Sb/view?usp=s…
 
This week, we use the same extract to look at how the writer has structured the text to interest us as a reader. Remember that magic question: when do things change and why? Here is the handout: https://drive.google.com/file/d/10NfhujHJ-9H6U2f_Xiq67vgDCBtIPsgC/view?usp=sharing And here is the revision pack: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rJ5zh4MV…
 
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, revision podders! We hope you enjoy this episode on one of Shakespeare's most interesting characters: Juliet. As ever, you can download the spectacularly helpful handout right here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C8QuEjMrPD3vs21AXfSQNlzifZpP7fWl/view?usp=sharing Follow us on Twitter email us: englishrevisionp…
 
Welcome to this mini-series ‘Tea at 1325’ to explore the Women Peace and Security Agenda (WPS), twenty years after the United Nations Security Council passed the landmark resolution, 1325. The series is hosted by Lisa Larson, Women Peace and Security Fellow. Lisa has the pleasure of speaking with a number of experts who have been advancing the agen…
 
Welcome to this mini-series ‘Tea at 1325’ to explore the Women Peace and Security Agenda (WPS), twenty years after the United Nations Security Council passed the landmark resolution, 1325. The series is hosted by Lisa Larson, Women Peace and Security Fellow. Lisa has the pleasure of speaking with a number of experts who have been advancing the agen…
 
Welcome to this mini-series ‘Tea at 1325’ to explore the Women Peace and Security Agenda (WPS), twenty years after the United Nations Security Council passed the landmark resolution, 1325. The series is hosted by Lisa Larson, Women Peace and Security Fellow. Lisa has the pleasure of speaking with a number of experts who have been advancing the agen…
 
Welcome to this mini-series ‘Tea at 1325’ to explore the Women Peace and Security Agenda (WPS), twenty years after the United Nations Security Council passed the landmark resolution, 1325. The series is hosted by Lisa Larson, Women Peace and Security Fellow. Lisa has the pleasure of speaking with a number of experts who have been advancing the agen…
 
Welcome to this mini-series ‘Tea at 1325’ to explore the Women Peace and Security Agenda (WPS), twenty years after the United Nations Security Council passed the landmark resolution, 1325. The series is hosted by Lisa Larson, Women Peace and Security Fellow. Lisa has the pleasure of speaking with a number of experts who have been advancing the agen…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the use of structure and form in, as well as some comparisions you could make with, Robert Browning's My Last Duchess. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-en…
 
In this episode, Anna takes a look at the use of characterisation, as well as some key themes in, Robert Browning's My Last Duchess. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of Robert Browning's My Last Duchess. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/
 
In this episode, Anna takes a look at the use of structure and form as well as some comparisons you could make with Ted Hughes' Bayonet Charge. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the themes of patriotism and inhumanity in Ted Hughes' Bayonet Charge. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the themes of brutality, danger and powerlessness in Ted Hughes' Bayonet Charge. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of Bayonet Charge by Ted Hughes. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the themes of fear and foreboding in The Prelude by William Wordsworth. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of personification and imagery in the set extract from The Prelude by William Wordsworth. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the structure and form of your extract of The Prelude by William Wordsworth. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the set extract from The Prelude by William Wordsworth - she looks at context and themes. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the use of imagery as well as highlights some key comparisons and quotations for War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-eng…
 
In this episode, Anna takes a look at the use of contrast in War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the content and structure of War Photographer by Carol Ann Duffy. Perfect for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna gives a summary of the key poetic techniques in Exposure by Wilfred Owen for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision/…
 
In this episode, Anna takes a look at the structure of Exposure by Wilfred Owen for your AQA GCSE Poetry Power and Conflict Revision. She also examines some key quotes, and ways you could compare the poem to others in the collection. Ideal for preparing you for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit https://senecalearning.com/en-GB/…
 
Episode 2 - Towards an Evidence-Based Arms Control and DisarmamentDiscover our 25th anniversary celebrations: bit.ly/34EJdelWelcome to the introduction episode of this mini-series on Towards Evidence-based Arms Control and Disarmament part of the GCSP’s 25th-anniversary special podcast series, I’m your host Ashley Müller. This mini-series, original…
 
Conclusion episode - Towards an Evidence-Based Arms Control and DisarmamentDiscover our 25th anniversary celebrations: bit.ly/34EJdelWelcome to the introduction episode of this mini-series on Towards Evidence-based Arms Control and Disarmament part of the GCSP’s 25th-anniversary special podcast series, I’m your host Ashley Müller. This mini-series,…
 
Episode 6 - Towards an Evidence-Based Arms Control and DisarmamentDiscover our 25th anniversary celebrations: bit.ly/34EJdelWelcome to the introduction episode of this mini-series on Towards Evidence-based Arms Control and Disarmament part of the GCSP’s 25th-anniversary special podcast series, I’m your host Ashley Müller. This mini-series, original…
 
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