16-year-old Gabrielle Reid has right hemiplegia, a form of Cerebral Palsy that affects muscle control and movement. But she hasn’t allowed that to stop her doing what she loves most: boxing. Quite the opposite, actually. She has used the sport to not only improve her own condition, but raise money to support the charity Cerebral Palsy Sport. This cause supports Cerebral Palsy suffers in achieving their athletic potential and improve their quality of life through sporting activities…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8FiuC0CfXM A bit further afield than our usual stomping ground for this interview. We took a trip to Southampton, but to interview a Bournemouth-based street artist. By name, Miroslav Lucan. A.K.A. LucanArt... We planned to get an interview with street artist Miroslav Lucan all the way back when we were Humans of Bournemouth.
This is the final non-Christmassy episode of Bournemouth Backchat for the season. With a good variety of discussion points for you... As we approach December, the final couple of episodes of the HQB podcast Bournemouth Backchat ought to be festively-themed. However, this gave us only this week to talk regular current
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oxyYq3f3UC4&feature=youtu.be Our sit-down with singer and songwriter Issy Whitlock reaches its last chapter, in which we discuss upcoming and future projects... Issy Whitlock came to our attention in the first place when we saw her live in concert. However, Live & Unheard is only designed to be a stepping stone for local musicians
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=An974uU_H7U&fbclid=IwAR1awC5092SZsyCctYzhfO4tAMzb8VJXwhIxuK--qgheK-rV3JoMr9zcriM What better perk of interviewing a musician than to hear and see them in action? Here, Mikey Ball performs one of his own creations, "Red Lights". If we film an interview, we like to ask the subject to show off their skills if possible. You have seen it before in our
Bournemouth University researchers have brought a study to life to help people suffering with face blindness, also known as prosopagnosia. Researchers at the university have conducted a project adapting of the popular game Guess Who. This aimed to aid children in gaining a better understanding of recognising features of other faces and even develop skills from a social standpoint.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWdvf_BgBJ8&feature=youtu.be As always, we save the future for the final chapter. Rob Holmes lays out what his plans for the Collaborators' Cabin are, moving forward... The last three parts of our interview with Rob Holmes revealed how his business has progressed. From its beginnings in wood burning, to running public sessions; then
Bournemouth Backchat covers a wider range of topics this week, from the generic to the surreal... While there's no shortage of goings-on in the Bournemouth area, we're saving all this for later episodes. As we hit our tenth episode, Bournemouth Backchat covers more generic content. But the results are no less