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Two BU campuses are to hold the Row Britannia Challenge, to promote better mental health across the university... Bournemouth University has announced plans to hold the Row Britannia Challenge. That's a five-day challenge to row 2,020 miles, in support of University Mental Health Day. The event will also raise funds for
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.
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
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wy_ZckemYYI&feature=youtu.be Our chat with Bora Bora Desserts co-founder Darja Stolarova continues... Only a short video this week for the second part of our interview at Bora Bora Desserts. We find out what catering experience the co-founders all had prior to starting the business. And why Bournemouth was the place they chose to
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdsN-S0vgQQ&fbclid=IwAR1dvCkB0iabfNd5P8GvIqBGmC70QC6Fo__Ucz6jFQDe60vQ1w0U2yxGskw A new four-parter begins with an introduction into Bora Bora, a plant-based dessert bar... If you were down by Bournemouth Pier as much as we were this summer, these guys may be familiar. Bora Bora Desserts is a plant-based dessert bar, offering a variety of ice creams and other vegan sweet
HQB Media's podcast explores slightly more topical realms this week, in light of recent events... The worldwide climate change strikes could not be ignored. Our own Dom Hughes got down to Bournemouth's protest and now, James Boxall takes it on for his topic in this week's Bournemouth Backchat. Meanwhile, Dale Hurst discusses
The second episode of the HQB Media podcast, Bournemouth Backchat, is now live! Featuring its first ever interviewee, drummer and songwriter Sam Rawlings... Discussion topics in this week's episode include James' views on Calendar Girls and going nude for charity. Dale talks about dining and dashing and the people who do