I Heard It Through The Grapevine - March edition now live
Mon, 09 Mar 2020

We have had to pause recordings of new podcasts, but we will back with you again as soon as possible. Meanwhile, please listen to the March edition, as several of its features are still relevant.


What is in the March edition?
The March podcast includes an interview with chief executive Caroline Lacey about the new ideas she has received from staff since the launch of 'Text the Chief', and a chat with David James about our new approach to managing and promoting our amazing tourist attractions when life returns to normal. We talk to budding artist Lucy Stroud about the artwork she had on show in Hull Open Art, and to Lucy Cooke, who has just had her work published in a major new international book.

What is a podcast?
A podcast is a series of digital audio files made available on a regular basis. Podcasts can be listened to online or downloaded onto a computer or mobile device to listen to later.

Who are the podcast's presenters?
I Heard It Through The Grapevine is presented by Steve Eccles from the press office and Helena Cox, curator of Beverley Art Gallery, and is produced in association with Beverley FM, using its studios and technical expertise.

How can I access this away from the office?
Staff can access the podcast via the intranet from home and can also listen to the podcast for free via SoundCloud.

You can also download the podcast from SoundCloud to listen to on another device but will need to create an account to do this.

Is the podcast content available in other ways?
I Heard It Through The Grapevine has been developed by the corporate communications team to complement other internal communications channels, including the new-look intranet and The Grapevine. Some features will appear across all three channels.

On request, a transcript of the podcast can be provided. This can be requested by emailing pressoffice@eastriding.gov.uk

Can I make suggestions for future editions?
Staff are encouraged to submit their ideas for items to be included in future editions by emailing pressoffice@eastriding.gov.uk


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