"There used to be lines on the floor outside places like Park Hill and the Kelvin," says Airship's Dan Brookman. "You couldn't throw a telly past the red lines and the green lines meant it was safe to walk underneath." Luckily that's all change
We finally got our podcast chops in gear for season two of the popular peoples' podcast (note the apostrophe placing) and what a cracker it is. While we pretend to look after our respective children, Loz and Nic talk positively about other peop
Our little podcast has made it to episode 10, just in time for Christmas. A year where life has changed for everyone. But none more so than Sheffield's director of health Greg Fell. 2020 has seen him leading the city's response to Covid-19. In
Boxing is, of course, in Sheffield’s DNA. From the Bomber to Brook, it has produced its fair share of gloved-up heroes. But the real heroes are operating out of a former school which was in serious danger of falling into dereliction. Then again
Meet Bally, the Speakeasy creator. He’s one of a trio of people doing great things in the previously less than thriving Castlegate area that we feature on this episode. Last time around we focused on the buildings that are making the area swing
Podcast guest Simon Ogden didn't let the Covid restrictions stop his plans to put Castlegate, the ancient heart and beating digital future of Sheffield, into the spotlight.Normally he's planning a week long jam of events and parties which celeb
Everybody's been getting out in the great outdoors, but it's not just for our own benefit. Looking Up Sheffield brings you three for the price of one by podcasting under a waterfall in Rivelin Valley, in the heart of a former underpass turned e
We never expected to be gone so long. We paused Looking Up Sheffield for three months to adjust and recalibrate before deciding that the news about Hillsborough Park's coach house getting the funding to become the city's first ever dementia caf
Just in time for Valentine's Day, podcast four focuses on Sheffield's Heart Of The City 2, which is even better than the original. We talk to Nalin Seneviratne, director of city centre regen at the council, about progress, heritage and renewal
A special Christmas edition celebrating the River Don. It's been in the news for all the wrong reasons, so it's time to remember why the Don is worth our attention. Looking Up Sheffield urges you to forget the politics and immerse yourself in t
Halloween. This podcast, much like most horror films, is arguably better than the original.We are off to Carbrook Hall. Until recently the most haunted pub in Sheffield. Now the most haunted Starbucks, in the world probably. We talk to barista
Welcome to a new podcast about Sheffield buildings, heritage and people!Our first episode is set, as all first episodes should be, in a former toilet. Not just any toilet, but the public conveniences on the very spot where Sheffield was formed!
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