• Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity 12th-19th February 2020

    Joe and Lilith interview Louisa from the Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity, discussing some key events this week that you won’t want to miss!  To find out more, please visit https://nottsfosac.co.uk/ Joe Paternoster and Lilith Hudson   Feature image courtesy of https://nottsfosac.co.uk/ For more podcast content, as well...
  • Government Introduces Free Sanitary Products in Secondary Schools

    Wednesday 13th March 2019 was a pretty wonderful day for women across England. Despite the dismality of more Brexit disappointment, one Conservative did not disappoint as Chancellor Philip Hammond announced in his Spring Statement that starting from September 2019, secondary schools and colleges in England will receive government funding...
  • Jack’s Flight Club: The Travel App Every Student Needs

    Student life can be tough, sometimes when I’m sat in my little uni room, I just feel the urge to get away, yet my overdraft argues otherwise. Here’s my little hack for grabbing those cheap flights to lots of different countries which I’ve advocated and loved for years. And...
  • Dear Agony Aunt: I’m broke and still need to buy Christmas presents…

    Dear Auntie Carol, Any cheap Christmas present ideas for family? I’m strapped for cash and need some inspo. Dear reader… You know, Channel 4 originally asked ME to do their Christmas special. Yes, that’s right – Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas was originally meant to be Carol’s Handmade Christmas! But I...
  • Impact Features Does Bonfire Night

    Bonfire Night On The Forest takes place every year at the Forest Recreation Ground in Nottingham. With all the allures of firework displays, hot food, fairground rides and the fact that it’s FREE entry, we sent Impact’s Ellie Wright to experience the event. We kicked off bonfire night with a jam-packed tram...
  • Guardian, NSA and Snowden: We all should be concerned at attempts to curtail a free press

    The Guardian newspaper has claimed that the UK government is attempting to deny the right of journalists nationwide to a free press due to the “serious consequences” of continuing to publish material about the National Security Agency’s surveillance programme. We at Impact – being out-in-the-open, free press types – are therefore concerned...