the Hear It Podcast

the Hear It Podcast brings the latest insights and ideas on how to better engage youth audiences within marketing and communications.

Hosted by Thread & Fable founder, Rebecca Roberts, interviews will explore themes around the challenges, opportunities and issues when it comes to effectively engaging children and young people.

For all inquiries about the podcast email info@threadandfable.com

Tanya Martin from Women in Sport on Teens vs Sport The Hear It Podcast

This week we’re talking about the latest research into teen girls and sport with Tanya Martin, Insight Manager at Women in Sport, a national charity that works to give every woman and girl the opportunity to experience the transformational rewards of sport.   Tanya Martin @Womeninsport_uk Women in Sport: The Impact of COVID-19 on Girls Lives and Physical Activity, 2021 https://www.womeninsport.org/research-and-advice/our-publications/the-impact-of-the-covid-19-pandemic-on-teenage-girls-lives-and-physical-activity/                                                        Women in Sport Reframing Sport for Teenage Girls 2019 https://www.womeninsport.org/research-and-advice/our-publications/reframing-sport-for-teenage-girls-building-strong-foundations-for-their-futures/    Tanya’s Recommendations Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/en                                                          Vans Off The Wall https://www.vans.co.uk/off-the-wall.html                        Women In Sport Podcast https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-women-in-sport-podcast/id1477178369                                              Girls Talk https://gurlstalk.libsyn.com/                                                        The Psychology of Exercise by Josephine Perry
  1. Tanya Martin from Women in Sport on Teens vs Sport
  2. Nafisa Shafiq from the University of Leeds on Allyship in Student Communications
  3. Emma Leech from Nottingham Trent University on What's Next for Higher Education
  4. Jim Dickinson from WONKHE on What's Next for Higher Education
  5. Dr Thomas Curran from the London School of Economics on Perfectionism and Mental Health