Let’s take a general look at the year 2021, what happened, what changed, the good and the bad of the whole year. And what 2022 looks like in general terms.
Let’s talk about Climate Change, this episode touches on the importance of climate change, what are the causes and consequences that we live day by day and have become normalized.
In this episode, we are talking about competitive admissions, how challenging it can be to find a place against all the applicants within the University.
In this episode, we explore the practicalities of surviving in a zombie apocalypse. I take Rohan through the various issues that need to be evaluated when trying to zombie proof your home and he offers new ideas and considerations that my initial plans might not have fully accounted for.
In this episode, we are talking about re-applications, covering who might be considering it, if there’s any point in it, and what to do if you’re in this position and want to try again.
In this podcast, Rohan and I talk about the college system and our own experience within it. We start by explaining what a college is, what it comprises of, and its relevance to you as a student. Then we go into discussing the pros and the cons of such an environment.
In this podcast, Rohan and Will discuss public health topics focussing on vaccines and health screening. We explore firstly what they are and why they are important, and then why they are sometimes not as popular as you’d expect. There’s a broader tangent into why people might not listen to medical science, education system issues, and conspiracy theories. There’s also a brief discussion about civil liberties and understanding how, for people who do lack the education, being wary of things they don’t understand isn’t unsensible.
In this podcast, we tackle a bit about the different kinds of universities in the UK. Rohan’s preference for city universities, and my preference for campus universities means we were both looking for very different things when applying and we discuss what it was that made us pick that way, how things turned out, and if we’d do things differently in hindsight.
In the third episode of the Two Blues, Will & Rohan chat about different approaches to learning and revision. With Will’s psychology and Rohan’s medical background, this shapes up to be an interesting debate.
With Oxbridge comes a great many stereotypes, but which are true and which have been twisted over time? Rohan & Will do some Oxbridge mythbusting in this episode – listen in to see which are true!
The inaugural episode of the Two Blues Podcast! To kick things off, Rohan and Will discuss “why bother” with an Oxbridge application at all – after all, it’s a pretty gruelling process at times!