Jeannine of All Trades

-- '(Jeannine) of all trades, master of none, but oftentimes better, than master of one.'

'Ello peeps :) I'm Jeannine, Pakistani born and bred, final year Biology student.

Have you ever had the feeling where you're in a crowd and you only have vague knowledge about a topic and can't contribute... so you just keep looking at everyone's faces while you have an internal crisis about what an ignorant little idiot you are? SAMESIES.

Well join me every Thursday 10-11pm and we'll deep-dive into topics I don’t know a lot about (yay!) so we can flaunt those factz next time LIKE A BOSS cool

Hmu if you like the sound of my show and wanna talk about something that interests you!

All the love,

JeanBean heart

Blog

19/03/2020 Love, JeanBean <3

Posted Thursday 2 April 2020 by Jeannine

With the quarantine in place, everyone's spirits are on a 'lockdown' *wink wink*. So what better do to than slip into your pyjamas, get cosy in bed and listen to some Radio Tea served by yours truly! This perfect blend is scientifically proven (by me, a biologist, 100% reliable) to calm your nerves and lighten your hearts by making you laugh at my weird gossip, contemplate on fate and destiny and listen to me get emotional that this might be my last show. (I actually cried a lot when I got home) :'(

05/03/2020 What They Fail to Tell You...

Posted Friday 6 March 2020 by Jeannine

4th Year Design Engineer Minal Chaudhary and 2nd Year Medic Amanda Hertzberg discuss the 'selective' UK curriculum. While Henry VIII and the British victory of WW1 are lavishly glorified, UK institutions conveniently ignore the atrocities committed against the Asian community.

27/02/2020 Nice to Meat You

Posted Saturday 29 February 2020 by Jeannine

3rd Year Biologist Reka Tron tells us all about the mystery and excitement behind meat alternatives and cultivated meat. Tune in to find out how the meat industry is changing and where to find meat made from peas! (hint: famous burger chain right here in London...)

13/02/2020 A Trip to Taiwan

Posted Saturday 15 February 2020 by Jeannine

3rd Year Biologist Andy Ko took us on a trip to the land of mooncakes and bubble tea! Tune in to find out about the Taiwanese people and their traditions. Andy also shares where to find authentic Taiwanese food in London and the right way to rest your chopsticks!

Previous Broadcasts

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Thursday 19 March 2020 (22:00 – 23:00) ▶ Stream ▶ Download stream
Thursday 5 March 2020 (22:00 – 23:00) ▶ Stream ▶ Download stream
Thursday 27 February 2020 (22:00 – 23:00) ▶ Stream ▶ Download stream
Thursday 13 February 2020 (22:00 – 23:00) ▶ Stream ▶ Download stream