UK women's sport governance in this week's podcast brought to you by the British Society of Sport History in association with the Institute of Historical Research with last week's host, Raf Nicholson, in the hot seat for the first of the BSSH's Sport in History seminars at the IHR.
Sport and empire in this week's podcast brought to you by the British Society of Sport History in association with the Institute of Historical Research. Raf talks to regular podcast host Geoff Levett about his work looking at sport in the British and French Empires at the beginning of the twentieth century.
Already a jolly party we were by no means discontented, but with one server struggling to keep pace with the demands of a fairly busy room the extra bonhomie that you need from a host to encourage an all out assault on the waistline and liver was definitely not forthcoming.
A very Belgian lunch in Liège.
Having dropped ninety quid in an hour for just enough food for a moderately-sized couple I realised that Fumo's dictator-chic interior is funded on the rapid turnover of dictator-budgeted clients spending such sums. It was fun while it lasted there's plenty of other places around St M's L that offer a similar service at less damage to the wallet.
The next BSSH Sport and Leisure History seminar at the IHR will be given by Raf Nicholson, who will be talking about the changing governance of women's sport in the 1990s. Do come along for a stimulating discussion.
6pm Mon 7th October, John S Cohen Room