Wednesday night rounded off a momentous day for women’s football in this country, with Chelsea Ladies taking on Arsenal Ladies and Lincoln Ladies up against Doncaster Rover Belles.
Shauna Mullin, Team GB beach volleyball player provides an insight into training, preparations and hopes for the London Olympics.
If you think forests are only for hikers and picnic-loving bears, it’s time to think again. Bursary recipient Antony Mottershead explains how the Forestry Commission at Grizedale, in the heart of the world famous Lake District National Park, is using the forest as a very unique setting for innovative art projects to engage the public.
Richard Stock, Explore Rowing Programme Manager, dips an oar into rowing history and explains how Explore Rowing is bringing the sport to the whole community.
On the back of the recent Next Gen Skills Review, Michael Rawlinson, Director General of The Association for UK Interactive Entertainment (UKIE) discusses next steps for the UK’s video games and interactive entertainment industry is to reach its full potential.
Ciaran Williams, captain of the Great Britain men’s handball team, explains more about the game and his hopes that good results at London 2012 could be a catalyst for getting more people involved in the sport.
With less than 500 days until the start of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, we want school children from across the country to feel part of this once in a lifetime event. The School Games will help to do just that.
James Thomas, Head of Operations at Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby, give us the lowdown on the no-holds-barred world of wheelchair rugby, its charity projects and the tournaments helping British players get in shape for the Paralympic Games.
Rachel Waterman, a member of the London 2012 Nations and Regions Group team, tells us about being on the road with an Olympian to promote the London 2012 Games around the UK.
Leah Bartczak, who won a placement at Brighton Photo Biennial as a Projects Coordinator, ponders the difficulty of mapping out your future when you work in an industry like the arts but explains how thinking about the long-term helped her land a big promotion just a few months into her first arts job.