It is presented and produced by Morven McIntyre, Dan McLaughlin, and Matt Millard, and it is edited by Matt Millard. Copyright © 2020 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. We all have to make important choices about how best to keep ourselves and our families healthy. read The comedian Victor Borge once … Do it for your classmates and together we can cancel Covid, not classes. Are our drinking habits getting out of hand? What will lectures look like under social distancing? The goal of the project, Alone Together, is to fundraise through creativity. After enough submissions have been gathered, I will put them all together in the form of a book. The lockdown has seen the UK population's drinking levels soar.This episode tackles the subject of our relationship with alcohol and how this has changed during the Covid-19 pandemic.Dan McLaughlin speaks to DrinkAware’s Jennifer Walters about the increase in 'high-risk' drinkers, offering tips and support for those who are struggling with alcohol.Matt Millard speaks to former journalist and business owner Richard Beech about his turbulent relationship with alcohol, which led him to go sober from January.Richard discusses the ill informed stereotypes of alcoholics, and offers advice to recondition your mind against drinking.If you or anyone you know is struggling with alcohol addiction contact DrinkAware’s helpline at 0300 123 1110 or use the online chat service.Alone Together is a Laudable production from the newsrooms of the Manchester Evening News, the Edinburgh Evening News, and Birmingham Live. Whether you learn from home, go back into the classroom or a hybrid, you can take precautions to stay healthy. was created in response to the coronavirus pandemic and now exists as an archive resource for those who face periods of isolation in their lives. Anyone can submit writing or art about their experiences/thoughts related to the virus that has affected all of our lives. Lived experience of isolation and distancing, Simple guidance from a range of isolation experts, CTVC Limited, Registered in England No. There are plenty of ways to keep healthy and safe, Psychology Today: How to Cope with Bereavement During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Psych Central: Grief & Loss in the Time of Coronavirus, Child Mind: Supporting Families During COVID-19, PBS: How to Talk to Your Kids About Coronavirus, Active Minds: Coping and Staying Emotionally Well During COVID-19-related School closures, The Trevor Project — Saving Young LGBTQ Lives, If you are planning to go out in public: Follow your state and local guidelines for guidance on gatherings, recreation, and work. Edited by Matt Millard. There are plenty of ways to keep healthy and safe but staying 6 feet away from others, wearing a mask, and washing your hands are the best ways to stop the spread. Tom explains how the pandemic has impacted travel demand, what the risks are if we all jump into our cars to avoid public transport and what positive things are now being done to help try and reduce the environmental impact of our new, more socially distanced journeys.Alone Together is a Laudable production from the newsrooms of the Manchester Evening News, the Edinburgh Evening News, and Birmingham Live. Maintain distance with your roommate if possible and encourage them to practice safe and healthy behaviors. Alone [Together] was created in response to the coronavirus pandemic and now exists as an archive resource for those who face periods of isolation in their lives. We are in this together! Alone Together - A Coronavirus Podcast Laudable In this episode Matt and Morven discuss all things holidays, as many countries close their borders in an attempt to stop the global spread of Coronavirus, and we continue to be advised to avoid travel unless absolutely necessary, it seems 2020 has become the year of the staycation.Morven McIntyre speaks with Senior Tourist Insights Manager for Visit Scotland, Chris Greenwood, to find out our current holiday trends, what the pandemic has meant for the UK tourist trade and where he predicts the future of the tourism industry heading.And in our local heroes segment, Dan McLaughlin chats with Harry Taylor, who tells us about how he balanced working night shifts at the Guardian with doing voluntary shifts at the Royal Free Hospital in North West London.Alone Together is a Laudable production, written and produced by Matt Millard, Morven McIntrye and Dan McLaughlin, and is edited by Matt Millard. Disinfect frequently-touched surfaces like your phone. 1375941 And what do they feel needs to be done to support them?Matt Millard speaks with Joshua Williams, a postgraduate student at the University of Birmingham and ex-president of the students union, to get a deeper perspective on the challenges that students are facing.Dan McLaughlin speaks with Dr Carole O’Reilly, senior lecturer in media and cultural studies at the University of Salford, who has embraced the change and wants to avoid - in her words - ‘death by PowerPoint’.Dan and Matt also celebrate Journalism Matters Week, an annual campaign that highlights the important role that journalism plays in our society, as they discuss their favourite journalism moments of 2020 so far.Alone Together is a Laudable production from the newsrooms of Birmingham Live, the Edinburgh Evening News, and the Manchester Evening News.Written and hosted by Matt Millard, Dan McLaughlin and Morven McIntyre.Produced and edited by Matt Millard.This October, to mark Black History Month, Laudable has launched a new short-form audio series, Black Lives: Past, Present, and Future. Our online resources don’t come from theories; they all come from those with experience of social distancing or isolation, people who have lived this reality either intentionally like monks and nuns or against their will like hostages or the housebound. Imogen and James, who mentor aspiring musicians at Esche Haus, also share their tips on how to succeed in the industry.Alone Together is a Laudable production from the newsrooms of the Manchester Evening News, the Edinburgh Evening News, and Birmingham Live. You got this. Alone Together has been with you since the start of the coronavirus outbreak. For others, it maybe a useful reflection of a challenging time where much was learned. In this episode we explore the ways we have had to adapt to coronavirus in order to stay safe, and if these changes have helped or hindered our progress to live more sustainably.Are we still on track in the UK for a carbon neutral future? The Coronavirus Response campaign aims to protect communities across the country as well as provide mental health support, because we’re all #AloneTogether. Assume the virus is all around you. On this episode we take a look at the return to universities for students.