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Sport has the power to transform people’s lives, both on and off the field and women's sport has the extra ability to knock down barriers and challenge the status quo. The Game Changers podcast will give you the chance to sit down with some of the biggest names in women’s sport as they talk frankly about their historic careers, what drives them and how they’ve dealt with some of the toughest challenges they’ve faced. You may be surprised at what you hear – you’ll certainly be inspired. You c ...
 
These oral history interviews, conducted by Georgina Ferry, capture the stories of pioneering women at the forefront of research, teaching and service provision for computing in Oxford, 1950s-1990s. Themes throughout the interviews include career opportunities, gender splits in computing, the origins and development of computing teaching and research in Oxford, as well as development of the University of Oxford's Computing Service and the commercial software house the Numerical Algorithms Gr ...
 
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Chief Women's Football Officer at FIFPRO, the global football players' union, Amanda is a soccer player, coach and data-driven marketer. Her previous roles include Vice President of Fan Engagement at Major League Soccer (MLS) and President of United Soccer. Find out more about The Game Changers here Presented by Sue Anstiss…
 
Maria is Executive Director of Women Win, an organisation that leverages the power of sport to equip adolescent girls and young women to exercise their rights. A former Global Director of Community Investments at Nike, Maria championed sports and play as a powerful tool for social change. Find out more about The Game Changers here Presented by Sue …
 
Professional footballer Jess Fishlock has played in nine countries winning numerous accolades include a UEFA Women’s Champions League winners medal. Wales’ most capped footballer. Jess is the first player, male or female, to reach 100 caps for her country. Off the field Jess is a role model for the LGBTQ+ community. Find out more about The Game Cha…
 
Fleet Street's first female football writer, Julie Welch blazed a trail for women in sports media. An award-winning sportswriter for the Observer, Julie was the 'girl in the press box' for 15 years. Julie openly shares her observations around what makes a great sports journalist, sexism in sports reporting and how much more she's gone on to achieve…
 
The first South Asian woman to coach in men's professional football, it was her twin brother's mental health breakdown and her role as a young carer, that motivated Manisha Tailor to work in grassroots football. She progressed through the game and was appointed as an academy coach at QPR. In 2017 Manisha received an MBE for services to football and…
 
Dawn Scott shares her unconventional path to be becoming a sports scientist, her role in helping the US National Team win two World Cups and Olympic Gold and her hopes for the Lionesses at the next Euros and World Cup. Find out more about The Game Changers here Presented by Sue Anstissโดย Sue Anstiss
 
An award-winning broadcaster and journalist, Jessica has worked in the sports industry for over a decade, for organisations including the BBC, BT Sport and TalkSPORT. Jessica now presents Sky Sports News and hosts the Women's Football Show on Sky. As a former football player, Jessica is committed to levelling the playing field and ensuring sport is…
 
The new series, which is sponsored by Barclays, launches on Tuesday March 2, 2021 and will feature: Jessica Creighton – Award winning journalist and broadcaster working for Sky Sports Dawn Scott – Senior Physical Performance Manager for the Lionesses, having previously helped the US Women’s National Team win two World Cups and Olympic Gold Manisha …
 
We got blocked!! :'( Sam and Caytlin discuss what hockey leagues are doing for the Black Lives Matter movement, playing in a pandemic, and being trans in sports. Stay safe everyone!! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/biscuitsandtea)โดย Sam & Caytlin
 
A footballing legend, TV and radio personality, Ian Wright is a huge supporter of the women's game. In this 50th episode of the podcast the Barclays Football Ambassador openly talks about the challenges facing female pundits, sponsorship and broadcast deals and the potential impact of a home Euros in 2022. Find out more about The Game Changers here…
 
Co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse continue with part 2 of their podcast with former Northeastern University standout goaltender, Florence Schelling, who lead the Swiss women's Olympic hockey team to the bronze medal at the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Florence was named MVP of that tournament. Today, she is the General Manager of …
 
Holy Hannah Hockey is Here!! Welcome to season 2 of Biscuits and Tea! Sam and Caytlin obviously aren't in the swing of things as they stagger at the arrival of a brand new season of hockey. (Sorry for the mic clipping, Caytlin will adjust their mic in the future) Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/biscuitsandtea)…
 
In part one of their two part series, co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse talk with one of the greatest goaltenders all time, Florence Schelling, the former Northeastern University standout, who was the MVP of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Women's Hockey Tournament when she lead Switzerland to a bronze medal!. Florence recently made history w…
 
Co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse talk to Lewiston, ME, native, former Providence College standout and Head Women's Hockey Coach at the College of the Holy Cross, Katie LaChapelle. Katie is also the Head Coach of the USA Women's National U-18 team. They talk about Katie' career as a player and her time at Providence College, her college coa…
 
This football legend has 149 caps for England and plays for Man City. She’s played in four World Cups and was part of Team GB at the London 2012 Olympics. Jill Scott left her hometown club of Sunderland to play for Everton in 2006 and went on to help them win the FA Women's Premier League Cup in 2008 and FA Women's Cup in 2010. In 2008 she was vote…
 
Jane Purdon leads Women in Football as its CEO. A qualified lawyer, Jane has worked at the highest level of football and sport. As Head of Governance and Leadership at UK Sport Jane oversaw the creation of the Code for Sports Governance. Before this she worked at the Premier League as Director of Governance and began her career in football as Club …
 
Sian Massey-Ellis is one of England’s highest profile female match officials, working the in the Premier League and EFL. Sian has been a real trailblazer for female officials, appointed to matches in the Football League Trophy, UEFA Women's Champions League, the FIFA Women's World Cup and the UEFA Europa League. Sian turned professional in 2010 and…
 
Mary Harvey was a goalkeeper for the US Women's National Soccer team, winning both the World Cup and Olympic Gold. A former Director of Development at FIFA, Mary did much to drive gender reforms, and the work she did still has huge global impact for the women’s game. Mary also served on the board of US Soccer for 12 years and was CEO for the US Wom…
 
As manager of the Scotland women's team, Shelley Kerr led them to qualify for the World Cup for the first time in 2019. A former Scottish international, Shelley captained Scotland as well as clubs including Kilmarnock and Hibernian. During her playing career she won every domestic honour in Scotland and played in the UEFA Women's Cup. She won 59 ca…
 
Gail Newsham has spent almost three decades telling the story of the Dick, Kerr Ladies - arguably the most important team in the history of women's football. Gail is the author of ‘In A League of The Own!’ the authoritative book about the famous team and the history of women’s football. Growing up near the factory in Preston where the team was orig…
 
Co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse talk with Christa Talbot Syfu in part three of their podcast series with the former Providence College standout and longtime girls head hockey coach at Williston Northampton school. In this episode, Christa talked about transitioning from playing at Williston to the college game. Coach Deraney discussed how…
 
Arsenal legend Rachel Yankey was the first professional female player registered in England, and went on to became one of the country’s most successful and well known footballers. She became England’s most capped playing in 2013, beating Peter Shilton’s record with 129 caps. Having played in the UK for Arsenal, Fulham and Birmingham City Rachel Yan…
 
Gabby Logan is one of Britain's most influential women in sport. A former international gymnast Gabby is now a household name presenting many of our most popular sports TV programmes including the Olympics, London Marathon, Match of the Day, World Athletics Championships and Sports Personality of the Year. Gabby talks openly about her career path f…
 
Series 6 The Game Changers is supported by Barclays and features fearless women in football. It launches on Tuesday November 3, 2020 and guests include Gabby Logan: Leading sports broadcaster Rachel Yankey: Arsenal and England legend Shelley Kerr: Former international now Scotland Manager Gail Newsham: Author of ‘In a League of Their Own’ and an ex…
 
Skipper of the first all-female crew in the Whitbread Round the World Yacht Race, Tracy was also the first woman to receive the Yachtsman of the Year Trophy. The story of Tracy and her team is beautifully told in the 2018 documentary Maiden.โดย Sue Anstiss
 
A former Olympian, Katie led the transformation of high performance sport in New Zealand and now heads women's rugby at World Rugby. We talk gender balance, female coaches, leadership, sport for development, player welfare, sponsorship and World Cups.โดย Sue Anstiss
 
SSB Women in Football Podcast is fronted by Joanne Hendry and will feature conversations from women in football around Scotland, England and beyond. In this episode Jo speaks to Vikki Allan, FIFA Assistant Referee working in the men's and women's game in Scotland who is blazing a trail in the game for female officials and following in her referee D…
 
Alison Oliver is Chief Executive at the Youth Sport Trust, the children’s charity working to ensure every child enjoys the life-changing benefits that come from sport and play. A former PE teacher and fellow Loughborough graduate, Ali is hugely respected across the entire sports and education sector. This series of The Game Changers is supported by…
 
SSB Women in Football Podcast is fronted by Joanne Hendry and will highlight the stories of women in football around Scotland, England and beyond. In this episode Jo speaks to the new coach of Partick Thistle Women's Football Club, Brian Graham.
 
Dame Sarah Storey is the most successful British female Paralympian of all time with 38 World titles, 14 Paralympic Golds and 76 world records. Sarah was just 14 when she made her Paralympic debut at Barcelona 92, winning five medals including two Golds. She went on to win more medals in the pool at Atlanta, Sydney and Athens before moving to cycli…
 
Co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse talk to Williston Northampton Girls' Head Hockey Coach, Christa Talbot Syfu in part two of their four part podcast series with the former Providence College women's hockey star. Syfu talked about what it was like attending Williston as a student and why it was so beneficial to her academically and athletica…
 
Eleanor Oldroyd is one of Britain’s most respected sports broadcasters. If you love sport, you’ll be incredibly familiar with Elly’s voice as she’s been on our airwaves since the 1990’s and is a real trailblazer for women in sports media. Twice voted Sports Presenter of the Year, Elly hosts powerful debates and documentaries for the BBC and right n…
 
Welcome to series five of The Game Changers, the podcast where you’ll hear from extraordinary, trailblazing women in sport. I am thrilled to say that this series of The Game Changers will be supported by Sport England, who have done so much to tackle the inequalities women face across all areas of sport. From the much celebrated This Girl Can campa…
 
SSB Women in Football Podcast is fronted by Joanne Hendry and will feature women in football around Scotland, England and beyond. In this episode Jo speaks to Dundee United's head of football administration and legal affairs, Laura McCallum.
 
Emma Hayes is Manager at Chelsea Women. Having twice led Chelsea to the FA Cup and Super League double, once again this year Emma’s team won the Barclays FA WSL. It’s a fascinating conversation where Emma talks very openly about her life, her career and shares lots of advice for others hoping to be high level coaches in the future. Just to flag, th…
 
This week's guest is Dame Heather Rabbatts, a businesswoman whose career has covered law, government, sport and media, including high profile positions at the Football Association, Millwall Football Club, the BBC and Channel 4. Heather now heads the Women’s Sports Group so, as well and discussing her career and advice for leadership, we also explor…
 
Dr Rimla Akhtar is former Chair of the Muslim Women’s Sport Foundation and the first Muslim woman to sit on the Football Association Council. Ranked by Forbes and the Independent as one of the most powerful women in international sports, in 2015 Rimla was awarded an MBE for "her contribution to equality and diversity in sport” The Game Changers: Fe…
 
This is the first of a first of a four part podcast series that co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse did with Christa Talbot Syfu, the girls' head hockey coach at The Williston Northampton School in Easthampton, MA. Christa went to Williston for two years before going on to a standout career at Providence College under Coach Deraney. Now, Chri…
 
Had Rose Reilly been born a boy, she would undoubtedly be celebrated as a national hero, one of Scotland’s greatest ever footballers. As it is, her amazing career and her story went untold for decades by those who should have be celebrating her incredible sporting achievements. Eight league titles, World Player of the Year award, four golden boots,…
 
Our guest this week is Ebru Koksal. Following a career in New York as a financial analyst at Morgan Stanley, Ebru became CEO at Galatasaray. She was the first woman to be elected to the Executive Board of the European Club Association and became the first, and only, female General Secretary of the Turkish Football Federation. Ebru is now Chair of W…
 
SSB Women in Football Podcast is fronted by Joanne Hendry and Callum Bell and will feature plenty of women in football around Scotland, England and beyond. In this episode Jo speaks to former Aberdeen player, Christy Grimshaw who has just joined Italian giants, AC Milan.
 
My guest this week is Stacey Copeland. Stacey has represented her country at an international level in two sports – football and boxing. Following a successful football career, where she represented England, played in the FA cup final, and played overseas for six years in the US and Sweden; Stacey then went on to pursue her dreams of a career in bo…
 
My guest today is Moya Dodd, one of the most influential women in global sport. Former vice-captain of the Australian women’s football team, Moya served on the board of Football Federation Australia and Asian football's governing body, before she became one of the first women to join the FIFA Council, where she took a lead role on gender reforms. M…
 
This is part two of co-hosts Coach Bob Deraney and Hank Morse's interview with referee Katie Guay, who is a trailblazer for women's refereeing. She has ref'ed women's and men's Division 1 hockey, the Women's Olypics in 2018 and the NHL rookie showcase in Anaheim, CA!โดย Hank Morse
 
My guest today is Steph Houghton MBE, captain of the Lionesses and Man City. Steph’s represented her country at every level, with over 100 appearances for England. Steph’s also led Man City to two Women's FA Cups, three Continental Cup successes and the FA Women's Super League title, as well as landing the PFA’s Merit Award in 2019. Representing Te…
 
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