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By day, Cathryn Appleton works in the digital creative department of TJ Morris but in her spare time you’ll find her in front of Liverpool landmarks painstakingly setting up miniature scenes for Honey, I shrunk Liverpool.
We find out how Lois Warrington got the role as Marketing Manager at Sound City and what advice she has for budding digital marketers.
We chat with BBC Radio Merseyside presenter and LJMU alumna, Ngunan Adamu about what it's like to work in radio.
We talk to Abbie Romano to find out why she chose to study engineering and her views on how women are perceived in the sector.
Meet Nicola Robinson – pentathlete, Sport Scholar alumna and Programme Leader in Sports Coaching at LJMU.
We talk to some LJMU alumnae and students who chose to pursue engineering as a career. The first in our series features Louisa King, one of The Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering.
A lecturer of physical education at LJMU, Kelly Massey achieved huge success as an elite athlete.
Meet Carl Langan-Evans – high performance coach, Sport Scholar alumnus and key member of staff in the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences.
Richard Armstrong, recipient of the new Beth Tweddle MBE Award in MSc Strength and Conditioning, talks about what led him to study at LJMU and how he deals with new challenges.
Sedentary behaviour expert, Sophie Carter, explains why binge watching TV is detrimental to your health.