Episodes

  • Ballet Rosa inspires dancers from all over the world with apparel and accessories for male and female dancers designed using the highest quality materials and engineered for a high level of comfort, mobility, and performance. Ballet Rosa is renowned in the world of dance for their harmonious mastery of technical materials, combined with artistically-inspired design.

    Luis Guimaraes and Ana Filipa from Ballet Rosa introduce us the the world renowned dancewear company, talking about Ballet Rosa’s development as a brand, their brand ethos, and company values. We take an in depth look at Ballet Rosa’s catalogues, including the design process, commitment to communication and connection with dancers, and development of future products to support dancers. This episode also considers the direction of Ballet Rosa in the future, and the importance of innovation, sustainability, and inclusivity alongside the direction of dance.

    Luis is the CEO at Ballet Rosa. Filipa is the Communication Manager at Ballet Rosa.

    Find out more at www.balletrosa.com

    Contact: [email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Leila Kester speaks on pilates for dancers. This episode considers pilates as a “cross training” method for the mind, recognising the power of noticing and observing movement, with less judgement. We discuss the purpose of slower, more mindful movement for development as artists, and the way this can shape and enhance a dance career.

    Thank you to Ballet Rosa for sponsoring today’s episode. Ballet Rosa inspires dancers from all over the world with apparel and accessories for male and female dancers designed using the highest quality materials and engineered for a high level of comfort, mobility, and performance. Ballet Rosa is renowned in the world of dance for their harmonious mastery of technical materials, combined with artistically-inspired design. Check them out and find out more at https://www.balletrosa.com/

    Find Leila here -

    www.leilaspilates.nl

    Instagram: @leilaspilates

    Facebook: Leila Kester

    Linkedin: Leila Kester

    Contact: [email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography.

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  • Frances Clarke discusses her PhD research investigating current and novel approaches to balance.  

    Thank you to Ballet Rosa for sponsoring today’s episode. Ballet Rosa inspires dancers from all over the world with apparel and accessories for male and female dancers designed using the highest quality materials and engineered for a high level of comfort, mobility, and performance. Ballet Rosa is renowned in the world of dance for their harmonious mastery of technical materials, combined with artistically-inspired design. Check them out and find out more at https://www.balletrosa.com/

    Resources - 

    • Clarke, F., Koutedakis, Y., Wilson, M., Wyon, M. (2021) Associations between static and dynamic field balance tests in assessing postural stability of female undergraduate dancers. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science. 25(3), pp.169-175. doi.org/10.12678/1089-313X.091521b 

    • Wyon, M.A., Reeve, E., Ambegaonkar, J., Cloak, R., Clarke, F.A., Davies, P. (2021) Does past experience effect balance in older women: a cross-sectional study comparing retired dancers and age-matched controls? Ageing International, (online). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12126-021-09412-2

    • Clarke, F., Koutedakis, Y., Wilson, M., Wyon, M. (2020) Bilateral differences in dancers’ dynamic postural stability during jump landings. Journal of Dance Medicine & Science. 24(4), pp.183-189. doi.org/10.12678/1089-313X.24.4.183 

    • Clarke, F., Koutedakis, Y., Wilson, M., Wyon, M. (2019) Associations between balance ability and dance performance using field balance tests. Medical Problems of Performing Artists. 34(3), pp.154-160. doi.org/10.21091/mppa.2019.3026 

    • Clarke, F., Koutedakis, Y., Wilson, M., Wyon, M. (2018) Balance in dance performance: A systematic review. Medical Problems of Performing Artists. 33(4), pp.276-286 • Wyon, M.A., Cloak,R., Lucas, J., Clarke, F. (2013) Effect of midsole thickness of dance shoes on dynamic postural stability. Medical Problems of Performing Artists. 28(4), pp.195-198. 

    • Cloak, R., Nevill, A, M., Clarke, F., Day, S., Wyon, M, A., (2010) Vibration training improves balance in unstable ankles. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 31, pp.894-900.   

    Find Frances here -  

    Email: [email protected]   

    Contact: [email protected]  

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast  

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography.

  • Nico Kolokythas explains the development of the 11+ Dance at Elmhurst Ballet School. In a previous episode, we discussed the development of this injury prevention intervention at Elmhurst, and this follow up episode explores how the research has evolved and how it can be beneficial. We look at what is happening now at the school, the importance of keeping play and fun, and using the 11+ as a framework as opposed to a protocol. Nico addresses the attention, criticisms, and debate following the release of the publication, as well as shedding further light with anecdotal data from the school. This episode also considers the role of coaching, communication channels, environment, and future studies in the works.

    Thank you to Ballet Rosa for sponsoring today’s episode. Ballet Rosa inspires dancers from all over the world with apparel and accessories for male and female dancers designed using the highest quality materials and engineered for a high level of comfort, mobility, and performance. Ballet Rosa is renowned in the world of dance for their harmonious mastery of technical materials, combined with artistically-inspired design. Check them out and find out more at https://www.balletrosa.com/

    Find Nico here -  

    Twitter: @nkolokythas  

    Instagram: @strengthmotionmind  

    Website: www.strengthmotionmind.com  

    Email: [email protected]    

    Contact: [email protected]  

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast  

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Markella Kefallonitou, pilates instructor at White Lodge, talks about her work at the Royal Ballet School with young dancers. Markella gives insight into the role of pilates for dancers’ training, the key benefits, and the collaboration also with S&C and the artistic staff. We untie common criticisms of pilates, and discuss the relevance to dance training and subsequent meaningful engagement of the students, including the role of theory and critical thinking. Markella also speaks about how the skills learned can be taken forwards by graduates in their dance career, and after.

    Thank you to Ballet Rosa for sponsoring today’s episode. Ballet Rosa inspires dancers from all over the world with apparel and accessories for male and female dancers designed using the highest quality materials and engineered for a high level of comfort, mobility, and performance. Ballet Rosa is renowned in the world of dance for their harmonious mastery of technical materials, combined with artistically-inspired design. Check them out and find out more at https://www.balletrosa.com/

    Resources -

    Instagram:

    @theballetblogofficial

    @danceprehab

    @onedanceuk

    @dremildpm

    @hypermobilitymd

    Pilates and Conditioning for Dancers by Jane Paris / Crowood Press

    Find Markella here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Website: markellakefallonitou.com

    Instagram: @pilatesforthedancer

    Facebook: /pilatesforthedancer

    Contact: [email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Catherine Haber discusses her research focusing on the use of spotting in pirouettes. Drawing on this research, Catherine notes key aspects of research methods, discussing the challenges the dance presents to research and highlighting the importance of considering multiple approaches to research. Tying in research onions and biomechanics, Catherine provides practical examples for the way different research methods hold different implications for participants, researchers, and dancers.

    Resources -

    Haber, C., & Schärli, A. (2021). Defining spotting in dance: A Delphi method study evaluating expert opinions. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 540396. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.540396

    Haber, C. (2019).  Measuring a Pirouette: Tackling the challenge of quantifying dance | International Association for Dance Medicine & Science (iadms.org)The IADMS Blog.

    Saunders, M. & Tossey, P. (2012). The Layers of Research Design. Rapport.

    Find Catherine here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Contact: [email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • In a second part to Season 2 Episode 1, Niall MacSweeney talks further in depth about the process of implementing S&C at White Lodge, Royal Ballet School. We discuss establishing a training system/program over the years, and how the program now works from Year 7 upwards as a result of being relatively recent. This episode considers specificity vs capacity, in strength and conditioning for dancers in training, with the dynamic correspondence theory. Niall touches on the key factors in dance of the Long Term Athlete Development model, with insight into the practicalities of this at Royal.

    Find Niall here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Twitter: @NiallMacSweeney

    Instagram: @energia_performance

    Contact: j[email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Lauren Attree discusses her work as a sports therapist for dancers. Lauren discusses her Masters at UCL in performing arts medicine, and her experiences as a sports therapist over the UK. We look at working with younger dancers with injuries and rehab, and engagement with strength and conditioning in a competitive dance scene in the UK. Lauren discusses load monitoring in this context as well as challenges. This episode also considers the importance of communication with dance teachers, and education for students.

    Resources -
    Pediatric Dance Injuries: A Cross-Sectional Epidemiological Study - ScienceDirect
    The Relationship Between Muscular Strength and Dance Injuries: A ...: Ingenta Connect-
    Preventing dance injuries: current perspectives (nih.gov)
    https://www.physitrack.com/about-us
    Instagram links:
    @thedancepsychologist
    @dance.science.wellness
    @the.hip.physio
    @researchfordancers
    @dancescienceconnect
    @theballetstrengthpro

    Find Lauren here -
    Email: [email protected]
    Instagram: @Formation.sportstherapy
    Website: www.formationsportstherapy.co.uk

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast
    Contact: [email protected]
    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Ashley McGill discusses her research into Dance for Parkinson’s at ENB. We look at the Dance for Parkinson’s programme, and Ashley’s two studies evaluating the programme through a mixed methods approach. This episode also debates the results of the work, and considers future applications of the research in a healthcare setting.

    Resources -

    http://roehamptondance.com/parkinsons/articles/

    https://www.ballet.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/English-National-Ballet-Dance-for-Parkinsons-research-report.pdf

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24906580/

    https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31038440/

    https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17482631.2021.1950891

    Find Ashley here -

    Email: [email protected] or [email protected]

    Twitter: @DrAshleyMcGill

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Robert Tsai talks about strength and conditioning for young dancers. Rob discusses working as a physical therapist, and finding value in helping dancers improve with strength training. We discuss dancers’ response to S&C, and creating new movement experiences for dancers This episode focuses on ways increase engagement with S&C in fun and play.

    Find Rob here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Instagram: @danceprehab

    Website: danceprehab.com

    Resources -

    See: Sean Cumming, Siobhan Mitchell, Neeru Jayanthi, Tim Gabbett, Derek Miles

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Kathleen Gaines discusses her viral article on dancers’ mental health, and the subsequent dance science research into mental health for dancers. Over the last 10 years, Kathleen has written more than 150 articles on dance for Dance Magazine, Pointe, Dance Spirit, and Dance Teacher magazines. As a result she has had the opportunity to conduct nearly 1,000 interviews with dancers, teachers and dance medical professionals. Minding the Gap was founded as a reaction to the outpouring of support Kathleen received after she posted the article Why are we still so bad at addressing dancers' mental health on the Dance Magazine website in the summer of 2017. Her ambition is to enact a movement which results in mental health being regarded with the same seriousness as physical health in dance culture.

    Find Kathleen here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Resources -

    Teacher workshop series https://www.eventbrite.com/e/raising-the-barre-for-mental-health-a-dance-teacher-workshop-series-tickets-216035858067

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Brooke Winder talks about pelvic floor health. As a physical therapist and educator, Brooke discusses existing research in pelvic floor health on female athletes, and areas for further research. Brooke talks about what the pelvic floor is, the role/function, major flags, and treatment options. We focus on the importance of the pelvic floor for dancers, and how dancers can optimise their pelvic floor health.

    Thank you to The Place London for sponsoring this episode. Located in the heart of London, The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. One of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work. Learn more here: https://www.theplace.org.uk

    Find Brooke here -

    Instagram: @drbrookewinderpt (https://www.instagram.com/drbrookewinderpt/)

    University Web Page: https://www.csulb.edu/dance/page/brooke-winder

    Clinic Website: www.renewmotionpt.com

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Resources -

    One Dance UK Resource—The Pelvic Floor in Dancers: https://www.onedanceuk.org/resource/pelvic-floor-dancers/

    Dance/USA Task Force on Dancer Health Pelvic Floor fact sheet: Dance/USA Fact Sheet Link

    Prevalence of Urinary Incontinence in High-Impact Sport Athletes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7386138/

    Prevalence of urinary incontinence among elite athletes of both sexes: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1440244020307763

    Case Study on Dancer with SI and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy Practice Magazine (page 222): https://www.orthopt.org/uploads/OPTP_Vol29_No4_FINAL_WEB.pdf

    Online continuing education course for healthcare professionals on treating the Pelvic Floor in Performers:https://embodiaapp.com/courses/1113-the-performer-s-pelvis-managing-pelvic-floor-dysfunction-in-dancers-and-artistic-athletes-brooke-r-winder-pivot-dancer

    IADMS 2019 Abstracts (Presentation on Pelvic Floor and Dancers): https://iadms.myshopify.com/collections/abstract-books/products/2019-annual-conference-abstract-book-downloadable-pdf

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Alycia Fong Yan discusses biomechanics in dance shoes, drawing on her experiences as a dancer, clinician, researcher and educator. We discuss the impact of different shoes on foot development, strength, and links to injury. Alycia also reflects on her personal drive to research in this area, including application and translation of research to dancers and teachers. We also look at the complication of aesthetics and tradition in applying and progressing this research in dance.

    Thank you to The Place London for sponsoring this episode. Located in the heart of London, The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. One of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work. Learn more here: https://www.theplace.org.uk

    Find Alycia here -
    Email: [email protected]
    Twitter: @AlyciaFongYan

    Resources -
    IADMS Dancer Wellness Book
    Hopper, L. and A. Fong Yan (2017). The dance environment. Dancer Wellness. M. V. Wilmerding and D. Krasnow. Champaign, IL, Human Kinetics: 3-12.
    Ward, R. E., A. Fong Yan, K. F. Orishimo, I. J. Kremenic, M. Hagins, M. Liederbach, C. E. Hiller and E. Pappas (2019). "Comparison of lower limb stiffness between male and female dancers and athletes during drop jump landings." Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 29(1): 71-81.
    Fong Yan, A., R. M. Smith, C. E. Hiller and P. J. Sinclair (2017). "Impact attenuation properties of jazz shoes alter lower limb joint stiffness during jump landings." Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 20(5): 464-468.

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast
    Contact: [email protected]
    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Archie James discusses his journey through ballet training to physiotherapy, reflecting on new knowledge and learned experience. Archie chats about what he wishes he knew as a ballet dancer, what he would have done differently, and changes that may encourage this in a pre professional environment such as in sports psychology. We look at potential routes into physiotherapy for dancers, and the application process, as well as the merits of a background in dance. Importantly, we focus on the personal development involved in stepping away from ballet, in critical thinking, research, evaluating information, autonomy, and mindset, ultimately advocating for more science integration into ballet training for empowerment.

    Resources -

    Mattiussi, A. M., Shaw, J. W., Williams, S., Price, P. D., Brown, D. D., Cohen, D. D., Clark, R., Kelly, S., Retter, G., Pedlar, C., & Tallent, J. (2021). Injury epidemiology in professional ballet: a five-season prospective study of 1596 medical attention injuries and 543 time-loss injuries. British journal of sports medicine, 55(15), 843–850. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsports-2020-103817

    Markovic G. (2007). Does plyometric training improve vertical jump height? A meta-analytical review. British journal of sports medicine, 41(6), 349–355. https://doi.org/10.1136/bjsm.2007.035113

    van Dyk, N., Behan, F. P., & Whiteley, R. (2019). Including the Nordic hamstring exercise in injury prevention programmes halves the rate of hamstring injuries: a systematic review and meta-analysis of 8459 athletes. British journal of sports medicine, 53(21), 1362–1370.

    Impellizzeri, F. M., McCall, A., & van Smeden, M. (2021). Why methods matter in a meta-analysis: a reappraisal showed inconclusive injury preventive effect of Nordic hamstring exercise. Journal of clinical epidemiology, 140, 111–124. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinepi.2021.09.007

    Lasse Ishøi, Kristian Thorborg, Why clinical context and relevant protocols matter: response to Impellizzeri et al, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (2021), doi: j.jclinepi.2021.10.021

    Franco M. Impellizzeri, Alan McCall, Maarten van Smeden. Why clinical context and relevant protocols matter: author’s reply, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology (2020), doi: j.jclinepi.2021.10.020

    Find Archie here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Instagram: @archie_james_physio

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Sonia Rafferty, dance science practitioner, begins by discussing her values and ethos in dance science. We look at the language used around dance science and the potential impacts of this on the connections with the wider dance community. Sonia talks about Safe in Dance International, the importance of awareness of the dancing body and mind, and practitioner experience. We also mention the effects of teaching online on student experience, and potential for future research in this area.

    Resources -

    http://www.safeindance.com

    BSc queries at TL: [email protected]

    Information about the BSc Dance Science at Trinity Laban: https://www.trinitylaban.ac.uk/course/bsc-hons-dance-science/

    Safe in Dance International social media:

    https://www.facebook.com/safeindanceinternational

    https://twitter.com/safeindance

    https://www.linkedin.com/company/safe-in-dance-international/

    Find Sonia here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Liz Bayley discusses West End Physiotherapy. We look at injuries in Musical Theatre, typical supplementary training for performers, and the importance of strength to improve performance and reduce injuries. We also look at screening in the West End, challenges of scheduling, and Liz discusses how her dance background plays into her current role.

    Thank you to The Place London for sponsoring this episode. Located in the heart of London, The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. One of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work. Learn more here: https://www.theplace.org.uk

    Find Liz here -

    Website: https://lizbayleyphysio.com

    Twitter: @lizbayleyphysio

    Resources -

    Performance enhancing choreography: https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=3QsDJji53OI

    https://lizbayleyphysio.com/2019/11/

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Kendall Baab talks about personal training for younger dancers. We look at Kendall’s journey through grad school during Covid 19 and her MSc research into self efficacy and perfectionism in online classes. Kendall discusses her current work, providing personal dance training for younger dancers as well as online workshops for dancers and teachers. We chat about how dancers can learn more about dance science, and train smarter. We also touch on the using social media to share accessible dance science information.

    Thank you to The Place London for sponsoring this episode. Located in the heart of London, The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. One of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work. Learn more here: https://www.theplace.org.uk

    Find Kendall here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Instagram: https://instagram.com/trainwithkendall

    Website: https://bodykinect.org

    Kendall’s research: https://www.proquest.com/openview/3347091f8450cd92ecec22d44f911a46/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=18750&diss=y

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Nicky Keay and Steph Potreck discuss clinical cases in hormone health and nutrition.

    Thank you to The Place London for sponsoring this episode. Located in the heart of London, The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. One of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work. Learn more here: https://www.theplace.org.uk

    Resources -
    www.health4performance.co.uk
    https://nickykeayfitness.com/about/publications/
    https://www.onedanceuk.org/return-to-dance/#
    https://blogs.bmj.com/bjsm/?s=Keay&submit=Search
    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8487661/
    https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.09.27.21264119v1 and https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.10.29.21265667v1
    https://blogs.bmj.com/bjsm/2021/06/28/hormone-intelligence-for-female-dancers-athletes-and-exercisers/

    Find Nicky here -
    Email: [email protected]
    Website: www.nickykeayfitness.com
    www.facebook.com/nickykeayfitness
    Instagram: @nickykfitness
    Twitter: @nickykfitness

    Find Steph here -
    Email: [email protected]
    Insta and FB: @ausdancersoverseas
    Twitter: AusdancersO
    Website: www.ausdancersoverseas.com

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast
    Contact: [email protected]
    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Megan Bane, athletic trainer at BalletMet, discusses her work as a clinician and educator. This episode looks at Megan's experiences which influences her decision to go into the dance science field, her Masters in hypermobility/pirouettes, and her work with military recruits. We focus on Megan's work at BalletMet, her goals for the future of healthcare in ballet, and the importance of education for dancers in giving them control to take care of their own wellbeing.

    Thank you to The Place London for sponsoring this episode. Located in the heart of London, The Place is a creative powerhouse for dance development that is leading the way in dance training, creation and performance. One of Europe’s most exciting, innovative dance spaces, where artists from all over the world come to push creative boundaries, to experiment and to perform outstanding new work. Learn more here: https://www.theplace.org.uk

    Find Megan here -

    Email: [email protected]

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.

  • Welcome back to SciDance Podcast. SciDance is a dance science podcast presenting discussions with global industry leaders. The podcast aims to enhance dancer wellbeing, health and training at all levels of the sector, making research and information accessible for dancers and teachers. Episodes cover a range of physical and psychosocial topics centred around injury prevention and performance enhancement. Seasons 1 and 2 are available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and most other major podcast platforms. 

    Season 3 Episode 1 coming Monday, November 15th 2021 at 6am GMT.

    Instagram: @scidancepodcast

    Contact: [email protected]

    Cover art by Jill North. Original image by Young Images Photography. Intro sound by William Cook.