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As a part of our special investigation, 'Students with Disabilities: Is our Uni doing enough?', Sam Boyle spoke to University of Nottingham Student and Team GB Para-Rower, Emma Collins, about her story of being denied access to the University of Nottingham Rowing Club back in September at Freshers Tent due to her disability.
n the final part of this week's show, our keen pop culture analysts look at Vicky's contradictory opinions on Taylor Swift, and bloopers, before saying some last goodbyes...
And that's all from the Popular Table for this academic year. Thank you so much for listening in week after week. The show will return in September with a slight facelift.
In part 2 of URN Sport's final programme of the academic year, a URN Special Report looks at the launch of the Welfare in Sport programme and the issue of mental health in sport, which the new campaign aims to tackle.
In a special documentary Emma Pearce follows the story of Luke Hutchinson, a transgender student contesting barriers to transgender participation in the Football v Homophobia tournament that was due to take place at the University of Nottingham this year, and which was ultimately cancelled due to the controversy.