So after 18 months, it’s all change with the furlough scheme finally coming to an end. But what does it mean for businesses in South Yorkshire and what will the impact be?

Our latest podcast episode with We Are Sound Media’s James Marriott is all about just that.

At one point we had predictions of mass redundancies but with the current crisis in recruitment, will that come to pass?

And what support is still out there for businesses still feeling the impact of the pandemic?

We set out to answer these questions and more in the latest unLTD podcast, with employment lawyer Hannah Haywood from Bhayani HR & Employment Law in Sheffield.

Plus, there’s lots more in it too – find the episode in the podcast app on your phone (just search for ‘unLTD Business’).

Don’t be an imposter

I work with both businesses and individuals to create amazing podcasts on an incredibly wide range of subjects.

Often, they have very little in common – with different aims, formats, lengths, and branding. One thing they do tend to share, though, is the barriers they need to overcome right at the beginning.

Imposter Syndrome is a big hurdle. For most people, stepping into podcasting is completely out of their comfort zone, something totally new. So it’s normal to feel that apprehension and believe me, nearly every new podcaster does.

I think there are a few steps which can really help you overcome it and I don’t have enough space to go into them all here – but if you’d like to read more, head to the blog section of my website at and have a look.

Podcast Spotlight: Barnsley Museums

History podcasts are all over the place – but one thing I love about podcasting is its ability to tell some of the local stories that you just won’t find anywhere else.

Barnsley Museums’ podcast does just this.

Every episode delves into a story you’ve probably never heard before and brings it to life.

A recent one from August covers The Wharncliffe Woodmoor Disaster back in 1936, along with an interview earlier this year with poet and broadcaster Ian McMillan and a special episode dedicated to LGBT History Month.

Take a trip back in time and learn more about Tarn!

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