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Life wouldn't be the same. Life couldn't be the same
Episode 49th January 2023 • Forever Leeds • Leeds Alumni
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This bumper episode features contents from the Leeds alumni digital magazine as well as a few highlights from last year's episodes.

Steve Rosenberg (Russian 1991) describes momentous events during his time as the BBC's Moscow correspondent and how his life at Leeds shaped his career. 1:27

After treating casualties in Libya and Iraq, Moez Zeiton (Medicine 2009) tells how, within weeks of returning to Manchester, he put his medical war experience into practice with the arena bombing. 12:06

Like what you hear? Find out more with the latest edition of Leeds magazine

Highlights from last year:

Hollywood star Chris Pine (JYA English 2001) tells us why he loved his time at the University of Leeds. 18:47

The creator of Idris Elba's Luther, Neil Cross (English and Theology 1994, MA English 1995), sheds light on why his heroes are complex characters. 20:15

Superstar podcaster and author, Pandora Sykes (English Literature and Language 2009), reminisces about our library, studying with boys and the Top Shop phenomenon. 26:26

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