Alone Together podcast: how people are staying connected in lockdown

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This week we launched a new podcast to help you through the daily challenges we're all facing right now, due to the coronavirus outbreak.

'Alone Together: A Coronavirus Podcast' will answer your questions with expert insight, and share the inspiring stories of those going the extra mile to support their communities.

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On the second episode, Morven McIntyre and Dan McLaughlin give the lowdown on the government lockdown.

Matt interviews Mazzy Snape, a music creative who has created a platform called ‘Lockdown Brum’ where creatives in Birmingham such as comedians, actors, musicians and many others can submit content for people to watch online.

Dr Rachel Sutherland (above), an Edinburgh based doctor, gives informed answers on the public's pressing questions, from how to protect vulnerable groups to discussing if children are carriers of the virus.

The Scotsman's health correspondent Kevan Christie also shares information on the progress of the coronavirus vaccination that is being developed in the US.

How to listen to Alone Together

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You can listen to Alone Together: A Coronavirus Podcast wherever you get your podcasts, or you can download the Entale app on iOS or Android for exclusive immersive content to accompany this podcast.

Alone Together: a Coronavirus Podcast is also available from all of your favourite podcast providers including Spotify. If you like what you hear, please rate and review the show.

If you have any comments or questions for the next week's episodes, email [email protected], [email protected] or [email protected]