Since the UK was placed in lockdown on March 23, daily life as we knew it has been paused. Having to stay indoors most of the time, people have had to re-arrange the way they live and work; and for many the lockdown has been testing relationships. But are we all coping on the same degree with the changes these extraordinary times brought?

In this #LifeInLockdown podcast, Aodhán (17) and Milo (22) examine how the lockdown has been affecting both relationships and mental health, and how work and educational needs were turned upside down by the situation; while reflecting on the unique sense of community in Derry/Londonderry.

This podcast was produced by Headliners Foyle members Aodhán Roberts and Milo Quigley. It was produced as part of our #LifeInLockdown series and made possible by The National Lottery Community Fund.