Episodes

Episode 6: Louise Romain

This episode introduces us to someone who is taking an intriguingly novel approach to tackling Climate Change. Louise works for Stop Ecocide International, an organisation which is attempting to criminalise “mass destruction to ecosystems” at the International Criminal Court.

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Episode 3: Simon Clark

This week we learn how physics and sci-fi enthusiast, Simon Clark, has embraced modern communications in order to educate his audience on protecting the earth’s atmosphere.

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Episode 1: Dave Borlace

In this week’s episode, we hear how a man from a family of coal-miners has turned his attention to raising awareness on the dangers of Climate Change.

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Episode 7: May Parsons

Do you remember that iconic moment the first UK vaccine was administered? Well, this week, we will be hearing the story of the nurse who provided that vaccine, her name is May Parsons.

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Episode 5: Ella & Luke

In this week’s episode, we get to hear the voices of children and a parent who has been impacted by lockdown. Andrea has spoken previously on the podcast but this time she is accompanied by her eldest daughter, 9-year-old Ella, and her son, 7-year-old Luke. 

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Episode 4: Carlos Adams

In this episode, we meet Carlos: a single father of a 10-year-old daughter and a fifteen-year-old son. We hear about the struggles Carlos has faced in trying to support his son in the midst of his son’s antisocial and sometimes violent behaviour.

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Episode 3: Matthew Easton

In this episode we learn about Phoebe from the perspective of her father, Matthew. Phoebe is a nine-year-old girl who happens to have Down’s Syndrome. Matthew recounts his experiences of what it is like to raise a child who is so often labelled by her condition.

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Episode 2: Chrissy

This episode introduces us to Chrissy, a woman who has many strings to her bow, including being a tutor, a coach and a poet. She was living on her own in London when the lockdown was announced and she found herself feeling particularly isolated. As a result, when there was a call for people to help at her local food bank, she answered that call immediately.

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