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During a visit to the warehouse in Calais that distributes clothing and equipment as well as preparing food for refugees, we were struck by the number of women working there. In this interview Linda Ness asks why people go to Calais to help the refugees and what they do to support them.
The piece gives an interesting insight into the situation of the refugees in Calais (summer 2018).
Refugee Community Kitchen: http://www.refugeecommunitykitchen.com/
Help refugees: https://helprefugees.org/volunteer/calais/
Linda Ness meets women who have chosen to go to Calais to support refugees
A far reaching interview with Helen Meissner, business woman and music promoter who talks about working with her music producer daughter, having 4 marriages, failure, confidence, and why there are so many female acts on the line up at her music festival Folkstock.
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Suzie Thorpe meets Helen Meissner
Dr Tamsin Brown has invented a device which helps children with glue ear. Tamsin, a paediatrician was asked who most inspired her to go into medicine, and had a very interesting answer – a real twist in the tale!
Listen to her interview below to find out more about this interesting woman and the work she is doing .
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Suzie Thorpe chats to Dr Tamsin Brown