Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald is a distinguished medical researcher behind methods of early cancer diagnoses such as the Cyto sponge and currently working on a breath test as a way of diagnosing cancer. She talks to Linda Ness about her work.
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Linda Ness talks to Professor Rebecca Fitzgerald
Women Making Waves contributor Jan Moore meets violinist Paula Muldoon. Paula is the leader of the Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra and has played all over the world, but has more recently become a software engineer. She tells Jan about combining these two seemingly disparate worlds.
Jan Moore talks to Paula Muldoon
Stevie Roach and Juliet Gibbs from ReadEasy, an organisation that helps adults with literacy. They tell us about the work they do and the lives they are changing.
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Linda Ness talks to Stevie and Juliet
Dorothy Byrne is the current President of Murray Edwards College, Cambridge University. Dorothy was appointed Head of News and Current Affairs at Channel 4 in 2003, and during her 17 years in this post the Channel’s news and current affairs programmes won an incredible amount of Awards. Dorothy is also the former World In Action producer and editor of ITV’s The Big Story and was made a Fellow of The Royal Television Society for her “outstanding contribution to television”. She has also won the Factual Award (given by Women in Film and Television), and has written a book called 'Me, I'm not a Politician: A simple guide to saving democracy' in 2019. Dorothy chats to Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness.
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Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Dorothy Byrne