We were really excited to hear that Sonita Alleyne OBE had been appointed Master of Jesus College. Sonita is the first woman to lead the college since its foundation in 1496.
Linda Ness spoke to her about the job and her life.
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Linda Ness talks to Sonita Alleyne
VAT on sanitary products is about to be scrapped - good news long overdue. However there is another side to this, because money raised from the VAT has been used to help support females facing issues such as domestic and sexual abuse, mental health and long term unemployment.
The UK Community Fund manages this money and ensures that it goes to deserving charities. Sara Marshall from the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation talks to Linda Ness about how the money has been spent.
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Linda Ness talks to Sara Marshall
Little Jo a.k.a. Joanne Graham, is an artist based in Bury St Edmunds. Jo is a portrait artist but has also been inspired to draw keys and skulls because of stories from her past.
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Suzi Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Little Jo
Lifelong supporter of Cambridge City football club, Alice Dewey is now General Manager of the Club, and is involved in the building a new stadium. We hear about the job she loves and the club which is like a second family.
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Linda Ness and Suzi Thorpe talk to Alice Dewey