60:53 minutes (24.39 MB)
Some of the highlights of the week's Community Chest shows.
Eating Disorders - Rosie Thomas and Diane Archer from Norfolk Eating Disorders Association discuss the causes, symptoms, treatments and local services with Mike Stonard
60:00 minutes (24.04 MB)
Some of the highlights of the week's Community Chest shows. This week: "Wombling" with Karen Athey-Woods who has set up a new social enterprise locally to recycle discarded waste; "Tech Talk" with Tim MacWilliam and Richard Dicks discussing online security; Hannah Noble of the "Make Time for Tea" campaign and Gemma Byrne from the "Eve Appeal' discuss Ovarian Cancer; and Stash Kirkbride talking to Jane Aldiss about her approach to yoga and relaxation and the teaching she does locally.
38:43 minutes (15.51 MB)
Mike Stonard talks to Craig Wiffen about his plan to kayak around the UK in support of the charity "Help for Heroes"
59:59 minutes (24.03 MB)
Some of the highlights of the week's Community Chest shows. This week: Mike Stevens talks to Keira Bartlett of Norfolk OCD Support about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder; Jan Ainsley discusses Norfolk County Council's controversial new incinerator proposal with UEA academic Chris Edwards; and Jasmine talks to Trevor Phillips of the Norfolk Coalition Against The Cuts about their opposition to the County Councils financial cuts proposals.
60:31 minutes (34.63 MB)
Writer Lynsey White talks to Kate about the 7 tracks that mark out her 7 ages
10:08 minutes (4.07 MB)
In a fascinating conversation, local woman Laura Blizzard tells Mike Stonard about Mwanzo Mwema, the UK based non-profit organisation she founded, which is committed to supporting disabled children in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in building independent lives. For more information go to: mwanzomwema.wordpress.com