Bron opens up and talks about her life struggles living with MS, recovering from cancer, suffering from postnatal stress, dealing with depression, isolation and anxiety. Before her diagnose of MS, she had a corporate career in Financial Management Services. She was able to maintain her career until she fell pregnant with her daughter. At this … Read moreWomens Show 9 – Bron Webster diagnosed 23 years ago with MS & later with Cancer talks about her life
Helen has given herself the unique title ‘Fairy Geek Mother’, she uses this colourful, unique job title to stand out in the business crowd. Helen is an email marketing and customer relationship management adviser, she offers support to all sized businesses but also offers a tailored service that works well with small creative and tech … Read moreWomens Show Episode 8 – Helen Lindop offers business support and talks about the importance of the freelance mindset
Marion a retired teacher who has taught gender studies, worked internationally, grew up in a household of 4 dominate females, a feminist talks to Anita about; Bedford First Female Statue, Amy Walmsley life, Kindergarten Education, Women not supporting women, Women do not want to be empowered, Confidence and girls, Confidence can be taught, Children not … Read moreWomens Show Episode 7 – Marion Maule from the Women of Bedford campaign which is raising money to erect Bedfords First Female Statue of Amy Walmsley
Chief Executive of the RSA Spoke at Biddenham School about modern democracy and his ideas for the future. This is part of Biddenham Schools Parliamentary Society events and Bedford Radio was invited along to record the talk so others can hear his thoughts. NOTE: We had a tech failure and missed the first 1 – … Read moreYouth Democracy Show Special – RSA CEO Matthew Taylor speaking at Biddenham School
Emma Garratt was awarded Bedfordshire Business Women of 2018 plus Deputy Lord Lieutenant in 2018. In this interview, she talks about her many accomplishments, her businesses, her marathon running, her charitable work including Soupfest. She reflects on the positive, supportive influence of her family that has inspired her to be who she is today.
Ali Moore, a Psychotherapist, explores the questions ‘Can Women have it all?’ ‘ Do women want independence or a partner to take care of them?’ ‘Why do women have to professional Trade-Off choose between their career and family once they have children, but men very often do not?’ ‘Do women lift each other or compete … Read moreWomens Show Episode 5 – Ali Moore a Psychotherapist discusses Can women have it all, relationships and women lifting women
In this episode Anwyn Rowberry reflects on how her children have reacted when reading books about strong women in history. We discuss feminism, militant feminism and how Anwyn’s husband is more of a feminist than herself, fertility plus we explore the question ‘Can women have anything but not everything?’. Since arriving in Bedford 10 years … Read moreWomens Show Episode 4 Anwyn Rowberry a small business owner talks kids’ books on historical women, feminism, can women have everything, fertility and female small business support in Bedford.
Anita talks to Julia Virdee a Bedford born freelance graphic designer (Julia V Design) https://www.facebook.com/juliavdesignservices. Julia received in 2018 the ‘Bedford Business Women- Self-employed woman of the year award’. Together Anita and Julia reminisce on her school days, her family childhood experiences growing up in a traditional male and female role family. Julia expresses her … Read moreWomens Show Episode 3 Julia Virdee Positive Discrimination Man Bashing & Manosphere
Rachel Rogan the founder of ‘ Women of Bedford’ a project raising money for Bedford’s first female Statue, has an insightful conversation with Anita, discussing female equality. Rachel answers the question ‘are women equal to men’ plus she highlights the importance of male participation when fighting for female and male equality. Women of Bedford Rogans … Read moreWomens Show – Episode 2 Rachel Rogan Talks Men And Female Equality