Charlie Howard is a social innovator and psychologist. She talks here about how Covid19 has impacted her life and her clinical work.
Historians note that pandemics accelerate innovation. Before any of us had heard about Covid-19 a group of 53 health organisations in the U.S. formed OVID -the Office Visit is a Dinosaur.
Chief Executive of Bury Council Geoff Little talks about managing the response to the pandemic from the kitchen table, and how the learning from this period can help the Council build back better.
We return to Transforming Choice, a relational approach to responding to alcohol addiction.
Recently released from Dartmoor Prison, Darren compares locked up life to life in lockdown.
Terry Conway, a member of the Finsbury Park Mutual Aid group, talks about her experiences over the last three months.
Andy Fearon, social activist in Carlisle and of the founders of Give a Day, talks about the community’s response to the pandemic.
On Our Radar, in partnership with BBC News, brings the story of how five doctors administering end-of-life care deal with death during the pandemic.
In this episode Nikhil Gupta speaks to us from Baltimore about how Thread and the young people they support are adapting to the crisis.
Anisha Chablani-Medley talks about the impact of the pandemic Roca Inc., leading in relational practice, and on the young people they serve.