John Hitchin on the place in me

How to be Wrong
How to be Wrong
John Hitchin on the place in me
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John Hitchin at Renaisi has a long track record in learning about the ways in which place can impact on well-being. He reflects here on how we learn about place.

Iain MacRitchie on what young people want in difficult times

Love In Covid Times
Love In Covid Times
Iain MacRitchie on what young people want in difficult times
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Iain MacRitchie, philanthropist and founder of MCR Pathways, returns to the podcast to discuss how the pandemic has impacted young people in or on the edge of foster care.

Collaboration Station with Clare Wightman

Love In Covid Times
Love In Covid Times
Collaboration Station with Clare Wightman
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Clare Wightman leader of the pioneering Grapevine in Coventry talks about looking inwards, not outwards, to find the best responses to the pandemic.

Mike Wilson on community responses to food insecurity

Love In Covid Times
Love In Covid Times
Mike Wilson on community responses to food insecurity
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Leader of the Pembroke House Settlement in South London Mike Wilson on the value of food and neighbourhood during and beyond the pandemic.

Geoff Little on managing a local authority from his kitchen table

Love In Covid Times
Love In Covid Times
Geoff Little on managing a local authority from his kitchen table
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The work of enabling a large market town in North West England to flourish has been overtaken by the pandemic. Geoff Little talks about the new challenges and the way the Town has adapted.

Jay Keenan on graduating from the Transforming Choice programme during lockdown

Love In Covid Times
Love In Covid Times
Jay Keenan on graduating from the Transforming Choice programme during lockdown
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Jay Keenan takes us back to Transforming Choice to tell us about the progress of people giving up a life of addiction, and the constraints of the pandemic.

Locked up in and out of prison with Darren

Love In Covid Times
Love In Covid Times
Locked up in and out of prison with Darren
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Darren was recently released from Dartmoor Prison. He compares lockdown life with locked up life.