March broadcast

Our most recent broadcast was on Wednesday 30th March 2011, from 7pm (London time). Some of the items are available online to download or listen again. Please click on the links where shown below.


7pm Reports and features for International Women’s Day (and month)
Andrea Rangecroft and Cathy Aitchison look at the new United Nations agency UN Women and hear from Eleanor Laing, MP, who led a debate in the House of Commons in support of the new agency, and Lesley Abdela, a specialist in gender who works to increase the participation of women in democracy and governance in countries around the world.
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7.55pm Appeals
We included two appeals: for the Red Cross Japan Tsunami Appeal and for the Oscar Haiti Education Fund

8pm Ealing series of interviews and features
Yula Burin talks to Margaret Nyuydzewira of Came Women & Girls Development Organisation (CAWOGIDO) Click here for details and to listen
Plus: Debbie Golt talks to Mary Edwards of Open Age Project about the REACH programme, which encourages and enables people aged 50+ in West London boroughs including Ealing to resume or take up employment.
Click here for details and to listen

8.30pm Artbeat with Ursula Troche
Including an interview with Carleen De Sözer, Artist in Residence at West London Art Factory in North Acton, about her own art and about West London Art Factory, which offers artspace, workshops and events.

9pm Outerglobe with D J Debbie
Including a preview of the new album from the Sudanese singer/songwriter Ameira Kheir, which launches on 31st March, plus information about the new fund Women Make Music, launched by the PRS for Music Foundation for women music creators.

10pm East and West
Panjabi music with Kashmir Panue
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