Sinopsis

Reports, interviews, chats & features with interesting folk from around the West.

Episodios

  • Episode 39: Panto Time!

    Episode 39: Panto Time!

    18/12/2013 Duración: 17min

    Andy Ford, aka Buttons, in Cinderella at the Bristol Hippodrome - has a chat with Freelance Bristol Mum between performances. He shares the secrets on what makes a panto special, tells us what it's like working with Louie Spence & has advice for the next generation who want to tread the boards.

  • Episode 38: A Taste of Christmas

    Episode 38: A Taste of Christmas

    12/12/2013 Duración: 19min

    I join Louise from Baby Bites in the kitchen, as she cooks up a Christmas breakfast & some cheese gougers. While things bubble away on the stove, we share tasty Christmas memories & how to deal with toddlers who will only eat pudding! Guest contributions from junior reporters, Otis & Jemima.

  • Episode 37: How to guide for party hair

    Episode 37: How to guide for party hair

    05/12/2013 Duración: 08min

    The principle stylist at Duke & Scarlet, Yazz, shares the secrets on how you can create the perfect party hair!

  • Episode 36: Christmas fun made easy

    Episode 36: Christmas fun made easy

    30/11/2013 Duración: 19min

    I catch up with Sharky & George, the Peter Pan's on business - who organise jaw dropping parties. They share the secrets on easy family games to play, to help keeps all ages entertained at Christmas.

  • Episode 35: Racing Through Life

    Episode 35: Racing Through Life

    23/11/2013 Duración: 16min

    Katie Stephens, the manager of Bath racecourse, talks through her childhood days. She tells how hard graft & following her heart, led her to enjoy the work/life balance she has today.

  • Episode 34: Heartfelt words

    Episode 34: Heartfelt words

    18/11/2013 Duración: 07min

    I'm joined in conversation by Bristol poet, Rachel Boast & Poetry By Heart winner, Kaiti Soultana. Together they talk about the experience & differences in poetry recitation and the importance of taking poetry to heart.

  • Episode 33: A childhood with two mothers

    Episode 33: A childhood with two mothers

    13/11/2013 Duración: 36min

    Yvonne Craig Inskip, was brought up in 1930s London, by two mothers. It was a time when women living together was innocent, so no one asked - but her childhood was explained away by secrets. It wasn't until later in life she confirmed which one was her birth mother & traced her father. Her adult years were spent campaigning for contraception to be widely available with 'Every child a wanted child' and fought as a magistrate for mothers to have 50p an hour for childcare. A maverick and inspirational woman. Her story deserves to be told.

  • Episode 32: A slice of the happy pie

    Episode 32: A slice of the happy pie

    10/11/2013 Duración: 20min

    Robin Hague, Head of Communications from the Happy City, tells me how they can help fellow freelance Bristol mum's in both happiness & productivity.

  • Episode 31: Vintage Beauty

    Episode 31: Vintage Beauty

    08/11/2013 Duración: 23min

    A step back in time & chat to Nicole Burnett, the Founder & Editor in Chef of Pretty Nostalgic - simplistic beauty at it's best.

  • Episode 30: A tale of many tales

    Episode 30: A tale of many tales

    04/11/2013 Duración: 08min

    Amy Tilston, editor of Pregnancy Tales, shares how new friends & conversations during pregnancy, paved the way to giving up teaching & publishing a book.

  • Episode 29: All the Fun of the Farm

    Episode 29: All the Fun of the Farm

    31/10/2013 Duración: 28min

    Tish Jeffery, the brains behind the new play barn at Farrington's, tells me her story - of moving in with her in laws after a year of marriage & how the birth of a new baby, was the beginning of a new business. 20 years on & 4 children later, the farm shop is still going strong & they're opening even more doors for little ones!

  • Episode 28: Love My Dress

    Episode 28: Love My Dress

    29/10/2013 Duración: 11min

    Annabel Beeforth, founder of the wedding blog, Love My Dress, shares her story about how a love of vintage nostalgia & weddings led to a whole new lifestyle and career.

  • Episode 27: Bristol Family Arts Trail

    Episode 27: Bristol Family Arts Trail

    25/10/2013 Duración: 07min

    Jess Hellens, explains how your half term headache need be no more! Bristol Family Arts Festival has teamed up with venues across the city, to provide free & paid for events for all. We chat on Brunel's ss Great Britain, with guest contributions from young reporter, Jemima!

  • Episode 26: An apprentice Vicar

    Episode 26: An apprentice Vicar

    23/10/2013 Duración: 19min

    Helen Johnson, an assistant curate at St Augustine's & St Paul's, speaks about her role in the community. How she sees herself as a supportive figure to help empower women & while working in a traditional male role, the importance of femininity.

  • Episode 25: Juggling Act

    Episode 25: Juggling Act

    20/10/2013 Duración: 15min

    Abi hill, Stage Manager, Organiser & Administrator, for circus & social circus projects in Bristol - explains about bringing her son up in circus life, provided a community of support, when it came to juggling motherhood around stage life.

  • Episode 24: WOTB - The founder  inspiration of the day, Joni Farthing

    Episode 24: WOTB - The founder & inspiration of the day, Joni Farthing

    20/10/2013 Duración: 14min

    Part 5 of 5 parts, dedicated to Women Outside the box, celebrating the way women work. I had an amazing chat with Joni Farthing, the inspiration & founder of WOTB. Fantastic woman, well worth a listen.

  • Episode 23: WOTB - Brunel Promotions

    Episode 23: WOTB - Brunel Promotions

    20/10/2013 Duración: 06min

    Part 4 of 5 parts, dedicated to Women Outside the Box - celebrating the way women work. I catch up with one of the keynote speakers, Sue Tugman, from Brunel Promotions and talked about 'she who dares' - the ethos of the day.

  • Episode 22: WOTB - The Detective Project

    Episode 22: WOTB - The Detective Project

    20/10/2013 Duración: 04min

    Part 3 of 5 series. Jenny Williams tells me how motherhood & a series of children's birthday parties, inspired her to leave life as a Detective for Avon & Somerset & start her own business - looking at the science of crime.

  • Episode 21: WOTB -Netwalks

    Episode 21: WOTB -Netwalks

    20/10/2013 Duración: 09min

    Part 2 of 5 parts dedicated to Women Outside the box - celebrating the way women work. I manage to catch up with Rosalind Jane Turner, the woman behind Netwalks - networking & walking!

  • Episode 20: WOTB - Your Street

    Episode 20: WOTB - Your Street

    08/10/2013 Duración: 04min

    Part of 1 of 5 parts, dedicated to Women Outside the box - celebrating the way women work. I catch up with Anne-Louise Perez & Imogen McIntosh, the women behind Your Street Gift cards, who launched their business this year.

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