Leigh Chambers talks music with her guest singer-songwriter Gavin Chappell-Bates who also performs live; Matt Webb speaks to Chloe Bunkell from Macmillan Cancer Support and Alex Roger who is fundraising for the charity; Phil Rowe speaks to Susan Miller, Events Administration Assistant for Twilight at the Museums – a Cambridge Museums exploration event for the family on 18 February; Mike Prior chats to Ruth Langsford from ITV’s Loose Women about looking after elderly parents; Leigh Chambers’s guest is Anke Adams from Cambridge-based charity CAMFED (Campaign for Female Education). Anke talks about the work of the charity and the difference an education can make to girls living in poor and remote rural communities in sub-Saharan Africa.
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