Leigh Chambers is joined by Jeremy Dronfield who talks about his non-fiction book The Boy who Followed his Father into Auschwitz, the extraordinary true story of Gustav & Fritz Kleinneman who not only survived the Holocaust but managed to stay together throughout their ordeal. Clare Mulley talks about her biography of Eglantyne Jebb who founded charity Save The Children. And jeweller, Harriet Kelsall explains how she used her own experiences to write the award-winning Creative’s Guide to Starting a Business.
Securing the future of Community Radio
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Our brief is to give a voice to those sometimes excluded from traditional media. And the presenters you hear on air are all volunteers themselves who give up their time for free. We do it because we believe our perspective matters – because it might well be your perspective, too.
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