October 5, 2022


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BBC Radio 4 – Woman’s Hour, The Whyte Review into British Gymnastics, Women’s Health Ambassador, the Future of Cars


The Whyte Critique into abuse at British Gymnastics, Professor Dame Lesley Regan the initially ever Women’s Well being Ambassador for England and the long run of automobiles

Adhering to a two year investigation into bullying, abuse and discrimination the Whyte Overview into British Gymnastics is eventually posted. We listen to from ex-gymnast Claire Heafford, co-founder and campaign director of Gymnasts 4 Change, and Sarah Moore, law firm and husband or wife at Hausfeld who are acting on behalf of 38 former elite gymnasts towards British Gymnastics in relation to allegations of abuse.

It is has just been introduced that Professor Dame Lesley Regan has been appointed as the 1st ever Women’s Overall health Ambassador for England. She’ll support the implementation of the upcoming Government led women’s well being strategy, which aims to shut the gender health hole and make sure solutions meet the desires of women through their life. We listen to from her about what she hopes to reach in this new role.

This summertime marks two years given that the start out of Covid-19. We hear from psychologist Ciara Dockery at Gurls Talk, the group-led non-revenue organisation, about why they are encouraging young ladies and girls to write a letter to their pre-pandemic selves.

What is the long term of cars and trucks? Linda Zhang is the Chief Engineer of the Ford F-150 Lightning select-up truck, the recently-electrified version of the USA’s most well-known automobile. She is in the United kingdom to take part in the BBC Entire world Service’s Foreseeable future of Cars and trucks occasion staged at the Science Museum with the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851. She tells us why bringing out an electrical edition of this monster car is so essential and why youthful men and women and girls want to drive it.

A house in Hackney, which in the early 20th century sheltered hundreds of stranded and deserted South and East Asian Nannies – recognised as Ayah’s, has been commemorated with a blue plaque. Historian Dr Rebecca Preston tells us who these females had been and their importance to British and international record.

Presenter: Anita Rani
Producer: Rabeka Nurmahomed


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