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05:02 min | 1 year ago

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"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

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02:31 min | 1 year ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Every day i walked to work. I'd want to work on these lovely tree lined streets. They'll start this voice. Just talking to that taking dictation. So just write down. What she was saying in the kind of story started telling itself. And when i came back to england i want a year left at sussex and then i had to find another academic draw do something else and i'd flown over from the states to drop into the sea and haven't got it and the thing about being a specialism my hat which was a demographic anthropologist demographer. There weren't many jobs available towards the uk and being a brazilian assessment. That i was even worse placed..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

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"We've all got a heart for the disadvantaged and if we can we would try on support people that just need a bit of start because a lot of people chip lives the obviously evidence against them. And if you work with one group costumes in the desert this is a group that works with girls who been working on the streets or have been trafficked to china mainly have their parents sold them effectively or have they been captured in some way nor leadership who sold themselves by mistake right. We haven't understood what they're getting into things will happen. Like the footage job in china and money bobova blah and of course the end up going to china the possible stigma problem them. They end up working in a bro. With um new finance new passport language. no nothing. No idea where they are awful. It's it's heartbreaking and then this is a shame culture so that the do make b but mongolia. This an awful shaven sometimes have found his help them bach and is quite complex. Also tim's of poverty girls into working street because they have no other choices that this trip streams the desert. If goes shoes but we want to lead a different life they will go into like a six month program with jalocha or cone self esteem mental issues raising children basic life skills managing money on the also learned to make crops as well the do jewelry and the do making knits from recycle jonkers and things And our role is we buy that the products basically we could help find us operations and keep things going and you actually buy the stuff up front. Don't you so they're not waiting until you sold it before they get the money. There's you actually take the risk. Really don't you. yes richard. The risk not spivey arch in a slightly challenging position notion. We see so basically we're making or just the twenty thousand nine hundred and expecting things much seen this. In twenty twenty we will make an repair deposit quality check in delivering pay the balance that the get another deposit make the next bit so ask kubat hit. We had financial committed to all the artisans for twenty twenty people were making deliveries. Will well on the way january february before we realized this is a really badly here. What windisch knows that..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Won't because the cause goal stone big traffic jams stopped so it's quite nice to hear the police light. Mongolia has grew in wealth yes known temps is wealth. The cars are relatively cheap here because what we get to get sick tired of cars from japan that would feel japanese emission tests own right. Yes and the quantity to the age of cars the condition of else because right now the good thing is this launch of an hybrid cars of own which are better for the environment But this still horrific air pollution and it's a big challenge is be caught dramatically in the last universal because people know kana burden coal people could only burden like charcoal briquettes a nazis improve the air quality dramatically so people do care about the environment Movement there to make things better two years ago. Mothers protested in parliament square about the quality of the air for the young children. I mean that's from the chance if no with potentially covert is the countries such a high incidence such a spiritual Air quality we beta cobras compared to the rest of the world but people are terrified of covert becoming an issue here because the hospital wouldn't cope go accused washington people with underlying spoke to conditions and you have overcrowding so to try and get your picture maria. This sort of four mongolia's those summer. Mongolia mongolia on this the countryside in the city in the winter we have a long cold winter last week. A dime to minus fifty with wind chill minus fifty six. Yeah that's pretty pretty cold today. Today's minus thirty ish jehovah provoke to thirty months in the capital city aligned bitartrate. I live half. The country's population live in the capital city. So is a popular three million in the whole countries as a massive country times the size of fronts. Half the people were living in one city. T thought not may be thirteen. Living in apartments push on the central heating system and have hot and cold water electricity and sewage drainage system build it two-thirds living compared to streets a guarantee yard basically fell to ted as a two-thirds of people living in felt tents or small wooden houses. They built themselves. Mainly the no party hitching grades. The not part of the water system. The burning can't keep wore. A fight isn't a luxury Of wood burner is not an optional. Extra it's an eighteen def. Yeah it's like day and people will burn plastics for burn forever. The can keep warm but the moved court cases improve insight dramatically. And the again. They're big challenges. This a huge proportion of people living in quite serious head oncho poverty. Basically the governments have like a father loans type of thing on this a number of families living only on their family loans and in terms of food living on bread and tea..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Wonderful range of ways of choosing how you give birth whether that is with an nhs care or whether that is through obtaining and seeking an independent midwife that you want to journey your pregnancy and birth with and unfortunately the insurance situation has changed since independent midwife started pressing used to be the case of the independent midwest good practice without indemnity and then often lot legislation against substandard care with maternity within the nhs's systems insurance provides began to take that data from the data of liability legislation nationally and took that date from the they started looking at how much money was going through law cases and seats against maternity services and that is what they began to inform their insurance products on four midwifery across the board now independent midwife in the uk has ever had a successful litigation against them. And so it's not the same day coming out of independent midwifery and in fact the statistics for any kind of substandard care way lower within the self improvement of their also way less of us less independent midwest practicing but that data just pushed the availability of insurance completely through the roof and last year in june. Twenty twenty it became just impossible for independent. Midwife self-improvement wives to obtain. Indemnity insurance is required from regulator from the nursing and midwifery council because every insurance provided that we approached was asking premiums of around seven thousand. And that's on top of the cost of the service of your independent midwife. Yeah and what that does is that rather than increasing choice that pushes the choice into a very elite subsector of clients who would be out ford. Pay thousands yes exactly of you. Have you tried to lobby the insurance companies yet. Or is that something that you you consider doing. So one of the consents rig question. We have spoken to insurance providers. And i continue to push in the direction of top two different insurance providers. And seeing if there's ever going to be somebody who has a magic wand can wave over what they can provide. That conversation is still very live. But i m u k. The independent e. k. Have done a lot of work. In approaching as many underwriters and insurance what is possibly can and one of the challenges for self-improvement wives is just needing to know that they can develop their practice at private practitioners and continue with that long term. So since two thousand fourteen cents it became obligatory for or practicing midwives to have this indemnity. They've been through. A number of different providers laxed.

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Women Making Waves Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

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"So we then to two years in bible college and barrick upon tweet thinking that you'd come out and actually work in the ministry as preachers signed before we'd end up back in the middle east the work and just being there for people to talk to us know we could explain. Police believed and just be living examples after two years. We didn't really know what we're going to do. It was a bit open ended but we took group who were involved in mission again. You secular skills to help developed countries and the very interesting press reply foam them the first reply was we don't know what to do with bill but if i was a man it would be all right. Wow a strange thing to say it really boss was the understood. The word pharmacists to suit. I did bill had an oil and dispatch to. They didn't really understand oil industry stuff. Okay taught number of icy without without saying that but then later on another letter from them and this was from group in nepal and cut montjeu and got that litter. It was like sitting on top ruler. You have this feeling that responders this letter. Everything was good to wish a change on the rubino stopping it and remember looking at this later going. This is going to be big. We either standpoint or don't respond to the letter positively yes. We'd like to explore this area. More us he always thinks of lots of process and often it takes people two years to get off the field from a first set of contact will but we would cut into within five months. Which are funded school. There is kind of work to do where you'd not pay to do. Burke you base your own support to go and do the work. And we thought we'd never raise the money because we don't have many church connections. Everyone's busy basing families mortgages stuttered at a da but the money came in and that's often assigned from go that you made to do something. If you sources come you see okay. The resources are here really took a toll on and do it. I think semen life. Isn't it if everything is against what you're trying to do. You get the feeling that for some reason you're not really meant to do it but when things come together you get more of a feeling that yeah this is right exactly an outside life is beat us. They much so that basically you start getting the saints. This is coming together. This is moving this direction so we went to come and do the two children and we were there for the next six years. Basically do all sorts of development work. Nepal is a poor country and has many many challenges in many ways. Their challenges in terms of women's issues poverty health issue with works in all these areas. No in two thousand again. You help these moments on. Visit communication from a crippen..

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01:45 min | 1 year ago

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07:57 min | 1 year ago

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"Is a true story. That is indeed true story. Yes my mom. My mom and dad met in brussels at the end of the war. Mum was belgian. She'd lived through world war two. My grandmother in fact was a member of the resistance in in belgium in brussels during that time. Yeah they famously. Tell a story when my mom told me about my grandmother on the day of liberation racing upstairs in their flat in brussels and grabbing the woman who was upstairs frog marching down into the street and shaving her head. Because she'd been a collaborator. So yes and i can always remember some of the things we tell me. Oh that's where they would take the jews and load them up in belgium so yes it was a terrible time for them and so glad when of course the british thomas came in and my dad always used to say that was when i liberated brussels and they met and fell in love and decided to come and live in england and over. She came in nineteen forty seven and so avenue. Louise is about missing. It's about how i imagine. The meeting and avenue. Louise in brussels is a beautiful street so to think of them in love and young was just a joy for me to write. Well it's gorgeous gorgeous song. Yeah you collaborated with amy war on the ep. And amy's worked with lots of stars like it sheeran and camilla cabello lee antebellum. How did that. Collaboration come boat. I met amy over twenty years ago. Now i think she came to play in bedford and i saw in the newspaper an advert. They said the welsh joni. Mitchell was coming to play and i went to see lay on the strength of that and i went to the end of the gig and i said i have to say i came because they said you were the welsh joni. Mitchell said you're nothing like joni mitchell. But i loved what you did and she said. Well that's interesting. Because i'm not well shy to someone is well that's right. She's married to her. Husband is but we bonded over that and we talk about what lazy journalism. It was the every girl who played guitar was compared to joni mitchell because they are but she was very different but nonetheless totally brilliant and we bonded and while she was on the road when she had nowhere to stay she'd come and stay with awesome. We got to be friends and watch the ups and downs of her career and at one point she was thinking of giving up playing live herself and started mentoring young singer songwriters and she said i didn't know what i was going to do for three days. With some young lad from suffolk sixteen years old and was coming to her house and what they did at share in an. Amy was eight songs in three days and the album before his big selling album plus was called songs. I wrote with amy and yeah and of course. She's she still writes with ed but she writes with just so many others as well. Everybody else so. I need to tell me the process of writing songs. And if you're doing a collaboration with a various other singer songwriters and colleagues someone has to do the harmony. Someone does the lyrics. Is that how you split it or do you like doing all of it with everybody doing the same thing. How does it work what to be fair to me i. I haven't collaborated. Amy has sung on my song on this. So i really have not collaborated very much with other people in terms of sharing the writing all the songs on. Just it's called just neat because it's because it's just me really so amy came and at the piano and sang on my song. I mean to be frank. I'd love the opportunity to write with her. That would come true. But i suppose the nearest have come to really collaborating on writing has been in a couple of bands. Come up with a riff shopping. Might come up with a line. It's always different really. But as i say mainly i myself for my own kind of i suppose expression really. Yeah which is. What's so wonderful about seeing songwriting. Isn't it that it is part of you or something that you have a lot of empathy with the. Do you find that doing this ep. You've written the songs of have amy and and they've had been as well. Do you find that it was. It was a very easy process for all of you to be together. did it. click quite nicely. It was all done remotely as much is these days. I had done the guitar and vocals for best friends. I emailed it to ben. He had listened. Put a a base on and a and a few strings and send it back to me. Said what do you think is like this. Oh i'm not so sure. What about this. And and then he added that and then we sent off to a me. She had listen. And i had an idea what i wanted her office to possibly do piano. I didn't know she was going to sing on it. But she came up with a riff for the song. And then i was delighted. She's awesome vocals on as well and that was a dream. Come true for me so that was just great to you. Know about some lovely vocals and a piano riff and then then got go together with me and and and mixed all really. It just seems to be that people are working in a very different way but actually quite effective. I think it is. It's been effective but but it's a second best isn't it. You know we need each other. We need to be with people and we need to be in the same room. We can go so far. But the thing is i think we all need the content and the connection. Yeah it's it's okay. But i i'm sure people i would say it's not the same as being with your band. Yeah you mentioned earlier when you face difficulties about how you tackle them. And i was thinking you were a gay women at a time when it wasn't as accepted as it is. Now you're have women musician at a time when men prevailed and you're know an older artist in an industry that worships the young. Do you think that you thrive in an environment. Where you've got to to be haired. Isn't that an interesting question. I've never really thought of it quite like that. Do you know what. I would rather have an easier. Life feast days. I suppose. I think things are the way they are yet and there have been difficulties. I have tried to rise to them as best. I can as every body mass and certainly you know people confronted with things like parkinson's you know. They've got the difficult things really. I'm just finding my way as best i can. I think. But i tell you what i cannot bear injustice. I can't stand injustice so these black lives matter you know. That was the first time i went out during the pandemic. i hadn't been anywhere. And i thought you know. I've got to go out to my local park and take the with these people. Even though of arthritis can barely get up and say you know it's just so important. I think to stand up Battling justice wherever you find it. I think you're absolutely right other times when you see the young especially young girls doing really well these days that you wish you'd been born much later. I see asking the question. Because i probably do yes at times i do. I suppose main thing is i. I wish i had the body. I had them. Then i wouldn't have the mind. I've got now. You know the things that used to worry me bother me and and get to me. I they just don't anymore and i think i really do sound so so cliche but i think it's a cliche because it's true. I do really love the small things in life. You know the flowers and the garden and the birds and things that actually i've discovered really are so important. I mean i don't know how people who've lived in flats who have had gardens. It must have been so hard for them during this time. So i've been counting my blessings really. I've got a partner of the last forty years. I've been so lucky to have. I've recovered from some bad health myself. So i just count.

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Women Making Waves Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Weren't interesting lady and the way that she writes songs she just loves life doesn't she and i thought that story about her being outed by newspapers just ghastly. Let me. she doesn't seem bothered too much. Or maybe it's just so long ago that came up beside myself with that. Yes specially in the eighties as well to come out like that. And that's possibly some time is a different time but she did say that her close friends of family knew about so. That's good because i think if you if you come out and none of your friends or family know about it. I think that's even worse. i really do. It's an evil thing do actually. It isn't evil today. Yes it is so yeah i loved it and i love the post punk pop band on this really good setup and of course the send lot good bands about actually and women bands and women were starting to come through. I remember a few of them and it was. I loved watching women on stage because it. It wasn't all that common no that the majority were men. I would say ninety percent of bands were comprised of men. And you'd get the old and often they were doing backing vocals rather than being upfront and really playing instruments. So if you saw some deploying a bass guitar drums of a thing there were more single singers. Went women singers than you. Right than women bands of the time. Lots of lots of women singers. But you're upset. You're right and i think that she was very proud of the. I love the the three characters was at both here. Then we had burgess here and relative il route avail and ear buccaneer buccaneer. Incredible an incredible. I'll bet that was fun and you know nowadays would have been probably pretty huge and that's sickening when you look back at all the talent and it was really really hard to be seen back then. What of luck. Alytus new riot. It was a little edman. She's i think that. I think she's going to do well with this. Ep are really do So do i hope so. Women making waves on cambridge. One eight five radio..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

02:21 min | 2 years ago

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"Weren't interesting lady and the way that she writes songs she just loves. Life doesn't she. And i thought that story about her being outed by newspapers just ghastly. Let me. she doesn't seem bothered too much. Or maybe it's just so long ago that came the title being absolately beside myself that yes especially in the eighties as well to come out like that and that's possibly. Some time is a different time but she did say that her close friends of family knew about so. That's good because i think if you if you come out and none of your friends or family know about it. I think that's even worse. I really do evil thing do. Actually it isn't evil today. Yes it is so. Yeah i loved it and i love the post punk pop band on this really good setup and of course the send look good bands about actually and women bands and women were starting to come through. I remember a few of them and it was. I loved watching women on stage because it. It wasn't all that common no that the majority were men. I would say ninety percent of bands were comprised of men. And you'd get the old and often they were doing backing vocals rather than being upfront and really playing instruments. So if you saw some deploying bass guitar drums a bit of a thing. There were more single. Singers went women singers than you. Right than women bands of the time. Lots of lots of women singers. But you're upset. You're right and i think that she was very proud of the. I love the the three characters was at both here. Then we had burgess here and relative il route avail and ear buccaneer buccaneer. Credible atmos incredible. I'll bet that was fun and you know nowadays would have been probably pretty huge and that's sickening when you look back at all the talent and it was really really hard to be seen back then. What of luck. Alytus new riot. It was a little edmund. She's i think that. I think she's going to do well with this. Ep are really do So do i hope so. Women making waves on cambridge. One eight five radio..

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05:34 min | 2 years ago

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"A waste of time. Isn't it really. It is one of the songs on my epa. You know someone that could dance through life and it says the wisdom of aging is to not waste time to save every breath. You take like vintage wine and that says exactly familiar really people go about getting copies of the ep just neat it is available as a download. Obviously them the money. I'm trying to raise is for parkinson's and the best way is to get an old fashioned. Cd from me. By emailing may and i've got a youtube channel. That has my email on it but if anybody would like to know. It's lawn tractor. L. a. w. n. t. r. a. d. e. s. alone trader and that set gmail.com Because obviously if people get a cd more money can go to parkinson's uk but is downloadable as well There's no sort of money. I believe in downloads. But who knows. So yeah they can get that from me and find on their favorite streaming platform as well. So that's the way to find it and also at anita gabrielle and conquer capping sessions on youtube fascinating talking to you today. And all the best with the new ep. Just neat well thank you so much. It's been lovely lovely to talk to you. I've really enjoyed.

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08:16 min | 2 years ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Is that a true story. That is indeed a true story. Yes my my. My mom and dad met in brussels at the end of the wool. Mum was belgian. she'd lived through world. War two my grandmother in fact was a member of the resistance in belgium in brussels during that time. Yeah they famously tell a story when my mom told me about my grandmother on the day of liberation racing upstairs in flat in brussels and grabbing the woman was upstairs frog marching down into the street and shaving ahead. Because she'd been a collaborator. So yes and i can always remember some of the things mom would tell me. Oh that's where they would take the jews and load them up in belgium so yes it it was a terrible time for them and so glad when of course the british thomas came in and my dad always used to say that is when i liberated brussels and they met and fell in love and mom decided come and live in england and over. She came in nineteen forty seven and so avenue. Louise is about them missing. It's about how i imagine. The meeting and avenue. Louise in brussels is a beautiful straight so to think of them in love and young was just a joy for me to write. Well it's a gorgeous gorgeous song. Yeah you collaborated with amy ward on the ep and amy's worked with lots of stars like at cheering and camilla cabello and lee antebellum. How did that collaboration come about. I met amy over twenty years ago. Now i think she came to play in bedford and i saw in the newspaper an advert. They said the welsh joni. Mitchell was coming to play. I went to see him. Lay on the strength of that. And i went to the end of the gig and i said i have to say i came because they said you were the welsh journey. Mitchell said you're nothing like joni mitchell. But i loved what you did and she said. Well that's interesting. Because i'm not well shy to someone is well that's right. She's married to her. Husband is but we bonded over that and we talk about what lazy journalism. It was the every girl who played guitar was compared to joni mitchell because they are but she was very different but nonetheless totally brilliant and we bonded and while she was on the road when she had nowhere to stay she'd come and stay with us and we just got to be friends and watch the ups and downs of her career and at one point she was thinking of giving up playing live herself and started mentoring young singer songwriters and the she said. I didn't know what was going to do three days. With some lad from suffolk sixteen years old. Who was coming to her house and what they did. Ed sheeran the name. He was to write eight songs in three days and the album before his big selling album plus was called songs i wrote with amy and of course she's she still writes with ed but she writes with just so many others as well everybody else and so to tell me the prices of over writing songs and if you're doing a collaboration with various other singer songwriters and colleagues someone has to do the khomeini. Someone does the lyrics. Is that how you split it or do you like doing all of it with everybody doing the same thing. How does it work well to be fair to me i. I haven't collaborated. Amy has sung on my song on this. So i really have not collaborated very much with other people in terms of sharing the writing the songs on. Just it's just neat because it's just me really. So amy amy came and piano and sang on my song to be frank. Love the opportunity to write with. That would come true. But i suppose the nearest have come to really collaborating on. Writing has been in a couple of bands. I might come up with a riff. Somebody might come up with a line i. It's always different really. But it's the same mainly i myself for my own kind of i suppose expression really. Yeah which is. What's so wonderful about singer songwriting. Isn't it that it is part of you or something. You'd have a lot of empathy with the defined then doing this e. p. you've written the songs of have amy and we've had been as well. Do you find that it was. It was a very easy process for all of us to be together. did it. click quite nicely. It was all done remotely as much is these days. I had done the guitar and vocals for best friends. I emailed it to ben. He listened and he put a a base on a few strings. And sent it back to me. What you think is like this. So i'm not so sure. What about this. And and then he added that and then we sent that off to a me. She had listen. And i had an idea what wanted her to possibly do piano. I didn't know she was going to sing on it. But she came up with a riff for the song. And then i was delighted. She's a vocals on as well. That was a dream. Come true for me. So that was just great to the and she came up with some lovely lovely piano riff and then then got to go together with me and mixed it all really. It just seems to be that people are working in a very different way but actually quite effective. I think it is. It's been effective but but it's the second best four of us you know. We need each other. We need to be with people and we need to be in the same room. You know we can go so far but the thing is i. I think we all need the content and the connection. Yeah it's it's okay. But i i. I'm sure people i know would say it's not the same as being with your band. You mentioned earlier when you face difficulties about how you tackle them. I was going to thinking you were a gay women at a time when it wasn't as accepted as is no you a woman musician at a time when men prevailed and you're know an older artist an industry that worships the young. Do you think that you thrive in an environment. Where you've got to fight to be had. Isn't that an interesting question. I've never really thought of it quite like that Do you know what. I would much rather have an easier. Life feast days. I suppose. I think things are the way they are. Yeah and there have been difficulties. I have tried to rise to them as best. I can as as every body mass. Certainly you know people confronted with. Things like parkinson's they've got the difficult things really just finding my way as best i can. I think but. I tell you what i cannot bear injustice. I can't stand injustice so these black lives matter you know. That was the first time i went out during the pandemic. I hadn't been anywhere. And i thought you know what i've got to go out to my local park and take the new with these people. Even though of arthritis can barely get up. It's just so important. I think to stand up am battling justice wherever you find. I think you're absolutely right other times that when you see the young especially young doing really well these days that you you wish should been born much later. I say asking the question. Because i probably do yes at times i do is i. I wish i had the body. I had them then. I wouldn't have the mind. I've got now. You know the things that used to worry me and bother me and and get to me. I don't anymore. And i think i really do sound so so cliche but i think it's a cliche because it's true. I do really love the small things in life. You know the the flowers and the garden and the birds and and things that actually i've discovered really really are so important. I mean i don't know how people who've lived in flats who have had gardens. It must have been so hard for them during this time. So i've just been counting my blessings really. I've got a partner of the last forty years. I've been so lucky to have you know i've recovered from some bad health myself so i just count each day. Thank goodness for it really. I was thinking as you were seeing. That youth is wasted on the young. I think true. I really wish i had known or felt the way i do know who really care back when i was twenty when i did really care about absolutely everything is such.

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"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

Women Making Waves Podcast

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Be Continue doing that. I am i. I'm a cyclist i cycle. I am not a road. Cyclists got my liquor traded bike. Got mine my. I just get out and do i have to do one of these. The doing work with the community. I am an advocate for cycling. Santa woman only cycling as a path for work project just have a contract with the local authorities sheffield to deliver cycling to women across the city of sheffield. I'm really passionate about reading on. You know. I even loan my by to a friend to get her to one to one hundred courage to get and those are some of the. I want to see people more active people getting all doing things as family and to be able to afford some of the equipment that they require are desperately need to be able to do that. Philosophically up cheap and if we can have a scheme in in what we do in my work as a sina has some be worker. We have the bikes were condemned. We can't do the group rights so we're not doing one to one where women committed owned by unsuited. A meet with instructor at recreation ground are at the home so we do independent still have something going or it's not group session and that is really awesome. So those are some of the things are really wanted to see happening whereby there's adequate funding to be able to transport to take people. Because sometimes you affirming five seven the cost of getting on the boss sometimes for moses when you got the group is so effective. You've traveled together. You see the things together. You come together. We're not rushing to get a boston. You know if you lack rush. Albany need to get this. We have to finish now and that is something to be able to provide enough funding to come on. The other thing is that it is gone spending time villages so as saying one of the issues that it'd be related lovely for us to secure funding so we can take families and do residential because to going into the countryside for one..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Gonna keep off the ball so i go out. I asked us the park. I introduce people the paul and people see. I know what i do. And that encourages me to be able to detect the When somebody asks me to support a project are to help some things based on my experience of group analysis in the national park. then i'm grateful for that. And i think that's why i'm here with you this morning because you know it's not going on scene but i do it because i'm passionate about other people. See me as a leader on me and i. I'm great for for the knowledge man. And i'm so grateful for the individuals who believe in me on really comes out and enjoy the sign. Kalin lay the walk. In whatever i do in terms of encouraging a mortgage vacant to manage will be and to get their socialize on play on the landscape. Because i feel like it's other coming up to play will love we talk. And we walk home Together i absolutely right. And i loved i. You know. I really really admire women who say things like. I'm only the we don't get many women saying that it's just. I'm testing that you do that. Iran and i love the way that you Interacting with people encouraging people do plant that the more women that come out to to war course at men as well. I mean you know the the the social dynamics off hamline is that if you are working in someone's a hefty fine the people that have what will time that. It's really hard to get them out. War mo- women or men that you're saying coming out when within the mosaic groups on the wall that we lead is predominantly women. It's it's mostly women. You may get two men at some point and you. There's a teenager that comes grandma. I mean an easily in birmingham say come to sheffield and comes up with his run. Money always enjoyed coming out..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"wmw " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast

"Are you able to continue these walks in during this terrible time. We're having how does that work count. The walls have been growing radio. Weather sings mark so we did one just before dome involved and then the coop walks and we have to stop them because of the lockdown. So what we started. We re stopped during the august time so afraid from london did a group walk for family reunion and we have always in the end of all this and then the teacher came in on the cicero. Repeat it came in. So what i did for the national get outside the event as a guitar side. M champion with ordnance survey. I decided. i'm gonna go ahead and With the group walk of life. This is my second year really want to get off with their so lead is conducted. The rangers very supportive always working partnership dp district rangers. And we decided we're going to have five groups of six and it work so we had a ranger and about markelle leading a group of force of four four participant in each group. Some volunteer ranger somewhere. You know paid ranges and it work. And i'm in the group with another champion then toward the champion. They're the group and bama and it was one of the best event has done. Despite the circumstances it was a lovely sunny day so there are things that may indicate people from eighteen out. Our some people decided not coming because thought but we can still out as long as we need to the guidelines uninsured that we are social distancing and everything that is required of those. There are green spaces around the city. The people are no finding during the lockdown so migrants based on my doorstep is my second home for running walking. You know when. I want to get outta my own. And he's really were a people in that goes out there in some places on the exploring and get you out and be able to do something. They're not able to do it as a still going. Look enough the will be getting octave just enjoying nature. You know you yourself. What sort of challenges did you find from starting this that you didn't anticipate the beginning. When i started the journey as a champion a i stopped the madrid iraq. I'm going to go walking. I want to learn to read them. And i am a leader. I'm a bond leader. And i am a people person unimak community person and i am really passionate about working groups in terms of introducing to different things introducing the new places so i am always doing what work are open. The cognitive are in my local church and a lack organizing events from me together. People get out. That was a challenge. I am sprinkler the news. I am into sharing information. Well why didn't want busy. Co is a lot of the things that i have done because the opportunities that people see people have heard of me are seeing what i do to recognize and knowledge. I mean me unto be pot of different projects and unto do different things for example before i became the chair of mosaic. I the national awkward. Invite me to represent the french champions to be a part of different steering. Group are to be a part of the the consultations on the management plan. Different people have asked me to come and speak for example they every year. They celebrate the much trespass because there was a trespass you know acid in the countryside which started in a national park and i was invited to speak in manchester and seems like those. You know i've been expecting landau so happen. It's having the passion to be able to recognize..

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Women Making Waves Podcast

07:56 min | 2 years ago

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"Anita gabrielle is a singer. Songwriter has been writing songs. Most of her life is new. The way that you to shooter. I to herself as the dyke and a hat and has had to fight lots of injustices. Our latest ep has been released in order to raise funds for research into parkinson's disease because we're delighted to be joined by anita today. Welcome to women making waves. Anita thank you so much. It's an honor to be asked to be here. Thank you well. We're really pleased to have you. We are definitely. When did you start writing songs. Anita you see it's been all of your life. What age were you when you started getting interested. Well i was fourteen when my dearly beloved brother came home from london and said me. I've seen this lady singer. I think you'll like her. And he went and bought me her first record as it was back then it was a a woman Joni mitchell who became a bit of an icon for me really all my life. I found that she wrote things. That expressed how i was feeling and i. I wanted to do that too and i got a guitar. I was just fourteen started to write songs and have never stopped. Really is brilliant. It's really nice to hear that someone inspired like that. Actually and a lot of teenagers do the start in their bedroom. Don't they sitting there learning chords. Did you teach yourself at guitar. I did i t- i taught myself initially but then i had a few lessons which helped no end and fund enough. I've just started having lessons again. So i think you never stop learning to you and you never stop trying to develop a well. I haven't anyway. I've i've always tried to develop what i do. And and to improve. What i do and is joni mitchell's still your icon an eater or have you collected more icons along the way well. I think i've loved so many different musicians you know. I'm really taken with so much that the young people do these days. Is this a young singer songwriter. Who i'm i love. A guy called luke jackson you just so so much music but i think in your formative years when you're very young something that really makes such an impression stays with you and i think joni mitchell has influenced so many people and And her career of course. She went from a folk singer to become such an incredible jazz musician. She's just progressed and changed and developed always and i. I bought albums really out of loyalty. When i didn't really get the tool and returned to them now and i think you know what that's really interesting today when she did in the eighties. That was recorded thomas dolby. It's traffic really hated it at the time but brought me through loyalty and now i think my goodness this is excellent so yeah i think those formative years are important but i do like to be open to new music as well yeah. I think it's funny when someone that you follow changes style and it's a bit like marmite for law people you love or hate it. You're in a band in the eighties. Cold the crew. What kind of music were they playing. Well we were described as post punk pop band Bhai melody maker. That's what they called us post punk pop band. That's a lot of peace. So that's how they described as We were very fast We had a lot of songs in the set. And if we got through the set in in twenty minutes we knew we were really cooking and it was unusual at the time because they were there to of women playing is playing an electric telecaster at the time and there was a woman who is playing bass as well and that was quite unusual that women playing electric guitars. You know the slits and vans like that had opened the door for us really and so i was very influenced by them and the fact that is women. We could play electric guitars. We didn't actually have to sit with acoustic. And pretty and play so yeah. That was a great time. Really it was an interesting time and managed to meet some great people. Anne lennox and polling black selectors. You really good women. Performers of the time was it very sort of red for women to be writing songs and making music. At that time. I wouldn't say women to be making music but i think it was very rare for women to be stroppy or to be out there a bit and and certainly electric guitars i mean i i hadn't. I can't remember apart from the slit having seen any women playing electric guitars. I thought i'm going to get an electric. And give this a go much as i love joni mitchell and And the kostic stick genre that she came from nonetheless. I wanted to be out doing something that had a little bit more of an edge and also expressed how i felt as a woman and lesbian That was really important to and a song i wrote at the time called josie fell in love with my best friend at school was viewed as as very brave at the time. No lots of people thought. This was very courageous of me to be singing. This and it's surprising. When i look back but that was how it was then really and you were outed as lesbian by a newspaper. Which in the nineteen eighty s. Sounds awful if it was something that was done without your consent tells about that yes the way. We were so unprepared. We'd been playing together the band only a few months. It was also very very new and we were getting quite a lot of press coverage and I don't know how it happened. But i can remember. We played up in london. And what happened was we won. A competition called the melody maker. The paper was running. Aspen The melody maker rock eighty competition. The band actually entered. And we want so we were propelled really into local newspaper coverage and the price was a record. Day with emi and and the money which was just just amazing. I mean we were totally blown away really at the time and then paid in paper and that this had two lesbians in it because i was in a relationship with chris who was the bass player. Yeah it was so strange and we were unprepared for You know it would it. One of those things happened really aspen. Does it use to your family and friends or is it something that they all knew about already. Well close family and friends knew but Certain people my job didn't know so it was a little bit I suppose it pushed me really to come out more. And because of course in those days that you know coming out was fairly unusual and it's a step that i took very i did now really. Yeah i suppose that it was uncomfortable looking back now. I'm glad it happened. But but an awful thing to happen in some respects in the way it happened. Because that's terribly unfair so after that you're in a band called zenana which i suppose we would call us a good old power type van. Nobody's girl bond and each had personas and yours was to pick the the queen of the ice seaney. How did that come about. I'm so proud of what we did with anonymous because it was very much the pre runners of the spice girls when i saw the spice cows. I thought that's what we were trying to do. Sort of seven eight years before they did it we talked. The three of us has penny ruth and myself we talked about wanting to portray women with strong characters but we also wanted to accessible and poppy music which which is what this is. Where with my brother. We had early so the disco drumbeats and things early recording setups and wrote all the music. So we wanted to again do something. That was strong. And we talked about what three three-figures represented power and strength as women to us mind was without doubt boudicca. Dc however we say yes. I was brought up. Seemed comes boubacar..

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