Monday, 15th June, 2020
This week’s episode is about the life of Desmond Tutu, who won The Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. He is a retired South African Archbishop and is well know for his works as a human rights activist and spiritual leader. This podcast explores the ways that he has played a very important and inspiring part in championing equal rights for all people, and promoting peace and forgiveness.
Friday, 22nd May, 2020
This week’s episode is about the life of Dorothy Hodgkin, best known for her work in developing crystallography of biochemical compounds. For many years Dorothy lived at No 94 Woodstock Road and was a fellow of Wolfson College, just a short walk from the Dragon.
Wednesday, 6th May, 2020
The subject of this week’s episode is Sir Winston Churchill. This podcast plays a part in marking the 75th anniversary commemoration for VE Day on 8th May.
Monday, 27th April, 2020
This week’s podcast relates to the new NHS field hospitals, designed and put in place to help our healthcare workers look after anyone who needs hospital support due to the coronavirus. Most famous for inspiring the nursing profession as we know it today, this episode explores her life in more detail, and we discover she was a pioneer in many other ways…