What is the Biological Clock? Dr Carrie Friese, Lecturer in Sociology of the Life Sciences and Biomedicine at the London School of Economics, explains what the bio clock is to her and we also talk infertility and ovarian reserves.
Produced by Evy Al-Adhami Samuelsson.
Image by Kayla Kandzorra under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.
Hear fans talk about what it means that England Women play at Wembley for the first time in history. What does this mean for the future of women’s football in the UK?
Recorded at the international friendly between England and Germany on the 23rd of November 2014.
Image by Pucksdotter.
A conversation (in Swedish) with a fellow London Swede about that mixed up feeling of being this and that and none of it, all at the same time.
Image Swedish Fast Food Test by Mr ThinkTank under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.
In this short feature we are introduced to the work of Madame Bergman Österberg (1849-1915) the founder of the first Physical Training college in the UK.
Madame Bergman Österberg’s holistic model of teaching, involving anatomi, outdoors gymnastics and healthy food as well as a mix of sports, inspired the agenda for Physical Education Training for decades to come.
She was also an inspiring women’s rights advocate and one of the people behind the design and creation of the gymslip that came to liberate Victorian women from playing games in corsets and long dresses.
She further created a whole new profession for women as physical education instructors, giving her female students the opportunity to be financially independent.
Next year (2015) commemorates the centenary of her death.
Allan Gamwell, Archivist at the Bergman Österberg Union Archive
Anne Stuart, former student of the college and current chair of the Bergman Österberg Union
Introduction in Swedish.
Image from the University of Bedfordshire.
With many thanks to Anne Stuart, Allan Gamwell and Rosemary Moon at the Bergman Österberg Union Archive.
For an English only version, please listen below:
My entry to the Swedish film and audio festival Tempo’s 2014 competition Short Dox. A young Swedish woman speaks about her experience of having a contraceptive coil fitted. Music ‘Daddy is a Champ’ by Frithjof Toksvig and image ‘Coil’ by Oceaneer99 under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic License.
A soundmix of my three MA Radio features: Olive our Sister, Abnormalities and Jam Jars and Sticklebacks. Image by Daniel Deppe.
A Swedish photographer, Mats Andren, has set out on a long journey: walking from Stockholm to Sydney. In this two minute feature he talks about his adventure so far: the cart, the silence and the never-ending patience.
Mats blogs about his journey here: http://the-walk.se/
By listening to the memories of three women we are taken on a journey to explore the life of black activist Olive Morris whilst questioning the making of history and what role power plays in the process.
My final 15 minute feature for MA Radio.
Contributors: Kelly Foster, Natalie Tomlinson and Stella Dadzie.
Poem ‘Do you Remember’ read and written by Stella Dadzie.
Music ‘Ocean Space Girls’ by Frithjof Toksvig
A 3-minute portfolio of some of the speech radio programmes I have produced as part of my MA Radio programme at Goldsmiths.
Image ‘Radio Free Strawberry’ by Alan Levine under a Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic Licence.
In this short piece a young Estonian woman speaks of the feelings a tin mug evokes.
Image ‘Prestatyn (plus NWA)’ by Ollie Brown under a Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike 2.0 Generic License.