welfare podcasts

Episode 2: Snuffles and Stasis

Our second episode, covering snuffles, stasis and the all-important snack review! Further reading about some of the...

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Episode 1: Pilot

Our first episode, introducing Sabina and Kathy, providing some info on the progress in rabbit welfare and husbandry...

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The Political Pubcast: Welfare, Free Speech and North Korea

Raheem Kassam is joined by Alex Wickham and Charlotte Henry to discuss welfare reform, free speech and the...

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The Hardest Hit campaign

Advicepod special from Citizens Advice on the march in protest of the disproportionate impact planned cuts will have...

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Episode 86 UK is full. Cut Foreign Aid, Brum Cops Sex Abuse Cover UP

The UK population grew by almost half a million last year to 64,596,800, according to figures from the Office for...

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Episode 69 Cut Foreign Aid, EU Ref stitch up and Taxi for Vaz

Cameron and the Tories want to make £12 BILLION worth of welfare cuts but at the same time are still spending £12...

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Episode 86 UK is full. Cut Foreign Aid, Brum Cops Sex Abuse Cover UP

The UK population grew by almost half a million last year to 64,596,800, according to figures from the Office for...

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034 - Network Challenges within Child Welfare

In this episode, Angie interviews D’Artagnan Caliman, a child welfare consultant, who discusses the complexity of...

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Episode 9: jo hinde - lagolearn

Our ninth episode - with Very Special Guest Jo Hinde, the Blue Cross Vet Nurse of the Year 2014 & RWAF Outreach...

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Actress, Model, Animal Activist, Katie Cleary

Is it attaining success that matters?  Or is it what you do with that success once you’ve got it that really counts?...

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The Likes of Us (Episode 53)

In this weeks episode of THE LIKES OF US podcast, dedicated to Working-Class Life, Art, Politics and Culture, your...

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'The Effect of the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 on Legal Aid for Family Cases': Jo Mile...

The legal aid system was created in 1949 as part of the development of the post-war Welfare State, alongside the...

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Episode 3: The Social Bottom Line

There’s a way of life at KERB and a shared desire to be part of something positive. People and planet, as well as...

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Inequality: Dimensions and Directions

In this week's episode we discuss the problem of inequality, leading from last week's release of the Paradise Papers

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Guardian Focus podcast: the housing crisis

Hugh Muir examines the government's new housing strategy. Will it make any difference?

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Guardian Focus podcast: disability benefit cuts

Hugh Muir examines proposed cuts to disability benefits. Is this a sensible plan to get the finances under control,...

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How did universal credit go so badly wrong? – podcast

This week the government revealed its plan to fix some of the problems associated with the rollout of its flagship...

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The fit-for-work scandal - podcast

After a picture of 64-year-old Stephen Smith’s emaciated frame went viral, the Department for Work and Pensions...

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Universal Credit: Rolling out a new benefits system

How far has the roll out of Universal Credit come? What's the difference between 'managed' and 'natural' migration?...

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