Rachel Clarke: Breathtaking
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Diyora Shadijanova (https://twitter.com/thediyora) speaks to the author of ‘Breathtaking: the UK's human story of Covid’ - Dr Rachel Clarke (https://twitter.com/doctor_oxford). They discuss why she felt the need to cover the pandemic in the early stages, how the Governments non-action has impacted the NHS, and the lasting effects the 2020 and the ongoing pandemic is having on her. In next month’s book club we’ll be discussing ‘Shedding The Shackles’ by Lynne Stein, so get reading now and send in your thoughts and comments via voice-note to [email protected] Don’t forget to share the podcast and join the conversation using the #BroccoliBookClub. And if you liked what you heard why not leave a review on your favourite podcast app.
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