I was privileged to serve on the board of directors of a local hospice for many years. Having just listened to the program from the 1990s featuring Dame Cicely Saunders, I see now, in 30 minutes of broadcast, everything I misunderstood in my time associated with the movement she started. If I had my time again, I would play her desert island discs for every new recruit into the hospice to set them on their journey from strong foundations. I could only consider doing that because of the depth of conversation, the focus on relevant details and the inevitable emotional opening up of those being interviewed by the presenters of this fantastic program.
planetsmith1 via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 02/05/19
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Always a great start to my week as I walk in listening to the latest podcast on a Monday morning. Would love to listen to older programmes too, please upload more.
Rushcroft via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/15/10
Clive Woodward, Mary Portas and Duncan Bannatyne stand out. Gok, give it a miss, It's a bit too much woe is me for my pallet. They seems to have disappeared though ?
bakerl via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/09/10
I'm a teenager, but i still find listening enjoyable and interesting. Although i can't quite bring myself to tell my mates where i get my facts from as they'd take the mic sooooo badRead full review »
the thingster via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/18/10
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