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Arthur and Oscar: An interview with Anne Gaelan

In a book reviewing the life and work of Oscar Wilde, Arthur Ransome (author of Swallows and Amazons) described the persecuted writer as “a great man”. Little did he know, the book would lead to him being sued by Wilde’s lover, and shunned by society. Local filmmaker Anne Gaelan speaks about the short film she created chronicling the event, and how she hopes it’ll shed a light on LGBTQ+ matters throughout history.

Package by: Violet Macdonald

# 2019-01-15 by CCRadio | Society, Culture & History | Arts and Entertainment

Episode 4: What became of the hospital building after WWI

These 4 podcasts explore the Legacy of the Endell Street Military Hospital, the only British army hospital to have been established and run by women during WWI. Opened in 1915 on the site of a former Victorian workhouse by Suffragette doctors Flora Murray and Louisa Garrett Anderson, its staff of 180 women treated over 26,000 in-patients and performed over 7,000 surgical operations.
In 2018 a group of local volunteers came together to learn research and recording skills as part of a Heritage Lottery funded project, and they created these podcasts to share their findings about what happened to the hospital and its female staff members after the war ended.

Podcast by: Digital Drama
Episode 1
The legacy of WWI women doctors
Episode 2
The postwar life of a nursing orderly
Episode 3
Interview with Endell Street Military Hospital author Wendy Moore
Digital Drama Projects
Digital Drama News
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# 2018-12-17 by CCRadio |

Episode 3: Interview with Endell Street Military Hospital author Wendy Moore

These 4 podcasts explore the Legacy of the Endell Street Military Hospital, the only British army hospital to have been established and run by women during WW1. Opened in 1915 on the site of a former Victorian workhouse by Suffragette doctors Flora Murray and Louisa Garrett Anderson, its staff of 180 women treated over 26,000 in-patients and performed over 7,000 surgical operations. In 2018 a group of local volunteers came together to learn research and recording skills as part of a Heritage Lottery funded project, and they created these podcasts to share their findings about what happened to the hospital and its female staff members after the war ended.

Podcast by: Digital Media

Episode 1
The legacy of WWI women doctors
Episode 2
The postwar life of a nursing orderly
Episode 4
What became of the hospital building after WWI
Digital Drama Projects
Digital Drama News
Back to Camden Community Radio
Follow Camden Community Radio on Twitter

# 2018-12-17 by CCRadio |

Episode 2: The postwar life of a nursing orderly

These 4 podcasts explore the Legacy of the Endell Street Military Hospital, the only British army hospital to have been established and run by women during WW1. Opened in 1915 on the site of a former Victorian workhouse by Suffragette doctors Flora Murray and Louisa Garrett Anderson, its staff of 180 women treated over 26,000 in-patients and performed over 7,000 surgical operations. In 2018 a group of local volunteers came together to learn research and recording skills as part of a Heritage Lottery funded project, and they created these podcasts to share their findings about what happened to the hospital and its female staff members after the war ended.

Podcast by: Digital Drama

Episode 1
The legacy of WWI women doctors
Episode 3
Interview with Endell Street Military Hospital author Wendy Moore
Episode 4
What became of the hospital building after WWI
Digital Drama Projects
Digital Drama News
Back to Camden Community Radio
Follow Camden Community Radio on Twitter

# 2018-12-17 by CCRadio |

Episode 1: The legacy of WWI women doctors

These 4 podcasts explore the Legacy of the Endell Street Military Hospital, the only British army hospital to have been established and run by women during WWI. Opened in 1915 on the site of a former Victorian workhouse by Suffragette doctors Flora Murray and Louisa Garrett Anderson, its staff of 180 women treated over 26,000 in-patients and performed over 7,000 surgical operations.
In 2018 a group of local volunteers came together to learn research and recording skills as part of a Heritage Lottery funded project, and they created these podcasts to share their findings about what happened to the hospital and its female staff members after the war ended.

Podcast by: Digital Drama
Episode 2
The postwar life of a nursing orderly
Episode 3
Interview with Endell Street Military Hospital author Wendy Moore
Episode 4
What became of the hospital building after WWI
Digital Drama Projects
Digital Drama News
Back to Camden Community Radio
Follow Camden Community Radio on Twitter

# 2018-12-17 by CCRadio | Everything | Society, Culture & History | On Women