PODCAST NOW AVAILABLEOn the day of the London 7/7 bombings, Premsri Kaur decided to depart from her normal routine and take the carriage at the end of the train. What followed gave her an experience of inner strength and peace that shows the true meaning of the warrior as one who conquers her inner worrying. Be inspired by this remarkable, heartfelt story.read more
PODCAST NOW AVAILABLEWhat is the duty of a representative of a community? What is the common unity that holds a community together?
On this episode we speak with Simon Hughes, Liberal Democrat MP who for over 25 years has served the people of N. Southwark and Bermondsey in London. Simon has a long standing track record of integrity and effectiveness. Let's see what we can learn which will empower us to be better members of our own global interconnected communities.read more
PODCAST NOW AVAILABLEAlison Mortlock began experimenting with making showercaps as a creative time-out from raising her three small children. When she discovered the demand for her stylish product she realised the opportunity to regain her identity as a professional women without the guilt of having to leave her children in daycare. Today she heads Dilly Daydream, a rapidly growing business which puts a touch of style into this neglected niche of truly intimate and very regal apparel. read more
PODCAST NOW AVAILABLEWhen Kerry Bettinson left University with no idea what she wanted to do, she saw an opportunity in the herd of Alpaca her parents had reared as part of their idyllic country home. Now, at the age of 25, Kerry runs a successful business working with over 15 tonnes of wool each year, employing dozens of women in the UK and Peru and which leads the resurging trend of hand craftmanship, knitting and felting amongst modern youth.read more