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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Four, Made by the local trade

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Bristol builders, Aaron and Jordan from Modern World Builders, about the importance of negotiating and communicating with neighbours when it comes to building new homes. | Get stuck into this episode's game 'Find that number'. Get to know our guests. Discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system 'snog, marry, avoid' as it is used to review some radical projects and policies out there in the world that are making use of local construction resources. | Artist Gaby Bran wraps up the show with initial ideas for an artwork inspired by the show. The final illustration is available in The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard packs here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West in Bristol, UK, to chat about how they are sorting out their housing. | Over four episodes, Knowle Westers explore how communities can get beyond the housing crisis. They share personal stories, uncover inspiring housing ideas from around the world, and think about what would work best for Knowle West. | Artists were invited to sit in on the recordings, and created poetic and visual responses to the discussions, captured in a unique collection of postcards that are available to purchase in shops and online. | The Chat Show is part of the wider We Can Make project, which is developing citizen-led approaches to creating affordable homes by working with the assets and knowhow of communities. | The We Can Make Chat Show is brought to you by We Can Make, No Bindings, Knowle West Media Centre and White Design, and, made possible with support from Bristol City Council, Arts Council England and the Nationwide Foundation. | www.wecanmake.org/ www.nobindings.co.uk/ www.kwmc.org.uk/ www.white-design.com/

36 MIN3 w ago
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Four, Made by the local trade

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Three, Families

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Knowle West residents, Don and Charlie, about how homes need to change to meet the changing needs of families. Get stuck into this episode's game 'Who's in the house? BINGO'. Get to know our guests. Discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system 'snog, marry, avoid' as it is used to review some radical projects and policies out there in the world that are trying to improve neighbour relations during the home-building process. | Artist Danielle Doobay wraps up the show with some initial ideas for an artwork inspired by the show. The final artwork is available in The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard packs here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West in Bristol, UK, to chat about how they are sorting out their housing. | Over four episodes, Knowle Westers explore how communities can get beyond the housing crisis. They share personal stories, uncover inspiring housing ideas from around the world, and think about what would work best for Knowle West. | Artists were invited to sit in on the recordings, and created poetic and visual responses to the discussions, captured in a unique collection of postcards that are available to purchase in shops and online. | The Chat Show is part of the wider We Can Make project, which is developing citizen-led approaches to creating affordable homes by working with the assets and knowhow of communities. | The We Can Make Chat Show is brought to you by We Can Make, No Bindings, Knowle West Media Centre and White Design, and, made possible with support from Bristol City Council, Arts Council England and the Nationwide Foundation. | www.wecanmake.org/ www.nobindings.co.uk/ www.kwmc.org.uk/ www.white-design.com/

48 MIN3 w ago
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Three, Families

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Two, What would the neighbours say?

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Knowle West residents, Becky and Jenny, about the importance of negotiating and communicating with neighbours when it comes to building new homes. | Get stuck into this episode's game 'Say yes to the new address'. Get to know our guests. Discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system 'snog, marry, avoid' as it is used to review some radical projects and policies out there in the world that are trying to improve neighbour relations during the home-building process. | Poet Sam Grudgings wraps up the show with some lines inspired by the show. The full poem is available in The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard packs here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West in Bristol, UK, to chat about how they are sorting out their housing. | Over four episodes, Knowle Westers explore how communities can get beyond the housing crisis. They share personal stories, uncover inspiring housing ideas from around the world, and think about what would work best for Knowle West. | Artists were invited to sit in on the recordings, and created poetic and visual responses to the discussions, captured in a unique collection of postcards that are available to purchase in shops and online. | The Chat Show is part of the wider We Can Make project, which is developing citizen-led approaches to creating affordable homes by working with the assets and knowhow of communities. | The We Can Make Chat Show is brought to you by We Can Make, No Bindings, Knowle West Media Centre and White Design, and, made possible with support from Bristol City Council, Arts Council England and the Nationwide Foundation. | www.wecanmake.org/ www.nobindings.co.uk/ www.kwmc.org.uk/ www.white-design.com/

25 MINOCT 16
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Two, What would the neighbours say?

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode One, Affordability

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. | Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Knowle West residents Gillian and Lewis about the realities and workarounds when it comes to affordable homes. | This episode's game 'Closest Wins' introduces the shocking stats around affordability. Get to know the guests and discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system, 'snog, marry, avoid', which is used to review radical projects and policies out there in the world that trying to address the fundamental housing issue of affordability. | Poet Sam Grudgings wraps up this episode with a few lines inspired by the show. The full poem is available as part of the The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard collection, which you can purchase here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West...

26 MINOCT 15
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode One, Affordability

Here We Grow: My Voice

What is it about having your voice heard that makes Bristol more age friendly? Featuring Tim Kindberg and his poem 'The Leaving', and the Babber's Show on Ujima 98FM. 'My Voice' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 23rd July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Tim Kindberg | https://champignon.net/work/writing/ Find out about No Bindings | www.nobindings.co.uk/ Leave us a review and rate us on Apple P...

10 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Here We Grow: My Voice

Here We Grow: Join In!

How does inviting people to join in the fun and make friends make Bristol more age friendly? Featuring Ivana Svabic-Canon and her woodcut, 'Jump!' and the work of Begbrook Retirement Club. 'Join In!' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 16th July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Ivana Svabic-Cannon | http://www.ivanacannon.co.uk/prints/ Begbrook Retirement Club | https://www.wellaware.org.uk/organi...

10 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Here We Grow: Join In!

Here We Grow: #connected

How do we connect to the information we need? What does an age friendly connection look like? Featuring A A Abbott and her flash fiction piece, 'A Taste of Paradise', and the work of Bristol Older People's Forum. '#connected' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 9th July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives A A Abbott | https://aaabbott.co.uk/ Bristol Older People's Forum | https://bopf.org.uk/ Find ou...

9 MIN2018 JUL 10
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Here We Grow: #connected

Here We Grow: Dignity

How could making people feel dignified and included make Bristol more age friendly? Featuring Margaret Perry and her letter of memories about her home, and the residents at Chichester House. 'Dignity' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 2nd July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Liverty Community Empowerment | https://kha.liverty.com/support-for-you/in-your-community/ Happiness Seekers | Meet 11am ...

9 MIN2018 JUL 3
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Here We Grow: Dignity

Here We Grow: My House, My Home

What makes a Bristol home age friendly? Featuring Margaret Perry and her letter of memories about her home, and the residents at Chichester House. 'My House, My Home' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 25th June 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives LinkAge | https://www.linkagenetwork.org.uk/ Monday Club | https://bs3community.org.uk/class/monday-club-a-social-day-club-for-older-people/ Supported Hou...

10 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Here We Grow: My House, My Home

Here We Grow: Feeling Well

How do age friendly communities improve health and well-being in Bristol? Featuring Emma Burleigh, her art students and their art piece 'What do you do to feel well?' and Bristol and Avon Chinese Women's Group (BACWG). 'Feeling Well' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 18th June 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Emma Burleigh | www.emmaburleigh.com/ BACWG | https://bacwg.org.uk/ Find out about No B...

9 MIN2018 JUN 20
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Here We Grow: Feeling Well

Latest Episodes

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Four, Made by the local trade

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Bristol builders, Aaron and Jordan from Modern World Builders, about the importance of negotiating and communicating with neighbours when it comes to building new homes. | Get stuck into this episode's game 'Find that number'. Get to know our guests. Discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system 'snog, marry, avoid' as it is used to review some radical projects and policies out there in the world that are making use of local construction resources. | Artist Gaby Bran wraps up the show with initial ideas for an artwork inspired by the show. The final illustration is available in The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard packs here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West in Bristol, UK, to chat about how they are sorting out their housing. | Over four episodes, Knowle Westers explore how communities can get beyond the housing crisis. They share personal stories, uncover inspiring housing ideas from around the world, and think about what would work best for Knowle West. | Artists were invited to sit in on the recordings, and created poetic and visual responses to the discussions, captured in a unique collection of postcards that are available to purchase in shops and online. | The Chat Show is part of the wider We Can Make project, which is developing citizen-led approaches to creating affordable homes by working with the assets and knowhow of communities. | The We Can Make Chat Show is brought to you by We Can Make, No Bindings, Knowle West Media Centre and White Design, and, made possible with support from Bristol City Council, Arts Council England and the Nationwide Foundation. | www.wecanmake.org/ www.nobindings.co.uk/ www.kwmc.org.uk/ www.white-design.com/

36 MIN3 w ago
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Four, Made by the local trade

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Three, Families

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Knowle West residents, Don and Charlie, about how homes need to change to meet the changing needs of families. Get stuck into this episode's game 'Who's in the house? BINGO'. Get to know our guests. Discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system 'snog, marry, avoid' as it is used to review some radical projects and policies out there in the world that are trying to improve neighbour relations during the home-building process. | Artist Danielle Doobay wraps up the show with some initial ideas for an artwork inspired by the show. The final artwork is available in The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard packs here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West in Bristol, UK, to chat about how they are sorting out their housing. | Over four episodes, Knowle Westers explore how communities can get beyond the housing crisis. They share personal stories, uncover inspiring housing ideas from around the world, and think about what would work best for Knowle West. | Artists were invited to sit in on the recordings, and created poetic and visual responses to the discussions, captured in a unique collection of postcards that are available to purchase in shops and online. | The Chat Show is part of the wider We Can Make project, which is developing citizen-led approaches to creating affordable homes by working with the assets and knowhow of communities. | The We Can Make Chat Show is brought to you by We Can Make, No Bindings, Knowle West Media Centre and White Design, and, made possible with support from Bristol City Council, Arts Council England and the Nationwide Foundation. | www.wecanmake.org/ www.nobindings.co.uk/ www.kwmc.org.uk/ www.white-design.com/

48 MIN3 w ago
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Three, Families

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Two, What would the neighbours say?

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Knowle West residents, Becky and Jenny, about the importance of negotiating and communicating with neighbours when it comes to building new homes. | Get stuck into this episode's game 'Say yes to the new address'. Get to know our guests. Discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system 'snog, marry, avoid' as it is used to review some radical projects and policies out there in the world that are trying to improve neighbour relations during the home-building process. | Poet Sam Grudgings wraps up the show with some lines inspired by the show. The full poem is available in The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard packs here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West in Bristol, UK, to chat about how they are sorting out their housing. | Over four episodes, Knowle Westers explore how communities can get beyond the housing crisis. They share personal stories, uncover inspiring housing ideas from around the world, and think about what would work best for Knowle West. | Artists were invited to sit in on the recordings, and created poetic and visual responses to the discussions, captured in a unique collection of postcards that are available to purchase in shops and online. | The Chat Show is part of the wider We Can Make project, which is developing citizen-led approaches to creating affordable homes by working with the assets and knowhow of communities. | The We Can Make Chat Show is brought to you by We Can Make, No Bindings, Knowle West Media Centre and White Design, and, made possible with support from Bristol City Council, Arts Council England and the Nationwide Foundation. | www.wecanmake.org/ www.nobindings.co.uk/ www.kwmc.org.uk/ www.white-design.com/

25 MINOCT 16
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode Two, What would the neighbours say?

The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode One, Affordability

Knowle Westers sorting out their housing. | Recorded with a live audience in the prototype We Can Make House, in this episode, hosts Makala Cheung and John Bennett chat with Knowle West residents Gillian and Lewis about the realities and workarounds when it comes to affordable homes. | This episode's game 'Closest Wins' introduces the shocking stats around affordability. Get to know the guests and discover the results of the show's (very technical) opinion polling system, 'snog, marry, avoid', which is used to review radical projects and policies out there in the world that trying to address the fundamental housing issue of affordability. | Poet Sam Grudgings wraps up this episode with a few lines inspired by the show. The full poem is available as part of the The We Can Make Chat Show limited edition postcard collection, which you can purchase here: https://nobindings.bigcartel.com/ | The We Can Make Chat Show brings together people from the garden city neighbourhood of Knowle West...

26 MINOCT 15
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The We Can Make Chat Show: Episode One, Affordability

Here We Grow: My Voice

What is it about having your voice heard that makes Bristol more age friendly? Featuring Tim Kindberg and his poem 'The Leaving', and the Babber's Show on Ujima 98FM. 'My Voice' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 23rd July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Tim Kindberg | https://champignon.net/work/writing/ Find out about No Bindings | www.nobindings.co.uk/ Leave us a review and rate us on Apple P...

10 MIN2018 JUL 24
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Here We Grow: My Voice

Here We Grow: Join In!

How does inviting people to join in the fun and make friends make Bristol more age friendly? Featuring Ivana Svabic-Canon and her woodcut, 'Jump!' and the work of Begbrook Retirement Club. 'Join In!' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 16th July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Ivana Svabic-Cannon | http://www.ivanacannon.co.uk/prints/ Begbrook Retirement Club | https://www.wellaware.org.uk/organi...

10 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Here We Grow: Join In!

Here We Grow: #connected

How do we connect to the information we need? What does an age friendly connection look like? Featuring A A Abbott and her flash fiction piece, 'A Taste of Paradise', and the work of Bristol Older People's Forum. '#connected' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 9th July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives A A Abbott | https://aaabbott.co.uk/ Bristol Older People's Forum | https://bopf.org.uk/ Find ou...

9 MIN2018 JUL 10
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Here We Grow: #connected

Here We Grow: Dignity

How could making people feel dignified and included make Bristol more age friendly? Featuring Margaret Perry and her letter of memories about her home, and the residents at Chichester House. 'Dignity' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 2nd July 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Liverty Community Empowerment | https://kha.liverty.com/support-for-you/in-your-community/ Happiness Seekers | Meet 11am ...

9 MIN2018 JUL 3
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Here We Grow: Dignity

Here We Grow: My House, My Home

What makes a Bristol home age friendly? Featuring Margaret Perry and her letter of memories about her home, and the residents at Chichester House. 'My House, My Home' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 25th June 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives LinkAge | https://www.linkagenetwork.org.uk/ Monday Club | https://bs3community.org.uk/class/monday-club-a-social-day-club-for-older-people/ Supported Hou...

10 MIN2018 JUN 28
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Here We Grow: My House, My Home

Here We Grow: Feeling Well

How do age friendly communities improve health and well-being in Bristol? Featuring Emma Burleigh, her art students and their art piece 'What do you do to feel well?' and Bristol and Avon Chinese Women's Group (BACWG). 'Feeling Well' is part of 'Here We Grow', a publication-podcast about growing older in Bristol. 'Here We Grow' was produced by No Bindings and funded by Bristol Ageing Better. You can read the handmade 'Here We Grow' pamphlet at any one of Bristol's 27 public libraries. Intro music by Jamie Cruickshank Recorded by Lily Green in November & December 2017 Edited by Eloise Stevens First broadcast on 18th June 2018 on The Babber's Show on Ujima Radio 98FM Find out more: Age Friendly Bristol | agefriendlybristol.org.uk/ Bristol Ageing Better | bristolageingbetter.org.uk/ The Babber's Show | www.ujimaradio.com/show/the-babbers-show Bristol Libraries | www.bristol.gov.uk/libraries-archives Emma Burleigh | www.emmaburleigh.com/ BACWG | https://bacwg.org.uk/ Find out about No B...

9 MIN2018 JUN 20
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Here We Grow: Feeling Well
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