Four Thought

Four Thought

Por BBC Radio 4
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And They Said We'd Be Glowing

Laura Dockrill describes her frightening experience of post partum psychosis after giving birth...

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Mum... again

Angela Frazer-Wicks tells her extraordinary story of being a mother. Years ago, Angela's sons...

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Who Owns Space?

Simon Morden argues that we should resist the privatisation of space. Simon is a scientist and...

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And His Wife

Jessica Barker argues that we should rediscover overlooked sculptures of women. She didn't know...

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200 Days

Steven Dowd's life changed in an instant one spring morning in 2016. In this inspiring talk,...

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Fear of Finance

Professor Atul Shah draws on his background as a Jain to argue that we need a healthier...

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Fear of Finance

Professor Atul Shah draws on his background as a Jain to argue that we need a healthier...

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What is it to Hear?

Joe Friedman, who grew up with deaf parents, reflects on what it means to hear. As a young...

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The Tyranny of Positivity

Sian Ejiwunmi-Le Berre argues against the tyranny of positivity which forms part of a culture of...

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The Power of Classical Music

Leon Bosch reflects on the power of classical music to transform lives, beginning with his own....

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When We Were Young

Luke Rigg argues that more young magistrates will improve justice. When Luke told his friends...

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Virtually Immortal

Tracey Follows explores how virtual assistants can help us survive after death. Tracey is a...

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Mums in Prison

Dr Shona Minson argues that we shouldn't punish children if their parents go to prison. Years...

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Climate Consultations

Dr. Tamsin Ellis is a GP who looks for ways to improve her patients' health and the environment....

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The Meaning of Statues

Jak Beula says statues and memorials matter because they show who a society values. His...

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What's In a Name?

Helena Goodwyn interrogates the near universal practice of giving children their father’s -...

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Defeat Don't Repeat

Sergeant Rhys Rutledge of the Welsh Guards explains why he thinks people deserve a second chance...

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Making a Friend of Fear

Dina Rezk describes how she made a friend of fear following the murder of her mother. The trauma...

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Our Lost Food Culture

Alastair Hendy explains why he thinks we've lost our food culture and how we can rediscover it....

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Being a Carer

Penny Wincer reflects on what it means to be a carer, drawing on her own and other people’s...

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