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Personal stories of lives linked to history.

My Moment In History BBC Local Radio

    • Society & Culture
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Personal stories of lives linked to history.

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    S4.5. Serving The Community

    S4.5. Serving The Community

    Hear from Wiltshire resident Simon Rowe and former police sergeant Richard Goodman who helped keep Salisbury people safe.

    • 9 min
    S4.4. The Journalists

    S4.4. The Journalists

    Emma Volney and Francesca Ebel helped to tell this story and reflect on it's impact on a close-knit community.
    In 2018, Francesca was working as a journalist in Moscow and couldn’t believe her home city of Salisbury was on the news. Meanwhile Emma was in the city, working for BBC Radio Wiltshire and preparing to cover a series of events she could never have predicted.

    • 12 min
    S4.3. Keeping Salisbury Safe

    S4.3. Keeping Salisbury Safe

    Authorities move to minimise spread and contamination of the nerve agent.
    Hear from Tracy Daszkiewicz who was director of public health for Wiltshire Council in 2018 and was responsible for tracing the Skripal's movements to minimise spread and contamination of the nerve agent.

    • 10 min
    S4.2. Medical Lifesavers

    S4.2. Medical Lifesavers

    A skilled team battled to save the lives of the Skripals, who'd been poisoned by a deadly nerve agent.
    Featuring discussion with Dr James Haslam, Consultant in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine at Salisbury District Hospital, and Lorna Wilkinson, Head of Nursing at the hospital in 2018.

    • 10 min
    S4.1. John Sweeney

    S4.1. John Sweeney

    Freelance Journalist John gives his perspective from Ukraine looking back at the events in Salisbury.

    • 11 min
    S3.5. The Future

    S3.5. The Future

    Anita is joined by 1972 Lioness Jeannie Allott and Tom Garry, women's football reporter for The Telegraph, to explore what's next for women's football and what obstacles stand in the way of its development.
    Presenter: Anita Asante.
    Producer: Marie Indge.
    Producer and consultant: Chris Slegg.
    Senior Producer: Ollie Peart.
    Online Producer: Rachael Smith.
    Executive Producer: Kathryn Morrison.

    • 10 min

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