Presented by Chrissie Cochrane
Airs The 1st Friday of the month at 17:30 UTC, repeated Saturday at 06:30 UTC and Monday at 16:30 UTC
Voices features interviews with interesting people from around the world.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie talks with the two voiceover artists who will be reading stories from our 10th Birthday competition; Jim Spring and Miranda Reading Spring about the art of doing voiceovers and their careers.
On this month's Voices Chrissie Cochrane talks with blind record producer Robin Millar about his career in the music industry.
On this month's special edition of Voices we talk with the owner of the 'Network Radios' set of Zello channels that bring radio amateurs and radio enthusiasts together. We find out why they were set up and what their aims are.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Mike Cole, a regular contributor to The Attitude Test, about his life in San Fransisco in the 1960s and his career in special education.
On this month's Voices Chrissie Cochrane speaks with Ann Thestrup of the Danish Deaf-Blind Association about their organization and the international work on behalf of, and for the deaf-blind.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Jeff Bishop about his career and his current work on accessability at Microsoft.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks to one of the UK's leading citar players and founder and leader of the Inner Vision Orchestra Balujis Shrivastav about his career and the founding and aims and objects of the Inner Vision Orchestra.
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On this month's Voices we talk with Greg De Heodt of UK Cannabis Social Clubs on the use of Cannabis in alleviating various medical conditions, and the legal situation here in the UK.
On this month's special edition of Voices, Jonathan Mosen and others remember Marlaina Lieberg, a good friend to many in the US and all round the world. Marlaina passed away in the early hours of May 11 2018 having done much to help many blind and visually impaired people.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie talks with anaesthesiologist Dr John Simpson about the history of anaesthetics and his career in the medical profession.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with multi-media artist and licensed social worker Julia Vering about her art and career, and how the two are interlinked.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Jorgen Hansson who, apart from being one of the staff of The Global Voice, hosting a programme called The Fingertip Show, is also a keyboard player, singer, composer and speaks several languages. He talks about his life and some of the people he's worked with musically.
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