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 Cochrane brings you part 1 of her talk with Canadian musician and author Christine Malec. This month we learn about her career: in May we will hear about her music, and in June we'll learn about her new book just published.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with someone who is very well-known in the blindness technology field: Jonathan Mosen. Spend a half hour with Jonathan and Chrissie and find out about Jonathan's life and career.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Harry Mason, current chairman of the Accessible Friends Network, about the network and about his own career.
On This month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Saha Jamal, an Afghan refugee now living in London. We talk about how he is finding life in a big city, and life in Afghanistan.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie talks with Martin Roberts in charge of sales and support for the Humanware family of products. We talk about what's new from Humanware and Martin's career.
Please note: due to circumstances beyond our control, Martin Roberts will be unable to join us for The Attitude Test this Sunday, as announced on last week's show. We hope to re-arrange his joining us on the show for early in the new year. There'll be a further announcement regarding the date nearer the time.
In this edition of Voices, selected from the archives, Chrissie talks with one of the most well-known voices in shortwave broadcasting: One of the voices of media Network, Jonathan Marks. We talk about his career and his thoughts on the future of radio.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with the brains behind TGV's Paralympic Update Podcast Devon Wilkins, known to all as Devon from Canada, about her life, voluntary work and her broadcasting and journalism careers.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with musician, radio presenter and former columnist on several major British newspapers Julia Bright.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Keith Perron founder of PCJ Radio about his career and what is happening with PCJ Radio now.
This month's Voices is part 2 of Chrissie Cochrane's talk with blind classical organist and composer David Aprahamian Liddle, who demonstrates the two pipe organs he has in his house.
This month's Voices is from the archives and is part 1 of my talk with blind classical organist and composer David Aprahamian Liddle, who talks about his career playing pipe organs around the world. He'll also play some music on each of the two pipe organs in his home.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie talks with Eric Schachter, an independent film producer and author of two books, about his life, career and his views on the current state of the film industry.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie talks with Joe Paton, one of the driving forces of Apart Consultants, catering for the computer systems and training for the visually impaired in the UK. We talk about his life and interests including computers, of course, but also his love and interest in music.
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