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 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.
On this month's Voices Chrissie Cochrane talks with a person well-known in shortwave radio circles - a man who worked for several European radio stations during the hayday of shortwave - Jonathan Marks.
On this month's Voices Chrissie Cochrane talks with some of the staff of The Global Voice about working for the station and their various shows.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with a young lady, Asmaa Al-Said, living in The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia about her life in that country. We often think we know a lot about this Islamic Kingdom, and much we think we know is wrong. This month's programme attempts to find out about real life in Saudi Arabia.
On this month's Voices Chrissie Cochrane talks with Chris Coverdale who for a good number of years now has steadfastly refused to pay tax, based on the fact that the British Government uses money it obtains through tax for what, under the United Nations Charter, are illegal activities using armed force. Chris will explain the legal reasons for his stance and how he has been treated by authority.
Chris will also be our special guest on the Attitude Test on Sunday November 5th at 18:00 UTC on The Global Voice.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Nelson Régo found of the website coolblindtech about how he lost his eye sight, the founding of the website and it's aims, and technology in general.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie Cochrane talks with Jenny Edwards, Director of the Mental Health Foundation, about the work and aims of the Foundation and about her career.
On this special edition of Voices, prior to the solar eclipse which can be seen in much of North America on August 21st, Chrissie Cochrane and Shawn Klein talk with Dr. Henry Winter an astro-physicist whose main interest is the sun, about the Eclipse Soundscapes Project and how you can participate.
On this month's Voices, Chrissie talks with two members of staff at the Royal Trinity Hospice, Paula Tindale-Paul, Community Clinical Nurse, and Ian Queenan, One of Trinity Hospice's social workers, about the work of the hospice and their work in particular.
This month's Voices is the third part of Chrissie Cochrane's interview with author and musician Christine Malec from Canada.
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