In our inaugural episode we explore some of the different types of activity the Workers Educational Association are involved in in the north east of England. We speak to Kelly Ness, our tutor of the year, and some of her students who explain how joining a drama class has literally changed their lives. Keith Hodgson talks about the importance of democracy within the organisation and tells us about his time in South Africa during the first post-apartheid elections. Nigel Todd from the Green Branch tells us about their environmental activities in the North East and we have the first of our regular history slot with Rosie Serdiville who tells us about Florence Nightingale Harrison Bell. Phew!!!
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