Speech Based Programmes Saturday 31 October

12-1pm Another chance to hear BCB programmes.

Speech Based Programmes Saturday 31 October

10-11am The Sound Of Science: Build Community Resilience Through Heritage

The Bradford Science Festival on BCB.

In this special edition of Research Matters, we find out about the Fragmented Heritage project. Using VR with displaced communities in Jordan, the project has explored heritage as a tool to support health and wellbeing in difficult circumstances.

Presented by Marcus Rattray

Followed by:

The Sound Of Science: Spiders!

The Bradford Science Festival on BCB.

Bradford Museums and Galleries are getting very excited about spiders and their new spider display at Cliffe Castle. They are really important to the eco-system and environment, so join Gerry and Emma and learn more about these amazing creatures.

Presented by Helen Seymour


Speech Based Programmes Friday 30 October

10-11am The Sound of Science: How To Make Bradford A Sustainable City

The Bradford Science Festival on BCB.

Amir Sharif Professor of Circular Economy at the University of Bradford will be in conversation with leading experts to explain and discuss key issues around sustainability and how it applies to Bradford and the wider region of West Yorkshire.

Presented by Professor Amir Sharif


Speech Based Programmes Thursday 29 October

3-4pm The Sound of Science: The Climate Press

“Climate Strike”

Bradford Science Festival on BCB.

Tom from The Climate Press talks to people attending local climate strikes and discusses how collective action has proven invaluable in recent times and finds out about Bradford Council’s response to the climate emergency.

Presented by Tom Wood


Speech Based Programmes Thursday 29 October

2-3pm 10 Today (exercise for older people)

Followed by:

Black History Month on BCB: Radio Venus

Four inspirational black women discuss their experiences of living in Bradford and defining moments in their lives.

Angie Carrington, Tina Rowe, Dr. Lyn Deacon-Green and Mercy Katola

Followed by:

Black History Month on Windrush Generations

Miss Sweety and Mr Bailey chat to BCB’s Nigel Guy about their experience of being part of the Windrush generation.


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