Category Archives: WWI

What the Temperance Movement did for us?

I have just done a live interview on Newstalk Radio, Dublin http://www.newstalk.com They had picked up on the press release for Scandal Salvation and Suffrage – The Amazing Women of The Temperance Movement from the publisher http://www.troubador.co.uk The presenter, Tara, … Continue reading

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BBC Radio World War One at Home

I am delighted to be contributing to a programme for the BBC Radio World War One At Home series which is to feature the work of Dame Agnes Weston –┬áThe Sailors’ Friend. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01p3416. Agnes Weston is one of the women … Continue reading

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