SIM EP 369 Pod 108: Helping refugees, saving businesses, and not counting calories
In this week’s podzine, Mick chats to Sam Hudson of the charity Women For Refugee Women about how women refugees in the UK are faring in the Covid-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, on the business side of the coronavirus crisis, Jen chats to Hannah Turner-Voakes, founder and director of small business Paper Dress Vintage, about the impact of the virus and lockdown. Following on from BBC programme The Restaurant That Burns Off Calories, writer Lucy Nichol catches up with campaigner and author Hope Virgo to talk about how to have a responsible conversation about diet and eating disorders.
In Jenny Off The Blocks, Jen ponders the prospect of two becoming one in tennis, and women be screaming as Hannah takes on The Poseidon Adventure in Dunleavy Does Disaster. Over in the Bush Telegraph, BoJo’s back, Pearson’s out, and Trump is, well, inexplicable to be honest.
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