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reUNION #9

Yesterday, 6:30pm

News, interviews, stories, poetry and music from UNION: Wayfinders and Postbooks, Disconsortia's exhibition, and working in Belgrade and Sicily...

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Sunday Stress Buster #36

Yesterday, 12:00pm

Teresa Anne Palmer, MSN, RN, NPc received her Master of Science degree in Nursing from Seton Hall University.

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Connections #29

Yesterday, 10:00am

Connections 28 finished with Shipbuilding by Elvis Costello, who will Paul link to the opening song of October’s Connections?

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Seacroft Grange Care Village Residents’ Memory Lane

Sat 24th Oct '20, 1:00pm

Linda Sage presents the 3rd annual Seacroft Grange residents' requests

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage #23: Helen Grantham

Fri 23rd Oct '20, 6:00pm

Helen is a qualified coach and the founder of Positive Health & Wellness Coaching.

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Business Network #35

Tue 20th Oct '20, 6:30pm

Linda is looking at changes and all the pros and cons of changes and opportunities that have happened with COVID 19 for businesses.

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Love the Words #118

Tue 20th Oct '20, 5:30pm

Adrian Sinclair talks in depth about art, activism, and the intriguing Fellowship of Questions; a foretaste of Alex Rushfirth’s fantastic new album, plus a story from James Fernie.

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Red Kite Bonus Episode: Love Arts Happenings

Sun 18th Oct '20, 2:00pm

We talk with Love Arts director Tom Bailey and artist Sandy Holden about the feast of arts & wellbeing events happening this month in Leeds.

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Learning from Life with Linda Sage #22 Carol Anne

Fri 16th Oct '20, 6:00pm

Did you know that 97% of people who start a book never, ever finish it? And as Maya Angelou says ‘There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.’

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