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Audio podcasts for interviews conducted during the Centenary Year of Women in Parliament, 2017-11-15 - 2019-01-31
76 podcast interviews collated for the publication 'When There's a Woman in the Room - #Vote 100 year January 2018 to January 2019' and written with journalists Jackie Ashley, Deborah McGurran and Linda Fairbrother. Sones' focus was primarily on recording interviews with MPs who champion public policy reforms through debates in Westminster Hall or by asking questions at PMQs.
For most podcasts, both 'raw' and 'edited' versions exist.
Audio podcasts for Women’s Parliamentary Radio, conducted by Boni Sones with contributions by Jackie Ashley, Deborah McGurran and Linda Fairbrother
Programme on heart disease, including a contribution from NK on his exercise regime, diet and smoking.
Head and shoulders photograph of WSC leaving London for a holiday in Monaco, with a press caption attached to the bottom, about the broken leg which he suffered two days later, caused by a fall in his hotel room. WSC is tilting his head and smiling slightly, wearing an overcoat, spotted bow tie and light-coloured homburg hat
Medical reports and correspondence between CSC and her doctors, including Peter Ward, Richard Bayliss [Consulting Physician: Westminster Hospital], Sir Benjamin Rycroft [Ophthalmic Surgeon, King’s College Hospital Group] and [Ronald] Pitts Crick [Ophthalmic Surgeon, King’s College Hospital], on subjects including her treatment for depression in 1963, trouble with her eyes and arthritis.
Correspondence on CSC's hearing aid, with correspondents including Winthrop Aldrich and Sir Edward Spears.
Includes extracts from "The Struggle of Survival" by Churchill's doctor, 1st Lord Moran [earlier Charles Wilson] and a letter from 'Hambone' [Grace Hamblin, private secretary to CSC], on CSC's health, 1963.
Correspondence on research into Churchill's medical history, also including drafts of John Mather's chronology of both Churchill's and Lord Randolph Churchill's medical histories and an article by Mather on Lord Randolph's syphilis. Other correspondents include Dr [Irving] Thomas Stuttaford, medical correspondent for the Oldie magazine.
Meeting minutes, working papers, and newsletters from the steering committee of the Community Health Council, Centre for Studies in Social Policy, London.
This series mainly comprises reference requests for employment and nominations for awards, including the Nobel Prize. Also included are off-prints of scientific and philosophical papers. The material relating to groups and organisations has been arranged into a separate series.
Dystonia is a neurological movement disorder. Michael Young's wife, Joan, suffered from the condition and was a founder member of the Society.
The National Association for the Education of Sick Children works to ensure that children and young people with serious illnesses have access to education.
Extracts from the Times and other sources relating to the Churchill family: 1930-35, 1967-02 - 1978-04
Texts and cuttings of articles and speeches by LSA on family allowance reform.
Also includes: studies by [Colin] Fraser Brockington, Medical Officer of Health, on the diet of rural and urban families; notes by Horlicks Limited on LSA's family allowance campaign; papers given by Sir Kenneth Lee, Laurence Cadbury and George Gibson at the National Nutrition Conference.
Briefings etc on subjects including: an international rugby tour of South Africa; problems for the Conservatives over Europe, particularly over the economy; majority voting in the European Council; setting up a Policy Review group on public management; the 1991 Conference schedule; party finances; hospitals opting out of the National Health Service, particularly relating to Hinchingbrooke, in John Major’s Huntingdon constituency.
Mainly photographs of JEP's official visits to hospitals etc as Minister of Health.
Correspondence with Clementine's doctors and others, including Sir [Arthur] Clive Morrison-Bell, 1st Lord Beaverbrook [earlier Max Aitken] and Sir Philip Morris, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bristol, about her health, particularly the neuritis in her arm and shoulder. Includes later notes by Mary Soames [earlier Mary Churchill] for her biography of Clementine.