Other programmes

  • Are You Aware We Care

    There is a “hidden army” of young carers in the UK, a recent study reveals that 800,000 secondary aged young people in England are caring for a parent or sibling. This series follows six young and young-adult carers, hearing their stories, giving them a voice and learning about the daily challenges at different stages of life. Pictured are Host and Producer Grant Francis, with young carer Alicia.

  • Blind Notes with Ravi Sagoo

    A series of one-to-one interviews with visually impaired musicians. Looking at their work, their musical loves, inspirations, and the special relationship music plays in their lives. Pictured are Host Ravi Sagoo with guest Sally Clay.

  • Connections

    An engaging series of radio dramas by new writers with disabilities, performed by a mainly disabled cast. During the pandemic, we all experienced isolation in a way that many of us never normally encounter and having to make tough choices: this is a regular daily occurrence for those with disabilities. 

  • Fighting With Pride

    A documentary series, telling the stories of the personnel who epitomise the ban on LGBT+ people serving in the British Armed Forces The series tells ten powerful and often harrowing stories of veterans who were thrown out of the military because of their sexuality or gender identity, before the ban on LGBT+ personnel was lifted 21 years ago.

  • Gary's Diary Of A New Carer

    A documentary series, telling the stories of the personnel who epitomise the ban on LGBT+ people serving in the British Armed Forces The series tells ten powerful and often harrowing stories of veterans who were thrown out of the military because of their sexuality or gender identity, before the ban on LGBT+ personnel was lifted 21 years ago.

  • Greenborne

    A brand-new radio soap opera set in the near future – making it a beacon of hope in a post Covid-19 return to normality.

  • Linda Sage's A to Z of Emotional Wellbeing & Resilience

    Linda is an award-winning international speaker, trainer, mentor and author. With practical, sustainable systems for enhancing emotional resilience, enabling change and enabling self-care. Her mantra “Self-care is not a luxury, it is a necessity.” Her passion now is to share her knowledge, expertise and strategies with as many people as possible to help them avoid the trauma of burnout.

  • Young Carers

    An occasional one-hour programme recognising, supporting and celebrating the work of young carers, presented by Luke Dudley and Lucy Hutton. They talk to the experts, those working with young carers and those being cared for, but mostly we hear from young carers up and down the UK from all walks of life.

  • Pause For Thought

    Alan Sorensen and Willie Cameron share their thoughts across a range of subjects, all designed to help us take breath, appreciate what we have and strive to do the best for others. 

  • Features

    Each and every week, our team of Care Radio presenters and reporters bring us a wealth of features where we hear about different charities, organisations, care workers, hospitals, hospices, care homes, carers, those being cared for and much much more. It's all about people

  • Shelley Gates

    I'm so pleased to be a part of Care Radio. Let's not mince our words, it's been a rubbish couple of years hasn't it, and hugely overwhelming for those working in the care sector. I was a carer back in 2009/2010, and I found it hard enough back then working under normal circumstances.

  • Matt Rosser's Music With Meaning

    This isn’t therapy, it’s just a radio show, but we hope it helps you to catch your breath at the start, end or middle of your week - depending on how your week, your shifts or your sleep works!

  • My Family, Mental Illness.. & Me

    We explore what it’s like to grow up in the shadow of mental illness with intimate conversation with someone in the public eye who has or had a parent with a mental illness, or mental health difficulties.

  • Props

    During the pandemic we were asked to isolate ourselves to protect others. But, long before Covid, many people were living with isolation and restriction in order to support someone else. Props is a radio series to spotlight the lived experience of these unsung heroes.

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