Shantha Dickinson listens to this five part Radio 4 series that lifts the lid on modern Britain and asks what social changes could fix the problems of modern Britain.
A new podcast from the BBC reveals how the police was given an unique insight into criminal activity through the hacking of an encrypted chat service called EncroChat.
Adam Kay joined The Emergency Services Show to share his experience of working in the NHS and to emphasise the need to focus on the mental health of staff.
Attracting over 100 delegates, new independent networking group for the UK fire safety industry, Women Talking Fire hosted its first conference with the theme of ‘the future of fire.’
Speakers at the 2023 Emergency Services Show provide their insights on connection between fires and electric vehicles.
Learning from the US with this podcast from the National Fire Protection Association.
Learning from decades of experience, a review of Sir David Omand’s book, How to survive a crisis. Published by Penguin | Viking.
Shane Ewen in Before Grenfell examines why the Grenfell Tower fire was able to happen in modern Britain. Published by University of London Press.
Emma tells us in One Kensington about the politics of the place she called home for the last 40 years. Published by Published by Quercus.
A review of Adam Kay’s eye-opening book Undoctored: The Story of a Medic who Ran out of Patients. Published by published by Trapeze.