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Founded 20 years ago, Magic Breakfast provides healthy school breakfasts to children at risk of hunger in disadvantaged areas of the UK, working with nearly 1,000 schools in England and Scotland. The GCBC team are joined by the charity’s Head of Policy and Campaigns, Alysa Remtulla, to discuss how the pandemic has changed its delivery model, the pl…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Steph Harland, CEO of Age UK. Steph explains the steps taken by the national charity and local Age UK branches to support older people during Covid, the reasons for the decision to permanently close about a third of Age UK's charity shops; and shares her frustration at the government's lack of action on a long-term solut…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Mike Adamson, CEO of the British Red Cross. Mike discusses the charity's role in responding to Covid, how he's planning to manage a significant deficit in BRC's income over the coming years, and what the pandemic has revealed about volunteering. Good Charity, Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and …
 
The GCBC team are joined by Matt Leach, CEO of Local Trust, which delivers Big Local: a 15-year programme which distributes £1.15m of funding to 150 neighbourhoods across England "with no strings attached to use as they see fit". Matt discusses the ethos of Big Local and the insights into place-based funding that are emerging from the initiative. T…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Fozia Irfan OBE, who started her new job as Director of Children and Young People at BBC Children in Need in October 2020. Fozia explains why working for the organisation is her “dream job”, what she hopes to achieve in her new post, and why grantmakers need to be wary of imposing a model which charities must conform to.…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Catherine Roche, Chief Executive of Place2Be, the UK's leading school-based mental health charity. Catherine discusses the impact of the pandemic on children's mental health; the benefits of having HRH The Duchess of Cambridge as the charity's patron; and the charity's plan, in partnership with Young Voices, to smash the…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Dr Wanda Wyporska, Executive Director of The Equality Trust, which works to improve quality of life in the UK by reducing all kinds of inequality. Wanda discusses The Equality Trust's current campaigns and how the events of this summer have focused people's attention on structural inequality. Good Charity, Bad Charity is…
 
We have 300 Muslim response groups across the country just for Covid – Fadi Itani, CEO, Muslim Charities Forum The GCBC team are joined by Fadi Itani, Chief Executive of the Muslim Charites Forum. Fadi discusses the response of Muslim communities to the pandemic; the importance of charity within Islam and the role of faith charities in the UK today…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Mike Wilson, Chief Executive of Pembroke House. Founded in 1885 by students from Pembroke College, Cambridge, Pembroke House is a “settlement” in the neighbourhood of Walworth, South London, which aims to “bridge traditional divides and unite people” in the local community. Mike discusses what it means to be a “settlemen…
 
The team are joined by Gabby Edlin, who founded the charity Bloody Good Period in 2016. The organisation aims to supply period products to those who can’t afford them; provide menstrual education to those less likely to access it; and to “help everybody talk about periods”. Gabby explains why she refuses to use traumatic stories to fundraise; her h…
 
The GCBC team are joined by Stephen Hale, Chief Executive of Refugee Action - one of the UK’s leading charities supporting refugees and asylum seekers. Stephen explains how he’s dealing with a situation in which the government won’t pick up the phone to refugee charities; why the charity sector needs to tell a better story about itself; and how Cov…
 
We need the whole of government to think about civil society not as the cleaners that come in after the mess has been made, but as the central agency of our society – Danny Kruger MP The team chew over Danny Kruger MP’s new report into the role of charities in the UK’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic. They’re joined by the author himself, who e…
 
In the final episode of this series, Keith, Camilla, and David are joined by one of the charity sector’s most famous faces: Dame Esther Rantzen. In 1986, Dame Esther founded Childline – a helpline for children suffering from neglect and abuse. In 2012, she drew on that experience to establish The Silver Line, a helpline for older people struggling …
 
Keith, Camilla and David are joined by Craig Bennett, who started his new job as CEO of the Wildlife Trusts just as lockdown began. Craig explains what a herd of four bison are doing in the Kent countryside; what his previous job as CEO of Friends of Earth taught him about running effective campaigns; and why he’s less than impressed with the gover…
 
As Captain Sir Tom Moore receives his knighthood from the Queen, the Good Charity Bad Charity team hear from the head of the charity he raised £33 million for: NHS Charities Together. Ellie tells the team how she’s coping with the rapid expansion of her organisation during Covid-19.Bởi Good Charity Bad Charity
 
Aidan Lang tells the Good Charity Bad Charity team that running a world beating opera company is a challenge at the best of times, but surviving the effects of Covid-19 has made him re-assess what the audience wants.Bởi Good Charity Bad Charity
 
The GCBC team are joined by Paul Streets, Chief Executive of the Lloyds Bank Foundation, to discuss how his organisation is responding to the challenges of Covid-19, and whether the crisis could lead to a new economic settlement. This episode was recorded in May 2020.Bởi Good Charity Bad Charity
 
Keith, Camilla and David reflect on the dramatic impact that Covid 19 is having on the charity sector. The GCBC team are joined by Alex Skailes from the Cass Centre for Charity Effectiveness to discuss cash flow, the dilemmas of furloughing, government bailouts, Colonel Tom, the return of the community spirit, reactive funders, and a new vision for…
 
Keith, Camilla and David discuss the lengths they’d go to in order to raise money for charity, before talking to Sean Duggan, Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation’s Mental Health Network. Sean discusses how public awareness of mental health has grown during his extensive career in the sector, and when we can expect parity of esteem between ment…
 
Keith, Camilla and David are joined by Alex Skailes, Director at Cass Business School’s Centre for Charity Effectiveness. Alex talks about her experience of leading a ten-way merger of infrastructure organisations in Suffolk, and explains why she believes that boards would benefit from considering a merger at regular interviews. This episode was re…
 
Keith, Camilla and David talk to the RSPCA's Chief Executive Chris Sherwood about how he plans to move the organisation forward and his response to allegations of bullying within the organisation. N.B. This episode was recorded in January 2019. Good Charity, Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest. It is produced b…
 
Keith, Camilla and David debate the thorny issue of when it’s right for a charity to turn down funding from a big corporation. And Debra Allcock Tyler, Chief Executive of the Directory of Social Change (DSC), explains the many reasons why charities should be cheerful about the future. More information about the DSC can be found on their website: ht…
 
We're back for a second series of fascinating conversations with people in the charity sector. In this episode, Keith, Camilla and David are joined by one of the key players in the charity sector: Dawn Austwick, Chief Executive of the National Lottery Community Fund (formerly the Big Lottery Fund). Dawn recalls her own memories of applying for lott…
 
Keith, Camilla and David reminisce about their favourite childhood sitcoms, which leads them serendipitously onto today's interview. In the hot seat is Phil Maguire, pioneer of National Prison Radio – a station that broadcasts to more than 100 prisons across the UK. Phil reveals how it all began and why one prison officer has likened him to a secon…
 
Caron Bradshaw, Chief Executive of the Charity Finance Group (CFG) joins Keith, Camilla and David for a special episode about all things finance, including how charities can prepare for the outcome of Brexit. The CFG's website is https://cfg.org.uk/ Good Charity Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest. It is produc…
 
What qualities are needed to lead a charity? Keith, Camilla and David are joined by Kai Adams of the recruitment firm Green Park to get some answers. Kai also explains why diversity in its broadest sense is something charities should be paying more attention to. Good Charity Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest.…
 
Should charities pay to be regulated? That’s one of the proposals being mooted by our special guest Helen Stephenson, CEO of the Charity Commission, who is set to announce her policy review imminently. Helen also reveals how she foresaw the concerns about safeguarding that exploded with the Oxfam scandal and defends the Commission’s response to it.…
 
Keith, Camilla and David debate how the charity sector fares when it comes to gender equality. Helen Rice, CEO of Advising Communities, explains why she believes it's never been a harder time to be poor or not to speak English in Britain. She also reveals her creative approach to making sure her charity's resources help as many people as possible. …
 
Camilla’s spent some time inside – which has opened up all sorts of questions about which charitable projects are worth funding. This week, our trio are joined by Sue Tibballs of the Sheila McKechnie Foundation, who talks about how her foundation’s namesake revolutionised campaigning. Sue also explains why things have just got tougher for charities…
 
Keith, Camilla and David ask whether the recent Royal Wedding is going to herald a new era for Britain’s charity’s sector, and fresh from organising a ground-breaking international summit, Malaria No More’s Executive Director James Whiting talks about putting David Beckham in a glass box surrounded by mosquitos. He also gives sage advice on coping …
 
Keith, Camilla and David assess the Oxfam fall-out, and are joined by Iqbal Wahhab, restaurateur and author of "Charity Sucks", to talk about his hard-nosed business approach to charity, and whether its OK to profit from poverty. Good Charity Bad Charity is presented by Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest, produced by Dan Hardoon at Whist…
 
The "Coming Soon" Episode in which Keith Davis, Camilla McGibbon and David Prest discuss their new podcast series, Good Charity Bad Charity. They outline their frames of reference, and draw up a wish-list of guests for the first season: Prince Charles, Bill Gates, Bono and … Tom Jones. "We're shaking the tin at the UK charity sector and asking some…
 
I hear and see a lot of Paranormal Media claiming to be experts in the paranormal field. This is completely out of the question being that we are involved with a field that absolutely no one knows exactly what they are dealing with. As it stands today we are pretty much empty handed with a whole lot of contradicting theory’s that really hasn’t enti…
 
Find Your Ancestors-Find your Ghosts ! October second on A.P.R.A. radio join Brandon & Justin as they interview Elizabeth Eagan-Cox !! Elizabeth talks about " Find your ancestors, find your ghosts and how the hunt to find her ancestors from the 1700s led her to the realization that the spirits of her ancestors surround her... and her story is not u…
 
Another week has flown by & it is once again time for another installment of A.P.R.A. Radio. Friday’s show will be done in two parts. We will continue our series on demonology with “possession” as our focus & we will discuss the topic of our investigation as we will be live on location at the Green Hotel in Kern County. The Green Hotel was built in…
 
Hello to all! This week we will be broadcasting live on location at the historic McConaghy House in the Bay area. Please join Brandon & I, along with the rest of the team as we explore this twelve room farmhouse built in 1886. We will be conducting a two night investigation & learning what life on a farm was like in the Victorian era. This promises…
 
This week on A.P.R.A. Radio we are going to delve into the subject of demonology. Friday's show will be the first in a series of shows on the topic of demonology, each focusing on a different aspect of said topic. The first show will provide an overview of the concept of demonology & different religions' perception of what the term means. This will…
 
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