Rebel Women


Rebel Women for Kids: The Suffragettes

Season 2, Ep. 1

This is Rebel Women for kids, a new podcast for … well kids. It's full of amazing stories of daring and adventure, and the best thing is that all these stories are completely true. And even though this is a podcast for you kids, we think your grown ups might quite enjoy it too.

This podcast is designed to be used alongside our activity pack for 5-11 year olds, allowing them to explore history through play, imagination and creation. Sign up to receive a pack in the post at www.eastlondonwomen/learning/primary. By signing up for our postal packs you will receive free resources to help you in your tasks, but if you just can't wait you can download the activity sheet at www.eastlondonwomen/learning/primary.

Rebel Women for kids has been produced by Share UK, as part of our Women Activists of East London project. When not making podcasts for kids, we make shows for adults. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss an episode. Thanks to the William Morris Big Local for funding today's episode.

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Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp Part 3

Season 3, Ep. 3
This is the third and final part of our series on the Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp. For this episode we’re focus ing on someone who wasn’t even there, yet was irrecoverably touch by it. A woman who 100% captures the spirit of the movement, taking the fight to a new generation.Sophie was born in 1968 in Orphington, on the south-east edge of Greater London. She grew up with a mother, who she describes as flamboyant. However the area itself was pretty conservative; both with a small and big C. The staid local atmosphere did not crush Sophie’s rebellious spirit how, nor her sense of justice, which began at an early age.Rebel Women is a podcast about history’s troublemakers. This episode begins a three part series about the Greenham Common Women’s peace camp. We will explore what went on in the camp, the questions it raised, and the impact it had on the women who were there and those who came after.For further stories about East London women visit our website Or find us on Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, Instagram or Pinterest.Rebel Women is part of the Women Activists of East London project, which has been developed by Share UK, a non profit community group based in London.Special thanks to the William Morris Big Local for funding today’s episode.Main theme by Dano Songs. Incidental music by Purple Planet Music.See for privacy and opt-out information.