Following the tragic death of Sarah Everard, Clyde 1, Forth 1 and their sister stations are set to broadcast a special show: ‘Women’s Safety: What Can Men Do?’ to discuss this essential issue.
On Wednesday 17th March from 9.30pm to 10pm, the show will be broadcast across Scotland on the Hits Radio Network including MFR, Northsound 1, Tay FM, Radio Borders and West FM.
The show will be hosted by Garry Spence and Arlene Stuart and the panel will include:
- Davy Thompson from White Ribbon Scotland which is the largest effort in the world of men working to end men’s violence against women.
- Selena Jackson, Radio Clyde journalist who has covered this key issue extensively
- Donna Davies, counsellor of children, young people and adults
Victoria Easton-Riley, Content Director for Hits Radio brands in Scotland said: “The tragic death of Sarah Everard has dominated the news agenda for the last few weeks. It is a very important conversation and we want to share insights from key figures about the way that everyone can play a part and for us all to talk about it.”
‘Women’s Safety: What Can Men Do?’ will be aired on Wed 17th March 2021 from 9.30pm to 10pm on Clyde 1, Forth 1, MFR, Northsound 1, Tay FM, Radio Borders and West FM. For those who can’t tune in on Wednesday evening, the full programme will also be available on the station websites.
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