Series: 50 Coffees In London

Patagonia, Cancer and Freelancing With Steph Davis

Life After Cancer Coaching and Website Steph Davis Coaching and Workshops Hiraeth: Stories from Welsh Patagonia Photo by Parsing Eye on Unsplash

The Long Walk To Mental Health With Erica Basnicki

In this episode, Erica Basnicki shares about her walk for Mind the Mental health Charity from London to Brighton. Erica and I compare notes on our drug taking, alcoholism, and depression. Donate to Mind via Erica’s Just Giving Page – Click Here  

On motherhood with Victoria Cameron- Mowat

“I am more aware of my vulnerability and I see myself as more of a family, embedded in networks. I know I can’t do things by myself and that is no bad thing.”

We talk Brexit, Trade Deals And Things You Didn’t Know About UKIP

Jane works as the Social Media Manager at a legal consultancy firm for “small and disruptive businesses in London”. This is her 2nd general election where she’s been old enough to vote, and both times she has voted Labour. Martha speaks to Jane about her thoughts on why Brexit won, trade deals, Ukip and Britain’s history of an anti-immigrant sentiment. We live in a world of Trump, Brexit, rising nationalism and political extremes and in a country where Ferraris can be found parked next to food banks. 50 coffees are about speaking to people who are in our community, whether that community is London, the UK or the world. In an attempt to discover what unites us rather than divides us, Ouishare Radio are interviewing friends and strangers alike about current events and political happenings. Theresa May has called a snap election and the UK is going to the polls again. How do we all feel about that?

Romford Voices

Martha took a little trip from her comfortable Lewisham bubble to Romford on a Saturday afternoon. Romford is part of Havering where the vote to leave the EU in the referendum was 70%.

My Motives were to discover why people voted to leave in such high numbers as well as how much Brexit was informing their choices at this election.

Many people I spoke to did not want to be on record because they said; “It is dangerous to have an opinion these days”

Nevertheless I still heard some interesting views and it was good to start the conversation.

Camden Councillor Siân Berry On Community, Police Cuts, Youth and Housing

In this episode, we chat with Siân Berry, Green London Assembly member. Siân stood for London Mayor 2008 and 2016: Camden Councillor and GE 2017 candidate for Holborn & St Pancras. We live in a world of Trump, Brexit, rising nationalism and political extremes and in a country where Ferraris can be found parked next to food banks. 50 coffees are about speaking to people who are in our community, whether that community is London, the UK or the world. In an attempt to discover what unites us rather than divides us, Ouishare Radio are interviewing friends and strangers alike about current events and political happenings. Theresa May has called a snap election and the UK is going to the polls again. How do we all feel about that? OuiShare activities consist of building community, producing knowledge and incubating projects around the topics of communities and the collaborative economy, as well as offering support to individuals and organizations through professional services and education. Started in January 2012 in Paris, OuiShare is now an international leader in the collaborative economy field. A non-profit organization which has rapidly evolved from a handful of enthusiasts to a global movement in 25 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, our network of 50 expert “Connectors” engage over 2000 members and contributors worldwide.

William McSweeney on voting, the ‘Snap’ and Brexit.

William McSweeney works in political and legal advocacy and is a human rights MA graduate.

Martha McAlpine speaks to William as part of our ’50 coffees political special’ series:

We live in a world of Trump, Brexit, rising nationalism and political extremes and in a country where ferraris can be found parked next to foodbanks.

50 coffees are about speaking to people who are in our community, whether that community is London, the UK or the world. In an attempt to discover what unites us rather than divides us, Ouishare Radio are interviewing friends and strangers alike about current events and political happenings.

Theresa May has called a snap election and the UK is going to the polls again.

How do we all feel about that?

Andy Walker Talks About Civic Action Saving King George Hospital A&E In Redbridge

OuiShare activities consist of building community, producing knowledge and incubating projects around the topics of communities and the collaborative economy, as well as offering support to individuals and organizations through professional services and education. Started in January 2012 in Paris, OuiShare is now an international leader in the collaborative economy field. A non-profit organization which has rapidly evolved from a handful of enthusiasts to a global movement in 25 countries in Europe, Latin America and the Middle East, our network of 50 expert “Connectors” engage over 2000 members and contributors worldwide.

50 Coffees : The Political Special

We live in a world of Trump, Brexit, rising nationalism and political extremes and in a country where ferraris can be found parked next to foodbanks. 50 coffees are about speaking to people who are in our community, whether that community is London, the UK or the world. In an attempt to discover what unites us rather than divides us, Ouishare Radio are interviewing friends and strangers alike about current events and political happenings. Theresa May has called a snap election and the UK is going to the polls again. How do we all feel about that? Martha McAlpine spoke to William Sweeney about his thoughts on the ‘snap’, Brexit and how he intends to vote.