Fashion historian Amber Butchart finds out what happens to the clothes we give to charity and discovers that their impact goes way beyond raising money for worthy causes.
Fashion historian Amber Butchart discovers what happens to the clothes we give to charity shops. Some of them can end up travelling thousands of miles and affect people's lives in ways that goes well beyond raising money for worthy causes.
In the second and concluding episode, Amber travels to Senegal, via London and Yorkshire, to trace the process that our charity clothes go through and hears about the positive and negative impacts our donations are having globally.
Producer: Phill Brown
An Alfi Media production for BBC Radio 4.
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