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The Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin guest edits Woman's Hour Takeover 2018

The Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin on knife and gun crime and the legacy of the Windrush generation.

It's Takeover 2018 and five guest editors choose the content for one edition of Woman's Hour each. Reverend Rose Hudson-Wilkin is a Church of England Priest and the first woman since 1660 to be appointed Chaplain to the Speaker of the House of Commons. She is also Chaplain to the Queen, priest Vicar at Westminster Abbey and Priest in Charge of St Mary at Hill, City of London. She investigates how we solve knife and gun crime. She highlights the work of the African Prison Project and examines the legacy of the Windrush generation. CeCelia Wickham Anderson sings live in the studio.

Presenter: Jane Garvey
Producer: Dianne McGregor.

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58 minutes

Chapters

  • Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin

    Duration: 06:55

  • Knife & Gun Crime

    Duration: 12:45

  • African Prison Project

    Duration: 06:35

  • Sacrifices and Legacy of the Windrush Women

    Duration: 12:14

  • Cecilia Wickham-Anderson

    Duration: 03:28

Susan Kigula' story - African Prison Project

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest Rose Hudson-Wilkin
Interviewed Guest Alison Cope
Interviewed Guest Catherine Ross
Interviewed Guest Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff
Interviewed Guest Heidi Mirza
Interviewed Guest Alexander McLean
Interviewed Guest CeCelia Wickham-Anderson
Interviewed Guest Pat Levy
Producer Dianne McGregor

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