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The power of telling stories

Michael Rosen talks to storyteller Clare Muireann Murphy about how telling and listening to stories can transport both the teller and their audience in wonderfully unexpected ways.

Michael Rosen talks to storyteller Clare Muireann Murphy about how telling and listening to stories can transport both the teller and their audience in wonderfully unexpected ways. Stories change minds, shift perspectives and save lives. Human beings have been telling them to each other for thousands of years, and Clare has experienced the power of stories in transforming trauma into growth.
The podcast version of this programme contains the full conversation between Michael and Clare.
Producer Beth O'Dea
Clare's website: http://claremurphy.org/
https://blesma.org/how-we-help/making-generation-r/

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Tue 18 Feb 2020 16:00

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