From CLAPPING To SACKING | NHS Paramedic Lilith | #226

From clapping to sacking features NHS paramedic Lilith, who along with her colleagues, are battling to save their jobs.

From Clapping To Sacking | NHS Paramedic Lilith

NHS100k.com brings together NHS, Care, and social work colleagues, including more than 111,000 NHS staff who have exercised their basic human right of informed consent regarding a medical intervention. NHS paramedic Lilith, chats with Chris Thrall regarding her co-worker’s fight to keep their jobs.

Transcript from, ‘From Clapping To Sacking’ podcast

Lilith – So The NHS 100k is the platform we’ve just created. It’s only been two weeks and we’re seeing good growth, so hopefully, we can get more people involved. Hopefully we can stop the legislation coming in.

Chris – First of all, yes cracking effort getting your organization off the ground and rallying the good, wonderful people in the health industry. It’s certainly got some movers and shakers. So a massive thank you to you and a big well done

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Can You REFUSE To Serve In An Illegal Conflict? | Joe Glenton #225

Can you refuse to serve, features Joe Glenton who went on the run, after refusing to go back and fight in Afghanistan

Can You REFUSE To Serve In An Illegal Conflict?

Joe Glenton was a lance corporal with the Royal Logistics Corps, who vowed not to return to Afghanistan. After going on the run for a full 737 days, Joe was jailed at the ‘Glasshouse’ in Colchester. The court-martial heard that Joe had been suffering from PTSD after his first tour of duty. He was later officially discharged from the British army. Joe is now a journalist, film-maker and award-winning author.

Transcript from ‘Can You Refuse To Serve In An Illegal Conflict’ podcast

Joe – I was in a deeply unglamorous corps, as I was in the Royal Logistics corps. I joined which would have been ordnance corps. I’m not exactly sure, but yes I joined in 2004 for probably the same reasons most people do. I’m from a working-class background, it was a route out of that and loved it. I was keen, green and I was gonning to stay forever, which is what we all say at the start. It was the era of Iraq and Afghanistan, so we went to Afghanistan and did a tour. For me it wasn’t a terribly kinetic tour. I was doing the ammunition with the 13 air assault regiment. We were the logistics element of that went out. Over the course of the tour, I started to question the kind of rationales about why we were in Afghanistan.

We were given lots of reasons, such as, it’s about helping women to go to school or stopping the opium trade. I think those started to fall away over the course of the tour. I wasn’t a very political person at the time, but that developed. Not on tour, because you don’t really have time on tour as you know yourself. After that I think that started to crystallize into a kind of critique, a critique of the war in a very uncomplicated way. A moral objection to what was going on and I planned to just get out of the military.

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Parachute Regiment to DJ Legend | Danny Rampling | Podcast #224

Parachute Regiment to DJ legend, features Danny Rampling who is one of world’s best known DJ’s with a lifetime achievement award.

Parachute Regiment To DJ Legend | Danny Rampling

Danny Rampling is one of the original founders of the UK’s rave scene and he’s also a famous radio presenter. He served with the Parachute Regiment in 10 Para and is a leading activist in the global freedom movement. With a career stretching back to the early 1980’s, Danny was the first winner of the No. 1 DJ in the world, by DJ Magazine and a winner of their lifetime achievement award, selling over one million compilation albums.

Transcript from ‘Parachute Regiment To DJ Legend’ podcast

Danny – My love for music started at a very young age, through my mother having the radio on. My father worked at a printers so he’d either be sleeping during the day or at work.

I loved records at family parties and I used to put the records on. I just loved music from a very young age. My imagination was making this picture of the studio on on a ship, somewhere off the coast in the Atlantic. That’s where it started, collecting records at a very young age and I wanted to be on the radio.

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23 SAS in Iraq | Nick Grainge | Bought The T-Shirt Podcast #223

23 SAS in Iraq, features Nick Grainge who served with the British special-forces, going on to become a highly successful athlete.

23 SAS in Iraq | Nick Grainge

Nick is a highly successful athlete across a broad spectrum of physical and mental disciplines. He has won competitions internationally across a range of events. These include sprint triathlons, ultra mountain races and long expeditions across the world with the Special Forces. In this podcast, Nick tells us about his time as a 23 SAS operative whilst serving in the middle-east.

Transcript from ’23 SAS in Iraq’ podcast

Nick – When I joined HRC I had to do a separate selection. It was devised by a bit of a legend that was in 22. I won’t mention his name, if you don’t mind, but he was an inspirational character and helped me facilitate my move forward. In actual fact, he was the one that approached me on a number of times and said, ‘I want you to go for HRC’.

What we found was that everybody from 22 and 23, were very capable SF soldiers. When they went to 22, they all got stand-up fails at the end. They weren’t right for that unit and much later, the guy who devised HRC, had a look at that whole political kind of situation I believe. I’d left by that time in 2004 and said, look this isn’t good enough. These are these are lads that essentially I have trained, because I devised this unit called HRC.

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I Pulled Three Bodies From the Sea | Paddleboarding Britain | #222

I pulled three bodies from the sea podcast, features Brendon Prince, who is the first person to paddleboard around Great Britain.

I Pulled Three Bodies From the Sea

Brendon Prince, a sea safety campaigner from Torquay, is the first person to paddleboard along the whole coast of Great Britain. Brendon’s aim is to raise £200,000 to increase awareness of water safety. Along his mammoth journey, high winds, storms and even losing a paddle has not stopped Brendon from reaching his goal. Along his way he’s seen devious tactics by water companies who were dumping raw sewage when the weather was foggy. Brendon arrived back in his hometown on April 27th, after his 3,800 mile challenge.

Transcript from ‘I Pulled Three Bodies From The Sea’ podcast

Brendon – I set up Torbay life-saving club, ten years ago this month. I was just fed up in Torbay of what seemed a a lack of knowledge of the most basics. Even knowing that the tide goes in or out that the water in the sea gets deeper. You know these are the most basic things people didn’t know and were getting into trouble with. I set up the life-saving club to try and get as much knowledge in Torbay as possible.

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