last friday morning (30th november), 10.34-10.44am, on bbc radio 4
woman’s hour (presented by tina daheley) concludes with …
“On 2nd December 1938, the first Kindertransport train arrived into Liverpool Street Station, marking the start of a momentous rescue mission that saved the lives of 10,000 children from Nazi occupied Europe.
80 years on, how significant was the programme? And what can its history teach us about the current child refugee crisis?”
including interview with …
• lore segal, born 1928, vienna
and discussion with …
• beth gardiner-smith, chief executive, safe passage
• olivia marks-woldman, chief executive, holocaust nemorial day trust
• jackie sanders, director of communications and public affairs, fostering network.
(if you missed it, available from 0:32:11 to 0:42:00 at https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0001cb9)