April 2017

How I turned my life around

Linda interviews Sharon who was involved with Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women and the What I Know Now series. In this interview, Sharon shares how she turned her life around after leaving jail.

This audio was produced by Radio Seeds. Radio Seeds is a project of Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women, a non profit, volunteer run community group that supports women to support each other upon their release from prison.

We broadcast on the first Friday of every month on WOW-FM 100.5FM from 3 – 4pm (Adelaide time). If you’re not in the local area you can tune in online at wowfm.org

We aim to support women in prison, and those who have recently left, and to educate the wider community about the issues faced by women with a criminalised history.

You have permission to re-broadcast – just let us know!

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Radio Seeds April Broadcast

Welcome to Radio Seeds.

Honest and real information from and for women of lived prison experience.

We broadcast on the first Friday of every month on WOW-FM 100.5FM from 3 – 4pm (Adelaide time). If you’re not in the local area you can tune in online at wowfm.org

Radio Seeds is a project of Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women, a non-profit, volunteer run community group that supports women to support each other upon their release from prison.

Listen to our third broadcast here:

 

How radio can help prisoners in South Australia

Dr Charlotte Bedford has been involved in community radio, and specifically prison radio, for years. She explains the important role radio can play for prisoners and shares more about the work she and her colleague, Dr Heather Anderson, have been doing.

Over the past month, they’ve also been running radio listening groups in Adelaide Women’s Prison to get feedback on what Radio Seeds have been doing. We hear from some of those women.

This audio was produced by Radio Seeds. Radio Seeds is a project of Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women, a non profit, volunteer run community group that supports women to support each other upon their release from prison.

We broadcast on the first Friday of every month on WOW-FM 100.5FM from 3 – 4pm (Adelaide time). If you’re not in the local area you can tune in online at wowfm.org

We aim to support women in prison, and those who have recently left, and to educate the wider community about the issues faced by women with a criminalised history.

You have permission to re-broadcast – just let us know!

Surviving on the outside

This is part of the What I Know Now series, produced by Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women, with support from the University of South Australia. It provides some top tips for women when they first get released from prison.

Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women is a non profit, volunteer run community group that supports women to support each other upon their release from prison.

Radio Seeds broadcasts on the first Friday of every month on WOW-FM 100.5FM from 3 – 4pm (Adelaide time). If you’re not in the local area you can tune in online at wowfm.org

We aim to support women in prison, and those who have recently left, and to educate the wider community about the issues faced by women with a criminalised history.

You have permission to re-broadcast – just let us know!

Photo project gives prisoners a voice

Michele Jarldorn is a PhD student in social work at Flinders University who works with women of lived prison experience using photo-voice.

Last program, Michele gave us a short introduction to photo-voice. In this interview, she shares some of the project’s findings and explains more about how it can be used to assist women transitioning to life after prison.

This audio was produced by Radio Seeds. Radio Seeds is a project of Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women, a non profit, volunteer run community group that supports women to support each other upon their release from prison.

We broadcast on the first Friday of every month on WOW-FM 100.5FM from 3 – 4pm (Adelaide time). If you’re not in the local area you can tune in online at wowfm.org

We aim to support women in prison, and those who have recently left, and to educate the wider community about the issues faced by women with a criminalised history.

You have permission to re-broadcast – just let us know!