An extension of Bitches Brew, this monthly one-hour show plays the best in new and old music from some of the world's most talented women. Bringing in Emma's work with Musicians Without Borders, each month features a discussion with an aid worker or peace activist, giving an insight into the various strands of aid work, education and development around the world. All episodes can be found at Camp.fr.
Episode 1 - Amanda Koser
Amanda is based in Derry, Northern Ireland, and runs workshops for vulnerable people as well as the highly regarded Second Line marching band, bringing a taste of New Orleans to the city. This simple act of music making seeks to realign ideas of what marching bands represent, and brings a much-loved bit of colour to the community.
Episode 2 - Christa Tinari
Christa is a peace educator, developing a syllabus for use in schools to foster empathy and understanding at each level of a child's learning. She tackles conflict resolution and nonviolence, giving students a way to understand conflict as an opportunity for understanding as opposed to a route towards trouble or violence.
Episode 3 - Anne Lockley
Anne works in International Development. Based in Melbourne, Australia, she works predominantly in Indonesia and specialises in gender. Her work looks at how women can be included in teams and decision making processes at every level of development, and how infrastructure can be designed to benefit both men and women's traditional roles.
Episode 4 - Rachel Maher
Rachel Maher is a humanitarian and international development professional with extensive experience as an advocate, project manager, producer and trainer on emergencies and development projects in Australia, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Burkina Faso, Liberia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, the Balkans and Greece. She specialises in community engagement and accountability, implementing initiatives in access to information and advocacy with a focus on human rights, migration and conflict.