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*'''WELCOME FROM THE HOST'''. John Cross, Executive Director, Planned Environment Therapy Trust
*'''WELCOME FROM THE HOST'''. John Cross, Executive Director, Planned Environment Therapy Trust

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RadioTC International

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December 4, 2020




COMPLETE LIST OF PROGRAMMES TO DATE

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RadioTC 1
News: News Flash/ News Bulletin/ News Roundup

News and news stories involving therapeutic communities from around the world. Add news and comment from your community, organization or area by sending an email press release or soundclip to RadioTC@tc-of.org.uk. You could, for example, send a brief soundclip of news from your community, organization, or area, or record a short interview with someone in your community who is making news.

  • News Flash: Breaking and rapidly changing news and events.
  • News Roundup: A look back at news stories from around the world over the past month (or so)


RadioTC 2
Community Magazine

Programmes made by individual Therapeutic Communities, perhaps with music written and played by community members, tellings of "my story" or dramas based on community members' lives, poetry written and read by community members, discussions between current community members and those who have left, news, sounds of the community, a description of daily life... "News Roundup"

RadioTC 3
Talk and Listen

Talks, Lectures, Conferences, Interviews...There is a lot of scope here for sharing seminars and talks with a wider audience. Why not record interviews with people who helped create your therapeutic community? Record an interview with someone who has left the therapeutic programme, about their experience of it....

RadioTC 4
Arts, Books and Music

Reviews and discussions of books, plays, movies, music, art exhibitions and such (past or present) which are by or about therapeutic communities and therapeutic community people; which is of relevance to people involved in therapeutic community; or which may have played significant roles in community members' lives...

Also, the performances themselves - music, plays, dramatizations, short story and poetry readings....


RadioTC 5
Audio Diary

A brief (10 to 15 minute?) audio notebook of daily life, work and travels around the therapeutic community world.

RadioTC 6
Mainly For Members...

Programmes made by RadioTC International partner organisations, and targeted primarily at their members. Audio version of Newsletters, for example; or announcements of upcoming events, and updates on current issues and work.


RadioTC 7
Spotlight on...

A wide-ranging series. The world is your oyster. Focus on a particular issue, or an aspect of life and work within a therapeutic community, or on a specific person or community: "Spotlight on Research", "Spotlight on Training", "Spotlight on Leaving"...


RadioTC 8
GUEST CHANNEL

Therapeutic Communities are about opening doors onto the world, and into the self. This Guest Channel is for people who are not, or may not be directly involved in therapeutic community, but who have a door to open.



CHANNEL: RTCI 1 NEWS

  • News Flash
    • None Yet


CHANNEL: RTCI 2 COMMUNITY MAGAZINE

  • None yet

CHANNEL: RTCI 3 TALK AND LISTEN

1. FEATURES

Stuart Whiteley
Gibbs Williams
A Visit to Sugrizimas Therapeutic Community

2. TALKS AND CONFERENCES

"What is a Therapeutic Community?". Association of Workers for Children with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties,1996 Study Day at the Caldecott College, Kent
Mulberry Bush School Annual General Meeting 2006
"Mother/Baby Work 1948-1998: A Tribute to Tom Main", The Cassel Hospital Conference, 1998
Nina Coltart Memorial Lecture 2006, "From Mind to Self to Soul"
"Metabolising Madness and Mobilising Resources - the place of supervision in mental health work", Birmingham Personality Disorder Service First Annual Conference, 2006
"REFORMS, IDEOLOGY AND BEST PRACTICE": 10th International Symposium on Substance Abuse Treatment, Oslo, 1-3 October 2007
ANNUAL MAXWELL JONES MEMORIAL LECTURE
  • Nick Benefield, Lecturer
  • Gwen Adshead, Respondent
WINDSOR CONFERENCE 2007
  • Video recorded at the Association of Therapeutic Communities' annual Windsor Conference, 6 September 2007
  • Introduction by Rex Haigh
  • Presentation by Katharine Larkin and Sarah Paget




3. INTERVIEWS

4. RADIOTC INTERNATIONAL NORSK - PROGRAMMES FROM THE NORWEGIAN TRANSMITTER

  • Anthony Slater (English)
  • Hallvard, staff member at Phoenix Haga (Norwegian)
  • Sven (American English)
  • Nikolas (Norwegian)
  • Emir (English, Russian, German & Italian)
  • Marius (Mixed Norwegian dialect, part west coast, part east, south and a bit in the middle)
  • Emir's journey, Norsk version, introduced by Sven (på Norsk)
  • Emir's journey, English version, introduced by Anthony Slater
  • THE WANDERING MICROPHONE: HALLVARD EXPLORES PHOENIX HAGA (in English)
  • Hallvard talks with Bjørnstein, Stian, and Marius
  • Hallvard talks with Henrik and Niklas
  • Professor Håkan Jenner (Special and treatment pedagogics), School of Education, Växjö University, Sweden and
  • Dr. Ylva Benderix, School of Education, Växjö University. 3 February 2008
  • ONE: FROM WARM SOUTH TO COLD NORTH: Pedro Moreira Discovers Phoenix House Haga



CHANNEL: RTCI 4 ARTS, BOOKS, AND MUSIC

"Murals, Music and Film at Mohican Juvenile Correctional Facility, Perrysville, Ohio: Two projects of Wisconsin-based AVEC: - Arts Vitally Enrich Communities
  • Video-streams:



CHANNEL: RTCI 5 AUDIO DIARY




CHANNEL: RTCI 6 MAINLY FOR MEMBERS

ASSOCIATION OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES
  • Windsor Conference Guest Lecture, September 5, 2007

EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITIES
  • Receiving the EFTC Award for dedicated and exemplary contribution to therapeutic communities within the international field

COMMUNITY OF COMMUNITIES

ANNUAL FORUM 2006

ANNUAL FORUM 2007

ANNUAL FORUM 2008. "TCs: What Do You See?"

ANNUAL FORUM 2009. A View From Ground Level

CHANNEL: RTCI 7 SPOTLIGHT ON...

CHANNEL: RTCI 8 Guest Channel

Jerry Moe, "Healing for Children from Addicted Families". Recorded on May 11, 2006 by Rowdy Yates of the University of Stirling in Scotland


"CHILD CARE: THE NEED FOR HISTORY"
Inaugural conference of the Child Care History Network

  • WELCOME FROM THE HOST. John Cross, Executive Director, Planned Environment Therapy Trust
  • SESSION ONE: "Sources and Issues: Past, Present, Future"
  • Chair: Craig Fees
    • ARCHIVES. Sian Roberts, Head of Collections Development, Birmingham Archives and Heritage
    • MUSEUMS, Jim Gledhill, Assistant Curator and Registrar, The Foundling Museum
    • LIBRARIES, Nicola Hilliard, Head of Library & Information Service, National Childrens Bureau
    • SOURCES, CURRENT – AND FUTURE, David Lane, Consultant/Expert Witness
  • SESSION TWO: "What Does it Matter? To Whom? How? Why?"
  • Chair: Cynthia Cross
    • PERSPECTIVE: FORMER CHILD. Tom James, Ledston Hall and Wennington School
    • PERSPECTIVE: ACADEMIC AND RESEARCHER. Sarah Hayes, Wellcome Research Fellow, Centre for Medical History, University of Exeter
    • PERSPECTIVE: POLICY AND PRACTICE. Jonathan Stanley, Manager, National Centre for Excellence in Residential Child Care

SESSION THREE: "Sharing the History: Problems, Challenges and Issues"

  • Charles Sharpe, Child care consultant, Goodenoughcaring; and psychotherapist
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