March 2015 Media Coverage of Education Committee Meeting and Summer Born Campaign

IMG_3865March 12th
BBC Three Counties Radio (Roberto Perrone)
Listen at 39:06-46:33 – Fraser McGruer

March 9th
LBC Radio (Question time with Nicky Morgan)
Listen/Transcript – Rosie Dutton
March 5th
ITV Loose Women
Watch their Summer Born discussion

March 4th
BBC Breakfast television (Bill Turnbill and Louise Minchin)
Live interview Rosie and Olivia Dutton and pre-recorded film of Faye Salisbury

BBC Six O’Clock News
Watch online filmRosie Dutton

BBC Radio Kent
Listen at 02:12:12 – Early years specialist Dr David Whitebread
Listen at 02:15:25 – Head teacher Annie Lawrence
Listen at 02:26:00 – Pauline Hull

BBC Radio Newcastle
Listen at 1:25:45 – Julie Thomson

BBC Radio Leicester
Listen at 32:45-38:15 – Rosie Dutton

BBC Radio Gloucestershire
Listen at 38:28-43:06 – Rosie Dutton

BBC Radio Suffolk
Listen at 47:00-51:10 – Rosie Dutton

BBC Radio Jersey
Listen Rosie Dutton

BBC Radio Cornwall
Listen at 02:21:25-02:23:16 and 02:39:49-02:45:18 – Dr David Odd from North Bristol NHS Trust, Alex Cunningham MP for Stockton North and Education Select Committee member, and Rosie Dutton

BBC Radio 5 Live
Listen at 01:40:50-01:48:30 – Michelle Melson and Jennie Hendley

BBC Radio 5 Live
Listen at 07:00-13:55 – Stefan Richter
Listen at 13:55-18:13 – Early years specialist Dr David Whitebread

(Special thanks to Rosie Dutton for help in compiling these links and timings.)

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2 Responses to March 2015 Media Coverage of Education Committee Meeting and Summer Born Campaign

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  2. birchrm says:

    The fact that the summer born issue has been covered so widely in the media proves just how important it is. The coverage has been very supportive of the campaign. Thank you to Pauline and Michelle for arranging all of this. Also to Rosie and Olivia for their story which was so widely covered. It is not easy to put yourself out there so publicly and showed so much guts and determination from a lady doing the very best she can for her daughter. Thank you ladies. Lets hope the government is listening and taking note, it’s time for a serious change.

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