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Celebrating the service given by women in the British Army since 1917, each episode will tell the story of a women who has or is still serving in the British Army. Produced by the WRAC Association to accompany the Wonderful Women book that will be launched in October 2019.

Celebrating the service given by women in the British Army since 1917, each episode will tell the story of a women who has or is still serving in the British Army. Produced by the WRAC Association to accompany the Wonderful Women book that will be launched in October 2019.

Location:

United Kingdom

Description:

Celebrating the service given by women in the British Army since 1917, each episode will tell the story of a women who has or is still serving in the British Army. Produced by the WRAC Association to accompany the Wonderful Women book that will be launched in October 2019.

Language:

English


Episodes

Ep.4 – Dorothy Hardy & Cicerly Tucker

9/15/2019
This forth episode features two stories narrated by women’s military historian Helen Murdoch, first we have the story of WAAC lady Dorothy Hardy followed by the story of Cicily Tucker who served in the ATS during World War Two. Your podcast host is Tanya-Jayne who is the office manager of the Woman’s Royal Army Corps Association who is behind the production of this podcast and the upcoming Wonderful Women book, due to be published in October 2019. You can find more from Helen Murdoch on...

Duration:00:06:11

Ep.3 Amy Maund – Transfer to the Military Police

9/1/2019
In this third episode we have for you the Second World War memories from ATS soldier Amy Maund and her army career from Telephonist to Military Policewoman. Your podcast host is Tanya-Jayne who is the office manager of the Woman’s Royal Army Corp Association who is behind the production of this podcast and the upcoming Wonderful Women book, due to be published in October 2019.

Duration:00:12:29

Ep2 The women of Abbeville during World War One

8/25/2019
Welcome to the Wonderful Woman podcast , celebrating the service given by women in the British Army since 1917. This episode covers two incidents during World War One in Abbeville, France where women of the WAAC/QMAAC were injured and killed by enemy fire. To read more about the women of the WAAC you should buy Dr Samatha Philo-Gill’s excellent book – “The Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps in France, 1917 – 1921: Women Urgently Wanted”.

Duration:00:05:00

Ep1 Frances Nunnally – “After all, the troops had to eat!”

8/18/2019
Welcome to the Wonderful Woman podcast , celebrating the service given by women in the British Army since 1917. In this first episode I’ll be reading to you Frances Nunnally’s memory of her service in the ATS during World War Two. This story was written by Frances, who’s now 98, for the upcoming wonderful women book which will be published this October.

Duration:00:03:34

Coming Soon

8/17/2019
Introducing the Wonderful Women podcast, celebrating the service given by women in the British Army since 1917. Each episode will tell the story of a woman who has or is still serving. Your host is Tanya-Jayne, office manager of the Women’s Royal Army Corp Association and also editor of the Wonderful Women book, published in October 2019 to celebrate the charities centenary. Subscribe now using your favourite podcast app or visit our website www.wonderful-women.org

Duration:00:00:48