Give Me A Voice

BBC Radio Scotland hears the rarely-told story of male victims of domestic violence, including how one man is calling on fellow sufferers to fight the stigma of speaking out.

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20080812

2008081220090702 (RS)

An investigation into the often overlooked issue of adults who self-harm and the stigma they face.

2008081220090702

An investigation into the often overlooked issue of adults who self-harm and the stigma they face.

20081202

2008120220090411 (RS)

The story of Alisdair and Rhona Stewart, who fight to change Scotland's drinking culture.

20081202

2008120220090406 (RS)

The story of Alisdair and Rhona Stewart, who became committed to changing Scotland's attitude to drinking following the tragic death of their son Roddy.

2008120220090411

The story of Alisdair and Rhona Stewart, who became committed to changing Scotland's attitude to drinking following the tragic death of their son Roddy.

The story of Alisdair and Rhona Stewart, who fight to change Scotland's drinking culture.

2008120220090406

The story of Alisdair and Rhona Stewart, who became committed to changing Scotland's attitude to drinking following the tragic death of their son Roddy.

20090304

2009030420090709 (RS)

BBC Radio Scotland hears the rarely-told story of male victims of domestic violence.

20090304

20090304

BBC Radio Scotland hears the rarely-told story of male victims of domestic violence, including how one man is calling on fellow sufferers to fight the stigma of speaking out.

20090304
20090525

2009052520090530 (RS)

Tony wants to raise awareness of Gamblers Anonymous.

20090525

20090525

Thought-provoking stories of remarkable people. Tony wants to raise awareness of Gamblers Anonymous and the work they do to help compulsive gamblers such as himself.

2009052520090530

Tony wants to raise awareness of Gamblers Anonymous.

Thought-provoking stories of remarkable people. Tony wants to raise awareness of Gamblers Anonymous and the work they do to help compulsive gamblers such as himself.

20090826

2009082620090830 (RS)

The story of Andy, who struggled with post-traumatic stress after leaving the military.

20090826

20090826

The story of Andy, who struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder after leaving the military. He explains how he tried to get help and how he felt let down by what was offered.

2009082620090830

The story of Andy, who struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder after leaving the military. He explains how he tried to get help and how he felt let down by what was offered.

The story of Andy, who struggled with post-traumatic stress after leaving the military.

20090826

The story of Andy, who struggled with post-traumatic stress disorder after leaving the military. He explains how he tried to get help and how he felt let down by what was offered.

20091008

2009100820091011 (RS)

Radio Scotland hears from children living with alcoholic parents.

20091008

20091008

Radio Scotland hears from some of the estimated 65000 children currently living with alcoholic parents in the country.

20091008

Radio Scotland hears from some of the estimated 65000 children currently living with alcoholic parents in the country.

Radio Scotland hears from children living with alcoholic parents.

20100108

2010010820100110 (RS)

Rosie Kane hears now teenage mums are calling for more support tailored to their needs.

20100108

2010010820100109 (RS)

Rosie Kane hears now teenage mums are calling for more support tailored to their needs.

20100108

2010010820100109 (RS)

Rosie Kane hears now teenage mums are calling for more support tailored to their needs.

20100108

20100108

Scotland has one of the highest rates of teenage pregnancy in Western Europe. Rosie Kane hears from teenage mums about why there's a call for more support tailored to their needs.

20100108

Scotland has one of the highest rates of teenage pregnancy in Western Europe. Rosie Kane hears from teenage mums about why there's a call for more support tailored to their needs.

Rosie Kane hears now teenage mums are calling for more support tailored to their needs.

20100118

20100118

Christina lives in Thurso in the far north but despite the lack of local sporting facilities her own son Andrew managed to become Scotland's number one in various events including the Triple Jump and the 400 meters. Christina struggled to fund his trips to compete and came close to giving up but she was determined her son would not miss out just because they lived in the highlands, now she is campaigning and challenging the Scottish Government to fund all travel costs so that all youngsters can reach their true sporting potential

20100118

Christine's son Andrew managed to become Scotland's number one in the triple jump, 400 meters and other events, despite a lack of local sporting facilities in North Scotland.

How Christine's son Andrew became a top athlete despite a lack of facilities.

20100215

We give a voice to Sophie Dow, whose daughter has learning difficulties and who hopes that by 2020, all such children and adults will receive the recognition and help they need.

We give a voice to Sophie Dow, who set up learning difficulties support charity Mindroom.

2010022620100227

We give voice to Chris, who is campaigning to overhaul Scotland's care system.

20100226

We give voice to Chris and his fellow members at the Debate Project, who are campaigning to improve the care system after experience its failings first hand as children.

We give voice to Chris, who is campaigning to overhaul Scotland's care system.

04/03/200920090709

BBC Radio Scotland hears the rarely-told story of male victims of domestic violence, including how one man is calling on fellow sufferers to fight the stigma of speaking out.

BBC Radio Scotland hears the rarely-told story of male victims of domestic violence.

08/01/201020100109

Scotland has one of the highest rates of teenage pregnancy in Western Europe. Rosie Kane hears from teenage mums about why there's a call for more support tailored to their needs.

Rosie Kane hears now teenage mums are calling for more support tailored to their needs.

08/01/201020100110

Rosie Kane hears now teenage mums are calling for more support tailored to their needs.

08/10/200920091011

Radio Scotland hears from some of the estimated 65000 children currently living with alcoholic parents in the country.

Radio Scotland hears from children living with alcoholic parents.

26/02/201020100228

We give voice to Chris, who is campaigning to overhaul Scotland's care system.