Irritated By Cuts [Radio Wales]

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0120111002

Irritated county councillor Christine Evans examines cuts to community services such as libraries, post offices, banks and pubs.

Christine Evans examines cuts to community services such as libraries, post offices.

0120111004

Christine Evans examines cuts to community services such as libraries, post offices.

02Whistleblowing20111009

Irritated county councillor Christine Evans examines how cuts affect whistle-blowers concerned about wrongdoing or loss of services.

Christine Evans examines how cuts affect whistle-blowers concerned about wrongdoing.

02Whistleblowing20111011

Christine Evans examines how cuts affect whistle-blowers concerned about wrongdoing.

03Residential Care20111016

Irritated county councillor Christine Evans examines how cuts affect residential care for older people, but finds new approaches.

Christine Evans examines how cuts affect residential care for older people.

03Residential Care20111018

Christine Evans examines how cuts affect residential care for older people.

04Emergency Services20111023

Irritated county councillor Christine Evans discovers the effects of cuts on police, fire and coastguard emergency services.

Christine Evans discovers the effects of cuts on police, fire and coastguard services.

04Emergency Services20111025

Christine Evans discovers the effects of cuts on police, fire and coastguard services.

05Violence20111030

Irritated county councillor Christine Evans examines if cuts mean public and private service workers suffer more abuse.

County councillor Christine Evans examines if cuts lead to workers suffering more abuse.

05Violence20111101

County councillor Christine Evans examines if cuts lead to workers suffering more abuse.

06 LAST20111108

County councillor Christine Evans explores if cuts affect protection of children.

6 LAST20111106

Irritated county councillor Christine Evans examines if cuts mean public and private service workers suffer more abuse.

. County councillor Christine Evans explores if cuts affect protection of children.