The Golden Age Of Aid

People who have vounteered for overseas aid work later in life tell their stories.


01012003082420030830The first programme features a retired head teacher from Bradford who was sent to Ethiopia by VSO and a Scottish doctor with a grown up family who travelled to Georgia in the former Soviet Union with Medecins Sans Frontieres.
01022003083120030906Today a GP from Sussex describes her work with Medecins Sans Frontieres in Uzbekistan, treating tuberculosis and repaying what Chekhov described as every doctor's 'debt to medicine'.
01032003090720030913Featuring a former teacher in a remote area of China and a woman who went to work in Zambian prisons.