Three radio features this week target different audiences when they discuss the loss of a baby in pregnancy.
On Tuesday 12 June, BBC Radio 4′s Woman’s Hour will be talking about certification for babies that die in pregnancy. The focus is likely to be on late loss, especially stillbirth, but we’ll be talking about earlier losses too. You can listen to the programme for up to a week after the broadcast at http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01jqjl3/Womans_Hour_12_06_2012/
Also on Tuesday 12 June, the BBC Asian Network is running a piece on how miscarriage is viewed and experienced amongst South Asian communities in the UK and how a new proposal to create DVDs for Asian families might help. The item will run in the main Asian Network Reports programme at 12:30pm and 6pm as well as being highlighted in news bulletins from 6 a.m.. Find them at http://www.bbc.co.uk/asiannetwork/
On Thursday 14 June, UCB (United Christian Broadcasters) radio will broadcast an interview about the Saying Goodbye services planned for Autumn and Winter. They plan a 10 minute slot on the mid-morning programme Current Affairs programme, and will pre-record interviews with Andy and Zoe Clark-Coates and with the M.A.. You can find them at http://www.ucbmedia.co.uk/home/