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Living Streets's recent posts to audioboom.com

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  • Living Streets Supporters Conference 2014

    Living Streets Supporters' Conference 2014

    09/07/2014 Duration: 10min

    Welcome to our podcast from this year's supporters' conference which we held at the NCVO's offices in London's King's Cross on Saturday, 21 June. This year's conference was vibrant and inspiring as ever. The theme was getting streets on the political agenda, and accordingly the centrepiece of the day was a Question Time-style panel discussion with politicians from some of the major parties. There was also a thought-provoking keynote address from John Whitelegg on putting sustainable transport at the heart of election campaigning. Our podcast has highlights from both of these, as well as voxpops with attendees from throughout the day, plus a final (sniff!) introduction from our outgoing chief exec, Tony Armstrong. #LSConf #peoplefirst #walktowork #walktoschool

  • Living Streets: Family Time

    Living Streets: Family Time

    18/05/2014 Duration: 16min

    Happy National Walking Month! Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. This is the second in our special series of podcasts to celebrate National Walking Month, our annual campaign dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the benefits of walking. http://www.livingstreets.co.uk/national-walking-month The month focuses on how walking can take you to more than just a destination – it can take you to a clearer head, more family time, hidden treasures in your neighbourhood, a fatter wallet from savings on petrol or public transport, and a healthier environment. Each of the podcasts in this series will focus on a different benefit. As we get ready for Walk to School Week, 19-23 May, we’ll be looking at how walking is a great way to spend some quality family time. Walk to School Week is a fantastic time to celebrate the benefits of walking to school. But it’s also an opportunity for us to highlight how important walking to school is – and why it needs to b

  • Living Streets: Better Shape

    Living Streets: Better Shape

    08/05/2014 Duration: 17min

    Happy National Walking Month! Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. This is the second in our special series of podcasts to celebrate National Walking Month, our annual campaign dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the benefits of walking. http://www.livingstreets.co.uk/national-walking-month The month focuses on how walking can take you to more than just a destination – it can take you to a clearer head, more family time, hidden treasures in your neighbourhood, a fatter wallet from savings on petrol or public transport, and a healthier environment. Each of the podcasts in this series will focus on a different benefit. As we get some healthy competition going in the run up to Walk to Work Week from 12-16 May, we’ll be investigating in this episode how walking can take you to better shape. In this second podcast, we’ll be meeting some of the people who’ve been getting into better shape through walking. We’ll meet M

  • Living Streets: A Clearer Head

    Living Streets: A Clearer Head

    30/04/2014 Duration: 18min

    Happy National Walking Month! Living Streets is the national charity that stands up for pedestrians. This is the first in our special series of podcasts to celebrate #NationalWalkingMonth, which is our annual campaign dedicated to celebrating and raising awareness of the benefits of walking. The month focuses on how walking can take you to more than just a destination – it can take you to a clearer head, a better shape, more family time, hidden treasures in your neighbourhood, a fatter wallet from savings on petrol or public transport, and a healthier environment. Each of the podcasts in this series will focus on a different benefit. This one, to mark the launch of the month, will look at how walking can take you to a clearer head. This podcast includes interviews an interview with writer and teacher Maria Costas: http://thirtysomething.co/ and Beth Murphy, Head of Information at mental health charity Mind: http://www.mind.org.uk/ #walkthismay #WalktoWork #WalktoSchool

  • Coming soon...

    Coming soon...

    25/04/2014 Duration: 23s