Strong Manchester Women

Strong Manchester Women

This is the ‘Strong Manchester Women’ podcast; a British Podcast Award nominated series of inspiring conversations with the women – who make Manchester and beyond, a better place to live, work and play.

Manchester, has a history of very strong women. Women who are forces to be reckoned with. Women who push the envelope, start movements, smash glass ceilings, stand up for their rights and turn the wheels of progress.

The Strong Manchester Women podcast is a full production from MIC Media – to find out exactly what that all involves, from recording to marketing – see our portfolio page here.

How to Listen

When released, the episodes and their transcripts are posted on this page and are also available to listen to, for free on your phone or tablet via the applications Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Simply click the image for the podcast to open on the app that you have.

You can also listen on other podcast players including Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict, Pocket casts and lots more, simply search ‘Strong Manchester Women’. We’ve also wrote a blog post to show you how to listen this and other podcasts. Read that here.

Listen to the podcast here

Click on the link to be taken to that episode’s page.

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Transcripts

13 – Chloe Cousins (coming soon)
12 – Dena Murphy (coming soon)
11 – Stacey Copeland (coming soon)
10 – Nasima Begum
(coming soon)
9 – Kate O’Donnell (coming soon)
8 – Sarah Judge
7 – Bernie Wood
6 – Sharmila Kar
5 – Jackie Driver
4 – Lynne Ridsdale
3 – Helen Brown
2 – Francess Tagoe
1 – Denise Yuen Megson

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