Entwined contains a series of interviews with LGBTQIA+ people about their lived experience, with the aim to show the vastness of community.
Presented by Cúan Cusack and produced by Wayne Brown, the series archives and shares the experiences of queer people, whose histories and experiences are often not recorded.
The podcast is released daily on the run up to Pride and is sponsored by Relatecare. There are 11 episodes and the topics include parenting, sport and trans healthcare.
Episode 1 - Words Matter
Cúan speaks to Sasha Terfous, about being black and queer. They discuss how language shapes and defines our communities.
You can listen to Words Matter through the link in this podcast.
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It provides the knowledge and support necessary to increase patient access, reduce readmissions and create a patient-centric healthcare experience. RelateCare continues to support a work/life balance culture, supporting a positive professional experience whether staff are based at home or in the office. It is also proud to be an equal opportunity employer, employing 42 nationalities and offer services in five languages.
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RelateCare is delighted to raise the rainbow as sponsors of WLR’s “Entwined” podcast series. Together with its colleagues and community, RelateCare is proud to march together.
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