We believe that every child should have a voice.
Join us as we speak to the children and young people we support and bring their experiences to life.
In each episode, we talk to inspiring children and young people who have faced unimaginable challenges and have incredible journeys to tell. We'll also meet the project workers, front line staff and professionals involved in their lives.
Season 3: Making Change
In this series we’re looking at what needs to change in the Care system, and how change can be made. We hear from young people who have been through the care system, those that work in it and policy makers – all of whom are trying to make change.
Learn more about the Care Review and the recommendations from the young people:
Season 2: Oral History Project
The Oral History project is about capturing and sharing the incredible experiences of Black and dual heritage communities, including the post-war African and Caribbean communities in Britain, often referred to as the Windrush Generation.
Learn more about the Oral History Project:
Season 1: Harmful Practices
Our pilot season is developed and recorded in conjunction with the National FGM Centre, a partnership of Barnardo's and the Local Government Authority. We explore female genital mutilation, Kindoki (a form of witchcraft), and the stigma attached to albinism, through interviews with inspiring survivors. Mardoche, Mama Sylla and Demi talk openly about the painful, difficult and life threatening situations they were placed in and how they had the strength within themselves, as well as the support of Barnardo's, to heal.
Find out more about Female Genital Mutilation (FGM):