Wembley Park and Brent are full to the brim with talent and stories. The Yellow Podcast aims to shine a spotlight on everyday individuals who make a big difference in the community.
Episode 1: Humera Khan
In this episode we speak with Humera Khan, we will discuss how Wembley Park and Brent have changed through the years and the positive impact Humera has had on the community. Humera is a freelance consultant and researcher on Muslim Affairs. She is a founding members and currently a trustee of the An-Nisa Society founded in 1985. With the organisation, she has been involved in setting up many projects and working with families, providing support and counselling on a broad range of issues.
Episode 2: Margaret Dillane
In this episode, we speak with Margaret Dillane. Margaret has had over 30 years of experience working in and running a Montessori Children's House called Happy Days in Wembley. We will discuss the need for alternative ways of learning and Margaret's own journey towards starting Happy Days.
Episode 3: Jo Gordon
In this episode, we speak with Jo Gordon, who has lived in Brent for over 30 years. A mum of 3 young adults with a love for hospitality, crafty stuff, and fun with friends and family, Jo Gordon is the founder and director of Daniel’s Den. A Yorkshire lady at heart, Jo came to London to be a primary school teacher but is now devoting her time to bringing about the vision of having a parent and toddler group within walking distance of every family in the UK. She has the vision, drive, and experience to make it happen. Jo and the work she does has had a lasting impact on all those who attend the Daniels Dens sessions.