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Radio

How trauma is passed down through the generations in our DNA

Plus: the World Service's interview series Where Are You Going? is a simple format that stumbles upon powerful stories

23 April 2016

9:00 AM

23 April 2016

9:00 AM

Sue Armstrong’s programme on Radio 4 All in the Womb (produced by Ruth Evans) should be required listening for anyone dealing directly with the refugee crisis, with those who have fled from intense fear and terrible violence in their home countries. Armstrong has been investigating recent developments in our understanding of the impact of severe trauma, how it affects not just the mind but also the body, creating physical changes that also need to be addressed.

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