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[27 Mar 2010 | No comments | 827 views]
Who Needs Fathers? BBC2 9pm Wednesdays

Our thanks to Cassandra Jardine for this excellent article in today’s Telegraph about a forthcoming BBC Series.
Agony of the frozen-out fathers
A new BBC series explores the reasons why fathers lose touch with their children post-separation.
By Cassandra Jardine
Published: 7:00AM GMT 27 Mar 2010
Watching a preview of next week’s BBC series Who Needs Fathers?, I felt ashamed to be a woman. The men on the programme appeared to be loving, attentive fathers – not extremists in Batman costumes. All they wanted was to play their part in the upbringing of their …

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[16 Mar 2010 | No comments | 168 views]

Ray Barry was on the BBC1 Big Question topical news discussion program about domestic violence and the proposed domestic violence register naming violent men (and not violent women!).
See an excerpt here.

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[18 Sep 2009 | One Comment | 134 views]
Ray Barry on Traditional Families

Ray Barry was interviewed on Premier Christian Radio today about the role of traditional families. The interview was about whether traditional family structures are still the best for bringing up children and for wider society at large. Ray (and the EPA) believes that they are. The interview lasted fifteen minutes but unfortunately we only have a one minute excerpt from it online.
Listen to a summary of the interview (about one minute).

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[8 Jun 2009 | No comments | 71 views]
EPA on Australian radio

Dads on the Air is the world’s longest running radio programme covering modern fatherhood. The station re-broadcast an interview with Ray Barry on 2nd June 2009, describing it as: ” a must-listen interview, succinctly summing up the state of Family Law in the UK and the challenges that lie ahead.”
listen to the interview

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[14 May 2009 | No comments | 135 views]

A child was being dragged into a feud between a separated mother and father. The Trisha Goddard show asked for our help.
Click the picture below to see a short extract of Ray Barry on the Trisha show>

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[13 May 2009 | No comments | 115 views]
BBC1 The Big Question – Are fathers being sidelined?

The BBC1 flagship Sunday morning show, The Big Question, invited Ray Barry to take part in its debate on whether the Human Fertilsation and Embryology Act is side-lining fathers in April 2009.

This short extract gives a flavour of the issues.

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[13 May 2009 | No comments | 73 views]
Election broadcast on BBC Radio Scotland

15 minute EPA Election interview with Maggie Shiels on BBC Radio Scotland: http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/newsid_6590000/newsid_6595600/6595687.stm?bw=bb&mp=wm&news=1&ms3=6&ms_javascript=true&bbcws=2

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[18 Mar 2009 | No comments | 74 views]
Ray Barry on Radio 5 Live

Ray Barry also appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live on 16th March 2009 on the topic of whether peaceful protest is still worthwhile.
Listen to the interview.

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[18 Mar 2009 | No comments | 88 views]
Ray Barry on Premier Christian Radio

Ray was interviewed live on Premier Christian Radio on the 17th March 2009 discussing the new proposals to require women to add the name of the father to a birth certificate.
Listen to the full Premier Christian Radio interview