We’ve reached the end | The radio documentary

 Femmes De Feu: Female Firefighters in a Man’s World is completed!

The past three months have been stressful to say the least, but I can honestly say that I have really enjoyed this project from start to finish.

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I asked you! The public’s perception

In the very early stages of this project, before I had even given my pitch, I created a survey to find out the opinions of others. I knew I wanted to make my radio documentary on female firefighters, and I already knew how I felt towards the subject. I felt passionate about the topic because of my gender and the generation I was born into. However, I thought it would be interesting to see how people of different ages and different genders also felt about the topic. I created a short two question survey and shared it around all my social media in hope to find opinions that I wouldn’t have necessarily considered myself.

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Femmes Du Feu: The Story So Far

With the 12th of January deadline looming, ‘Femmes Du Feu – Female Firefighters in a Man’s World’ is beginning to take shape. This week I have began editing my interviews, which is possibly the most time consuming part of the whole project. With this in mind,  I had an extremely productive Tuesday and made a huge dent in my editing, which I’m very pleased about. A lot has gone on behind the scenes of this blog, so I thought I’d write a post about what I have been getting up to over the last few months that hasn’t necessarily made it into a blog post.

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