05/03/22 • 54 min
Adele Patrick is the co-founder of Glasgow Women's Library, a textile artist and fierce advocate for women's and LGBTQ rights - but as you'll soon also find out, one of the warmest people you could encounter on a trip to the city.
Listen to my conversation with Adele in which we cover...
- What it was like moving to Scotland in the late 1980s
- How Glasgow has changed since the early 1990s
- What to expect at the Glasgow Women's Library and how it came to be
- Her favourite places in the city
and much more! I even talk about how I got into Robert Burns' poetry...!
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