Radio 4's Today Show
Ms Debens - Head of Geography at Eggar's visited BBC Radio 4 on 15th August 2015 to join in with a discussion on Geography.
You can listen to the programme here
"The discussion was brought about due to the fact that Geography A Level had the biggest increase in uptake of any subject, and a higher than average A*-A rate. The chat was between myself, Wayne Hemmingway (a geography graduate who is now a designer) and the Radio 4 presenter Justin Webb and was to talk about why Geography is successful, what makes it worth doing, and why it's considered one of the most enjoyable subjects to study."
Ms Debens - Head of Geography
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