Pam Warren in the news
CBS Reality Programme – The Day I Should Have Died – Watch Excerpt Here
BBC1 Programme – Going Back, Giving Back
Mail Online article on BBC1 Programme – Oct 5th – Read It
Business Marketing Australia – Audio interview part 3 with Winston Marsh – Listen to It
Business Marketing Australia – Audio interview part 2 with Winston Marsh – Listen to It
Business Marketing Australia – Audio interview part 1 with Winston Marsh – Listen to It
Appearance on ITV’s Meridian News – April 10th – Watch it
Appearance on ITV’s ‘this morning’- April 3rd
The Mirror News – March 22nd – Read it
Daily Express – Five star book review – March 21st – Read it
DKH Legacy Trust Team Day 2014 – March 2014
Radio Swindon interview with Lisa Kennet – March 14th
BBC Asian Network – Interview with Nihal – March 12th
Talk Radio Europe – Bill Padley – March 10th
Radio Jack with Sir John Madejski – March 9th
RTE Ireland – John Murray Show – March 7th
BBC Radio 5Live – The Stephan Nolan Programme – March 7th
Live interview with Anne Diamond at Radio Berkshire – March 6th
Book Launch Event – March 6th
The BBC Radio London Jo Good Show – March 5th
Live LBC radio interview with Julia Hartley Brewer – March 5th – Watch here
Magic FM 105.5 – Interview with Verity Geere – March 7th
Bella Magazine interview – March 4th 2014
The Breeze Newbury radio – Tues 4th March 2014
Female First – Interview with Lucy Walton, 4th March 2014 – Read here
Get Reading – Arts and Culture News, 4th March 2014 – Read here
‘FROM BEHIND THE MASK’ release date – March 4th
Extract from the first chapter in Pam’s new book From Behind the Mask followed by her interview with Margarette Driscoll
Pam nominated for ‘Chris Tarrant’ award in Pride of Reading awards 2013.
Pam nominated for ‘local hero’ award in Pride of Reading awards 2012.
Asked by Women of the Year to write a blog for their website as a previous winner of an award – 2012.
Pam’s views on Sir Roy McNulty’s ‘Rail Value for Money Study’ and the effects it might have on rail safety.
Pam designed, conducted interviews and formulated a special programme to broadcast on local BBC radio station. Called “Fight or Flight” Pam interviewed people who survived life changing events that resonated nationally; Simon Weston – Falklands War Hero, John Peters – RAF pilot shot down and taken hostage in Iraq war, Tom Coulson – 7/7 Bombing survivor and hero, Jan Orr – survivor of the Boxing Day Tsunami and her own story of Paddington Train crash.
10 years after Paddington train crash Pam catches a train again and sums up the intervening time.
Pam helps acid attack victim Katie Piper with wearing a plastic mask to heal her face.
News article on leaked emails from government trying to smear Pam Warren and Paddington Survivors Group.
A national fundraising charity championing the cause of people living with disfigurement and visible loss of function, by funding research into pioneering surgical and psychological healing techniques. Pam is one of their Ambassadors.