BBC -Celebrating 100 years since women were given the vote in the UK. Click image to watch interview.
BBC News Live- Interview in front of the tragic burned out Grenfell Tower Block in London- So many lost their lives. Rest In Peace. Click image to see full interview
EDP Norfolk's 100 most inspirational women- Nomination
Click to watch video from BBC Look East. Josephine Reynolds driving the fire engine
Fun conversation with Cassie -"Jo was one of the first women to become a full-time firefighter. In this episode she talks about joining the fire service at only 17, being the only woman in her team and how she thinks the fire service can be more inclusive." Please click the image to listen to the podcast
Training exercise at Norwich Airport
Segall said the title of the song came when he met British author Josephine Reynolds, her county‘s first female firefighter, through a friend in Santa Barbara in 2017. Reynolds told him she was going to release a memoir about her life as a firefighter in the early 1980s, entitled “Fire Woman.” So, Segall offered to write its theme song. “I had already begun writing a song about the transformative power of fire to purge and renew,” he said. After he met Reynolds and heard some of her stories as a firefighter, Segall knew what the title of the song had to be. “The image of a brave and empowered ‘Fire Woman’ is what informed the rest of my lyrics,” he said