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Facts on the founder of Scouting. This discussion broadcast on Scouting Radio on Saturday 27th June 2020.

Produced and presented by Justin Dawson with special guests

- Colin Walker, Scout Historian, Author of 12 books on Scouting including three on the Siege of Mafeking.

- Paul Moynihan, former Archivist, The Scout Association, 1993-2008 and Author of 'An Official History of Scouting'

- 2 members of the Thane Rover Crew

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Scouting Radio investigates reports that the founder of Scouting , Baden-Powell's statue could be removed for safety due to the fact he is on a website list of statues to destroy following racial tensions.

Was Baden-Powell a fascist , homophobe and Nazi sympathiser as some of the media are portraying him to be?

The answer is simply: No he wasn't! Scouting Radio's Colin Walker gives us the FACTS on Baden-Powell's time in the War and how he created the World's Largest Peace Movement with 40 million active members. 

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Colin Walker talks about the importance of Scouting service during the COVID-19 crisis. 

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September 27, 2012

G’Night Bob

A tribute to Laurie "Bob" Dring, President of the Baden-Powell Scouts Association who passed away on the 6th September.
Colin Walker and Justin Dawson speak of their memories of a great Scouter.

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Scouting Radio's Colin Walker broadcasts from our UK studios speaking of the history of Scouting in Warsaw Poland where he visited the Uprising Museum to trace the amazing involvement of Scouts in the Uprising particularly in delivering the 'sewerposts'.
Colin then travelled to monument of Little Insurgant - errected as memorial of all the young that died in the uprising (600 Scouts and Guides) - the statue is of 'Antek' a flamethrower specialist. He also visited the Polish Scout museum and the to the Scout Graves in the old Military Graveyard- rows of silver birch often with 'santuary lights' photos and Scout Neckerchieves - very emotive- and much too learn.

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Colin Walker from Scouting Radio's UK studios teaches our listeners about the 1st experimental camp on Brownsea Island in 1907

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January 16, 2011

Jack Cornwall in Scouting

Colin Walker from the Scouting Radio UK studios teaches us about Jack Cornwall and his emphasis on Scouting and the Cornwall award.

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January 16, 2011

Colin Walker’s Latest Book

Colin Walker from Scouting Radio's UK studio talks about his latest blockbuster.

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January 16, 2011

Scouts in P.o.W Camps

Colin Walker from Scouting Radio UK studio investigates whether Rover Scout crews operated in Prisoner of War camps

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Scouting Radio broadcast live from Colins Barrack's Dublin for the Centernary of Scouting

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