Like all good things...

Jennifer Tracey | 07:30 UK time, Monday, 15 March 2010

We've decided to close the iPM blog and post over the road on the PM blog. It just seems to make sense. We'll keep our twitter account.

Please switch your bookmark to the PM blog, as the mothballs will set in soon.

Going, going, gone...

Where has 40 years of feminism got us?

Jennifer Tracey | 05:55 UK time, Saturday, 13 March 2010

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1957 housewife exercise class

We asked how feminism has influenced your life and listeners from across the generations got in touch.

Three of them came into the studio. Listen to 80 year-old Ruth Atkin, 56 year-old Mary Robson and 26 year-old Sharon Jacobs talk about how the women's movement has shaped their life. It's Ruth's voice that begins...

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Also this is fascinating

Child friendly

Jennifer Tracey | 05:35 UK time, Saturday, 6 March 2010

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The children were asked what they thought of iPM...

"What can the government do for us? How about making children happier?" writes listener Barbara Schofield.

So how about it? As part of our Election Question Service, we ask the three largest political parties what policy ideas they're putting forward at the general election to improve the happiness and well-being of children.

You can listen to the full programme featuring John Craven reading the news in a very nice woollen jumper.

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