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How To Have a Perfect Marriage is writer Nicholas McInerny's autobiographical drama about a gay man who comes out after 19 years of marriage. He discusses the real life situation behind the drama and how it was the most difficult thing he's ever written.
Producer, Woman's Hour
Woman's Hour Producer, Ruth Watts, outlines the hours of deliberation that went into choosing the Top 100 most powerful women in Britain today.
The morning after I had visited The Connection at St Martins, I woke up at 5 am and wasn't able to fall back asleep. It was dark and cold - the timer on the central heating not yet having kicked in - and outside icy raindrops were pinging off the bedroom window. I pulled the duvet up to my chin ...
Ed's note: Next week you can hear Val McDermid's five part Woman's Hour drama Village SOS on Radio 4. It's part of a larger project that includes a BBC One series and a BBC Learning campaign. More details at the end of this post - PM. It was a bizarre pitch. "We're making a reality s...
Senior Producer, A&Mi
The Radio 4 blog popped over to the Woman's Hour studio to grab a few pictures of the chocolate brownies that Claire Burnet made on the programme this morning. The blog is pleased to be able to report that the brownies were truly delicious. Paul Murphy is the acting editor of the Radi...
Head of Interactive, Radio 3
As this video preview confirms, the brutal inter-station comedy smackdown that is Stand up for Comic Relief is under way. Six of the BBC's national radio networks are represented this time; Radio 4 by Woman's Hour legend Jenni Murray and the others by various presenters I can't quite bring mysel...
Ian Iqbal Rashid
I was recently at the home of Hari and Matt (I've changed the names) - a friend from childhood and his partner, respectively - now new adoptive gay dads to two older children. The kids come from troubled backgrounds and are having difficulty settling into their new homes. They're testing both th...