Sun, 6 Apr 14
17 days remaining
This programme contains material of a sexual nature which some listeners may find offensive. Tim Samuels this week chairs a debate on pubic hair, and whether the trend of female shaving is driven just to satisfy perceived male desires, or are women doing this for themselves? Sharing their views are Journalist Dina Rickman, skin care entrepreneur and model Alicia Douvall, former Men's Magazine editor Martin Daubney and Italian renaissance visual art expert Dr Jill Burke. Also this week, to help us stave off the threat of being middle aged, Shaun Keaveney advises us which songs we should think about buying. Plus Dr Mark Hamilton has the answers to some more unusual ailment questions and Author Simon Wroe discusses his latest book on the unseen and unsightly world of professional cooking.
Sun, 30 Mar 14
10 days remaining
Quentin Letts is one of those joining Tim this week to discuss how to win an argument with a teenage daughter. Men's Hour listener Stephen Dix has a Kim Jung Un style haircut live in the studio, Nihal of Radio 1 picks out a few tunes for us to look out for, while Dr Mark Hamilton has the answers to some more ununusal health questions. Plus Tim continues to champion his 'Take An Old Geezer Out for A Pint' campaign - his latest companion is 83 year old George O'Connor.
Sun, 23 Mar 14
3 days remaining
Tim celebrates the 1st episode of 2014 by visiting a fetish club, discovering the clobber worn and the clientele who attend. Shaun Keaveney of BBC 6Music drops by to tell us which bands to look out for, we discover what it's like to be the wife of a diehard Man Utd fan, get an insight into what it's like to be in the company of Vladimir Putin and Dr Mark Hamilton has the answers to some unconventional health questions.
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