One to One

One to One

One to One - A series of interview programmes in which well respected broadcasters follow their personal passions by talking to the people whose stories interest them most.

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Recent episodes (10)

  • 22 Jul 2014: Sarah Montague meets Anonymous

    Tue, 22 Jul 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Sarah Montague, presenter of the Today programme on Radio 4, gets an insight into the life of those coping on the outside while a family member is in prison.

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  • 15 Jul 2014: Sarah Montague meets Cassie

    Tue, 15 Jul 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Sarah Montague, presenter of the Today programme on Radio 4, talks to Cassie on how she coped when her sister was charged with manslaughter and imprisoned.

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  • 08 Jul 2014: Tim Dowling meets Saira Khan

    Tue, 8 Jul 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Tim Dowling is not overly driven, but he is fascinated by those who are. He talks to businesswoman and Apprentice runner-up, Saira Khan, about the nature of ambition.

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  • 01 Jul 2014: Tim Dowling meets David Thomas

    Tue, 1 Jul 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Tim Dowling fell into journalism by mistake and, by his own admission, he's not a driven man. He talks to fellow journalist and writer, David Thomas, about the nature of ambition.

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  • Reeta Chakrabarti meets Iram Ramzan

    Tue, 24 Jun 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Reeta Chakrabarti, the BBC's UK affairs' correspondent, speaks to people who have found a voice outside the mainstream media, through the medium of blogging. Today Reeta meets Iram Ramzan, whose blog reflects her life, as what she calls a 'progressive Muslim woman'. She started blogging as a journalism student because it was expected of her, but some of her opinions have begun to attract a wider audience: she's been interviewed by the Sun and quoted by mainstream journalists. However Iram has also been the subject of twitter-abuse. Reeta asks her if she's taking a risk by blogging so openly – anonymity was something she never considered

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  • Reeta Chakrabarti meets Andrew Old

    Tue, 17 Jun 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Reeta Chakrabarti, the BBC's UK affairs' correspondent, speaks to people who have found a voice outside the mainstream media, through the medium of blogging. In this programme Reeta meets Andrew Old, whose blog 'Scenes from the Battleground' charts his thoughts and experiences of working in education. He's a teacher who says he is 'utterly dissatisfied with how the education system is run'. He has attracted a large following, has been quoted by Michael Gove, and until recently maintained his online anonymity

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  • 10 Jun 2014: Michael Frayn

    Tue, 10 Jun 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Rachel Johnson is struggling writing her latest novel, and talks to author Michael Frayn about how to get an audience laughing and the art of writing farce.

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  • 03 Jun 2014: A. L. Kennedy

    Tue, 3 Jun 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    Rachel Johnson is struggling with writing her latest novel, and talks to writer A.L. Kennedy about setting rules, distraction techniques and how to make the time to write.

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  • 08 Apr 2014: Jane Hill meets John Jennings

    Tue, 8 Apr 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    In the second of a two part series about families with inherited genetic disorders, Jane Hill meets John Jennings, who doesn't know if he's inherited a rare form of Alzheimer's. Produced by Sally Heaven

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  • 01 Apr 2014: Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding

    Tue, 1 Apr 14

    Duration:
    14 mins

    In the first of two programmes about people from families with inherited genetic disorders, Jane Hill meets Caroline Harding, who had to decide whether to test her unborn child. Produced by Sally Heaven

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