Should we worry about porn culture moving into the mainstream? Plus, rejecting speed.
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Jean Else on turning around Whalley Range High School in Manchester and her suspension.
Remembering the changes brought by the Sex Discrimination Act. Plus, discrimination today.
Examining the extent to which mothers experience ambivalence about their children.
A look at the Cinderella story's origin and the effects it has on modern society.
Coronation Street star Sarah Lancashire on Guys and Dolls. Plus, kibbutz childcare.
Exploring Brides Without Borders campaign for couples which include failed asylum seekers.
Barbara and Allen Pease on conquering infertility. Plus, effects of cultural tolerance.
Scarlett Johansson on her career so far. Plus, England's first lesbian civil partnership.
Martin Shaw on playing Sir Thomas More in A Man For All Seasons. Plus, a Afghan woman MP.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali on free speech, Theo Van Gogh and criticising Islam.
Poet Tom Leonard questions the canonisation of Maria Goretti and its message about rape.
How can parents help improve schools and should they need to? Listeners offer their views.
Esther Rantzen and Lorraine Heggessey on women bosses. Plus, parents and schools.
Marina Lewycka on A Short History of Tractors in Ukrainian. Plus, parent's belongings.
Cindy Sheehan on her son's death in the Iraq war and confronting George Bush.
Retracing the first female only Himalayan expedition. Plus, glamour modeling after 40.
Examining the provision of services to deal with children who abuse. Plus, Mary Pickford.
Has the feminist agenda of the 1980s truly become part of the political mainstream?
Should emotional literacy be taught in schools? Plus, new definitions for Muslim women.
An examination of the high suicide rates among young men in Northern Ireland and Scotland.
Ellen MacArthur on sailing around the world. Plus, examining Scotland's falling birthrate.