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Creative power couple Rebecca Miller and Daniel Day Lewis talk about working together.
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An exploration into the work and life of critically acclaimed war poet Lynette Roberts.
20 years after Chernobyl Mary Mycio investigates the radioactive wilderness and wildlife.
Dawn French discusses dysfunctional families, life and careers.
Tony Robinson discusses the role reversal that takes place when parents become elderly.
Natasha Richardson talks about her family's acting dynasty and her experiences in China.
Do the risks of travelling alone in your middle ages need to be highlighted more?
Jeremy Irons discuss the emotional bond between male friends.
Actor Trevor Eve discusses his life, career and fertility.
Anita Roddick talks about her life and selling The Body Shop after 30 years.
How paper salvaged from crime scenes can helps solve cases.
Shusha Guppy reflects on her life and her first visit to her native Iran in 30 years.
Tracy Emin reflects on the inequality between male and female artists.
Aviator Caroline Gough Cooper reflects on the legacy of daredevil Mildred Bruce.
Jill Saward reflects on her life 20 years after the Ealing Vicarage rape case.
What are the rights of women going through IVF? Plus, Gemma Hayes on writers block.
Why isn't sperm banking offered to young male cancer patients as routine treatment?
Cicely Mayhew describes her time as an overseas British Diplomat just after WW2.
Nancy Sinatra looks back over her musical career and life.
Margaret Atwood discusses her life and career as a celebrated author.
Author Margret Forster describes her interest in the artist Gwen John.
Lesley Bilinda reflects on finding peace after the Rwandan genocide.
How do miscarriages affect a relationship? Plus, actor Emily Watson on her career.