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Soprano Catherine Bott on Convivencia - a period of peaceful religious co-existence.
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Carla Lane talks about her successful career as a television writer.
Are men in danger of being besieged by needless health anxieties?
Comfort Momoh on why she dedicated her career to reversing female genital mutilation.
Rosamund Pike on her career, autopsies and stripping off in front of an audience.
Martha Lane Fox on creating lastminute.com and life after the dotcom bubble.
Billie Piper on love and her acting career. Plus, do new pension reforms repeat mistakes?
Sofia Coppola on Marie Antoinette. Plus, why do some adoptions fail?
Why is the hour after birth so important? Plus, Sharon Olds on her poetry.
Are all abnormalities found during breast cancer screenings actually cancerous?
Eve Best on her career and playing such emotionally charged female lead roles.
Elish Angiolini on her hopes for her new job as the first female Lord Advocate.
Burlesque beauty Dita Von Teese on how stripping can empower women.
Kerry Katona on her difficult early life and her complex relationship with her mother.
The Queen of 80s rock Bonnie Tyler shares her memories of three decades in the limelight.
Author Maggie O'Farrell on her career. Plus, do men and women bully in different ways?
A tribute to the murdered Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya.
Tracey Ullman on her career and the alternative comedy scene.
Agony Aunt Denise Robertson talks about not letting life get the better of you.
Liza Minnelli on never walking down the aisle again and turning 60.
Wendy Cook describes living with husband and comedian Peter Cook.
Sarah Brightman on being a super-star in Brazil and having 150 platinum and gold discs.