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Do schools discriminate against boys? Plus, 40 years on from the Venice Flood.
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Learning how to love the personality and individuality of etched lines and grey hair.
Should genetic testing be extended to parents carrying an inherited genetic defect?
How has the cultural practice of female genital mutilation been mixed up with religion?
Courtney Love discusses drug addictions, suicide and her career.
Leah Pattison on helping women lepers of India and contracting the disease herself.
Is it possible to inherit personality traits from an organ transplant donor?
Legendary soprano singer Dame Kiri Te Kanawa on moving to contemporary classical music.
Melanie von Trapp shares some truths about her great grandmother Maria.
Do men and women react differently to losing a partner? Plus, Jazz composer Julie Sassoon.
What is the psychological and behavioural impact of having a sibling in jail?
What are the treatments available for recurrent miscarriage sufferers?
How are decisions made about the viability of premature babies? Plus what is comfort food?
Producer Barbara Broccoli on James Bond, Daniel Craig and making films for her father.
How to cope with faecal incontinence. Plus, New Zealand's PM Helen Clark on politics.
What are the public attitudes to couples trying to have a child with IVF?
Arlene Phillips on being "The Queen of Mean". Plus, Alzheimers one Hundred years on.
The history and influence of the fashion bible British Vogue.
Beatrice Were on her role as an AIDS activist and her own relationship with the virus.
Sharon Gless on her acting career and her stalker. Plus, is contraception in a crisis?
Imogen Stubbs on her career and her role as the Duchess of Malfi.
Katherine Jenkins talks about her singing career and performs in the studio.