Susan Quilliam and Brett Kahr discuss the challenges of updating The Joy of Sex.
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Comedienne Joan Rivers on turning 75. Why are men more likely to die from drug abuse?
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Is decriminalising prostitution the way to make sex workers safe?
Is wet nursing making a comeback? Plus, Michelle Obama discussed.
The award-winning author Doris Lessing talks about her life and work.
Do images of skinny post-pregnant celebrities send the wrong message?
Musician Billy Bragg on getting a proper job. Plus, child witnesses in Scotland.
Why is singing said to be so beneficial? Plus, the experiences of Muslim women athletes.
Sculptor Hannah Frank on her diaries and life in Glasgow between the wars.
A special programme on one of the most influential living gardeners in Britain.
Are women more likely to suffer from asthma? Plus, the rising popularity of Pakistani art.
Does someone always end up dominating aesthetically in a relationship?
Julian Barnes on author Penelope Fitzgerald. Plus, can an affair really save a marriage?
Author Kate Atkinson on When Will There Be Good News?
Director Beate Arnestad on the devastating effects of civil war in Sri Lanka.
What can be done to protect children in private fostering arrangements?
Violinist Vanessa Mae on nature versus nurture. Plus, novelist Lia Mills on oral cancer.
Singer Jane McDonald on revisiting The Cruise, the programme that made her famous.
The relationship between professional women and Class A drugs discussed.
Catherine Tate on time travel with Doctor Who. Plus, the career of Nellie Wallace.
What happens to women claiming asylum after being trafficked into the UK for prostitution?