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Your experience about the impact on children when parents split up. With Jane Garvey.
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Why is Dolly Parton such an icon for so many generations? Presented by Jane Garvey.
Cricket cookies or ants for breakfast? Could they be the answer to food sustainability?
Dolly Parton - feminist icon? And a letter to an unknown soldier from poet Hollie McNish.
Jenni Murray talks to conceptual artist Barbara Kruger about power in popular culture.
Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds on her book for children. And debating anti-depressants.
Penelope Leach on divorce and children, and Archers' actor Patricia Greene on loneliness.
Young foster carers, body image in pregnancy, and the fantasy of shoe buying.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Antoinette Tuff on how she talked down a gunman threatening to run amok in her school.
Brazilian food and drink. And childcare - becoming a key issue for the next election?
Game of Thrones' Indira Varma on her latest stage role. And is 60 the new 40?
Cressida Cowell; Young Foster Carers; Battle of Orgreave.
A new law criminalising forced marriage - how much of a deterrent will it prove to be?
Angelina Jolie and William Hague on ending sexual violence in conflict.
Irresponsible risk taking or considered lifestyle choice? Jenni Murray and guests discuss.
Jane Garvey presents singer-songwriter Carly Simon from our Archive Collection.
Angelina Jolie and William Hague at the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence In Conflict.
Yasmine Hamdan sings live and talks to Jane Garvey.
Ruby Wax talks about ways to manage our minds; workplace stress; neuroscience of anxiety.
Mpho Tutu on forgiving. Joan Smith's Misogynies. Children's sleep. Gemma Collins.
Jenni Murray and guests discuss dealing with toddlers who wake up during the night.
Joan Smith's Misogynies, what has changed in 25 years?
Jenni Murray meets Margaret Grace Bondfield and women's minister Nicky Morgan.
Women in the French Resistance; relatives with Alzheimer's; confessional journalism.
The Reverend Mpho Tutu talks to Jane about how to forgive. Plus, women and the Lib Dems.