Journalist Nina Myskow discovers how attitudes to food, shape and affect individual lives.
Over tea and chocolate tart in a suite at The Ritz, comedian Joan Rivers recounts a lifetime of self-loathing and fear of being fat. She recalls the shock of discovering she wasn't beautiful, her mother's advice on dinner parties and an extraordinary daily diet of vitamin pills, low calorie ice cream sandwiches and cereal with whipped cream.
The producer is Tamsin Hughes, and this is a Wise Buddah production for BBC Radio 4.
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