Continuing our series of interviews with women leaving Parliament. Last week on Woman's Hour we heard from independent Labour MP Clare Short and former Conservative minister Ann Widdecombe.
Jane talks to curator Jenny Lister, and Princess Grace's biographer, Sarah Bradford.
Philosopher Alain de Botton and agony aunt and writer Virginia Ironside debate gratitude and saying 'thank you'.
The author discusses some of the issues in her first novel - a thriller, set in the Punjab.
Witness in the Night by Kishwar Desai is published by Beautiful Books.
Candidates known so far who have been selected to stand in the parliamentary constituency of Keighley, West Yorkshire:
Kris Hopkins, Conservative
Jane Thomas, Labour
Nader Fekri, Lib Dem
Paul Lathan, UK Independence Party
Saying Thank You
'The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work' by Alain de Botton is published by Penguin. ISBN-13: 978-0141027913
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