14/05/2010

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Presented by Jenni Murray.

Toulouse-Lautrec is familiar to most of us for his decadent posters of skirt twirling girls dancing the Can Can at The Moulin Rouge. Now a new exhibition 'High Kicks and Low Life: Toulouse-Lautrec Prints', on loan from the British Museum, is reintroducing British audiences to his lesser known works.

The F-Plan, Cabbage Soup, Scarsdale, Atkins and Maple Syrup - all diets we've tried over the years. Now we have The Dukan Diet. Why are we always swept along by the latest craze?

And Compromise - it's the word for of the week after events at Westminster! But what is compromise? How is it acquired? And women are often said to be better at it than men but are they really - where were the women during negotiations at Westminster?

Exam Hell! School exams are now under way until the end of June and it's not only pupils, but parents too who'll be eagerly ticking off the days until that last paper is handed in. How do you avoid the Great Revision Battle?

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