Presented by Jane Garvey. The singer and actor Barbara Dickson has a new album out, 'Words Unspoken'. She talks to Jane about why she's gone back to her folk roots. Tomorrow morning, women chemists from 37 countries will have breakfast together. They're celebrating 100 years since Marie Curie won her second Nobel Prize. So why are there still so few women chemists today? The US-based feminist Sylvia Ann Hewlett was one of the earliest campaigners for maternity rights, so why does she now believe many women take too long off work? And is the self-help industry making anyone happier? Life coach Fiona Harrold and write Jennie Bristow discuss.