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07/03/2012

Duration:
1 hour, 27 minutes
First broadcast:
Wednesday 07 March 2012

What was your bestest bestest song when you were little? Warning: contains Feltz warbling! Featuring another listener choosing their I Want To Wake Up With You track, plus Word Of The Day and the latest installment of Gardening Guilt. E-mail the show: vfeltz@bbc.co.uk.

Music Played

18 items
  • Image for Gilbert O'Sullivan

    Gilbert O'Sullivan Get Down

    Gilbert O'Sullivan -Nothing But The B, Park Records, 4

  • Image for Jackie Wilson

    Jackie Wilson (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher & Higher

    Midnight Soul (Various Artists), Music Club

  • Image for Dick Van Dyke

    Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews Chim Chim Cher-Ee

    The Very Best Of Disney 2, Pickwick

  • Image for Avalanche City

    Avalanche City Love, Love, Love

    Our New Life Above The Ground, Warner Bros, 1

  • Image for Neil Sedaka

    Neil Sedaka Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

    Heartbeat - The 60's Gold Collection, Global Television

  • Image for The Brilliant Things

    The Brilliant Things Pointless

    (CD Single), Universal, 1

  • Image for Robert Palmer

    Robert Palmer Some Guys Have All The Luck

    The Very Best Of Robert Palmer, EMI

  • Image for Tommy Steele

    Tommy Steele Flash Bang Wallop

    Tommy Steele's Greatest Hits, Deram

  • Image for Paul Carrack

    Paul Carrack Good Feelin' About It

    (CD Single), Carrack UK, 1

  • Pause For Thought

    • Image for Moby

      Moby Porcelain

      (CD Single), Mute Records

  • Image for Glen Campbell

    Glen Campbell It's Your Amazing Grace

    (CD Single), Surfdog, 1

  • Image for Badfinger

    Badfinger Come & Get It

    Magic Christian Music By Badfinger, Apple

  • Image for Bananarama

    Bananarama Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye

    The Very Best Of Bananarama, Warner Strategic Market

  • Image for Jacky

    Jacky White Horses

    This Is The Return Of Cult Fiction (Various Artists), Virgin, 24

  • Image for Gotye

    Gotye and Kimbra Somebody That I Used To Know

    (CD Single), Island, 1

  • I Want To Wake Up With You, chosen by Stoke's Julie Keenan

  • Image for Los Lobos

    Los Lobos La Bamba

    Hits Of '87 & '88 Vol.12 (Various), Polydor

  • Image for Robin Thicke

    Robin Thicke Love After War

    (CD Single), Star Track, 1

  • Pause For Thought: Dr Sarah Goldingay

    We are living in tough economic times. And we know that some sectors of our society will be hit harder than others. One of those groups is women. A report released in November 2011 by the Fawcett Society, in collaboration with a number of other charities, showed that cuts in the UK are pushing women out of the workforce.

    This, in turn, reduces their income and has a knock on to other parts of society, for example an increase in child poverty. These economic challenges are also having other worrying impacts; they’re limiting women’s access to justice and protection from violence. And because many women are also the principal carer for another; a partner, parent or child, these changes also have a wider impact on us all.

    But the difficult relationship between womanhood, money and being a carer is not simply a British question. In her latest exhibition, Tin Girls, documentary photographer Alice Carfrae shows images from North-Eastern Napal. This is a region that is particularly affected by human trafficking. In particular the trafficking of women.

    In Sindhupalchok it is said you can tell which household has sold a daughter or lost a mother by looking at the rooftops of the village. The ones with corrugated tin roofs - as opposed to the traditional timber and slate - indicate that a sacrifice has been made; a selfless act to try and better the family’s situation. The unaffectionate nickname given to these women, who give their lives, is ‘Tin Girls’.

    The responsibilities of womanhood often involve both caring and personal sacrifice, it is important to remember however that, particularly in these challenging times, these burdens are not women’s alone, but responsibilities that we all need to share.

  • Vanessa's Word Of The Day

    We occasionally catch Vanessa talking to herself behind the bike sheds.

    She claims that she's merely rehearsing our Word Of The Day but we have our doubts.

    Anyway, today's word literally means "talking to yourself", it's usually used in theatrical circles and it is...

    ..."soliloquy"!

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