Grace Coddington; Antonio Carluccio
Grace Coddington, the flame-haired creative director of US Vogue on her 50 years on fashion's frontline. Antonio Carluccio Cooks the Perfect...arancini, or rice balls. Alison Hewitt talks about the frightening and life-changing consequences of being stalked, and about the new law that makes stalking a criminal act. Lynne Berry from the Canal and River Trust tells us about powerful women in the charity and voluntary sector. And women's unemployment - Ruth Alexander from Radio 4's More or Less crunches the statistics.
Presenter Jenni Murray
Producer Emma Wallace.
New stalking law
On 25 November a new law will come into force making stalking a criminal act. Alison Hewitt, who was a victim of stalking, joins Jenni to talk about the life-changing consequences of this experience which has been portrayed in a Channel 4 documentary, Living with my Stalker, broadcast on Thursday 22 Nov at 2200. Criminal behaviour analyst Laura Richards, who was a leading campaigner in pushing for the law change, explains the significance of the new law.
Vogue’s Grace Coddington
Antonio Carluccio: Cook the Perfect Rice Balls
Antonio Carluccio will be demonstrating his recipe for arancini, or Italian rice balls – a great way to use up leftover risotto. Known for his TV appearances, books, and highly successful restaurant chain, Antonio will also be talking about his autobiography, A Recipe for Life, in which he reflects on the food, the events and the women who have influenced his life, and writes very frankly about the depression from which he has suffered for over fifty years.