How to be a lady; William Hague
Rachel Johnson, Bidisha and Sara Sheridan discuss the place of a lady in the 21st century. Foreign Secretary William Hague on his trip to Rwanda and DRC and why he thinks it's important to address the issue of sexual violence as a war crime at the next G8 conference. Emma Brockes on investigating her mother's troubled childhood to write her memoire She Left Me the Gun. Baroness Sally Greengross and Laurie Penny from the New Statesman talk about whether feminism forgotten older women. Is there a need for the newly formed political party Justice for Men and Boys? Founder Mike Buccanan and author John O Farrell discuss. Teachers in Scotland visit prison to learn how to help pupils with parents in jail. Saira Shah on her novel The Mouseproof Kitchen which draws on her own experience of having a severely disabled child.
Presenter Jane Garvey
Producer Louise Corley.