Tine Thing Helseth; Sarah Solemani; Daisy Waugh; Naomi Gryn on starting a family after 40
Norwegian Trumpeter Tine Thing Helseth; author Daisy Waugh on '20s Hollywood; Naomi Gryn on giving birth after 40; comedian and writer Sarah Solemani; and Dr Jennifer Wild and Dr Sue Stuart-Smith discusses talking therapies with Jenni Murray.
Starting a Family Over Forty
Tine Thing Helseth
Norwegian Tine Thing Helseth started playing the trumpet at the age of 7. Now aged 25 she is one of the leading trumpet soloists of her generation, and has taken on everything from Bach to the Beach Boys.
‘Tine’ by Tine Thing Helseth with Kathryn Stott is out on EMI Classics.
Cognitive behavioural therapy or CBT is often prescribed to people suffering from depression and anxiety. But how effective is it and are too many women being offered CBT rather than other talking therapies? Dr Sue Stuart-Smith from the Hertfordshire NHS trust and Dr Jennifer Wild Consultant Clinical Psychologist at the University of Oxford discuss.
Dr Watson, I presume Radio 4 programme on Dr John Watson, the founder of Behaviourism
Melting the Snow on Hester Street is Daisy Waugh’s second novel set in the early days of Hollywood. Daisy joins Jenni to talk about the attraction of those days of glamour, romance, scandal and decadence.
|Interviewed Guest||Tine Thing Helseth|
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Solemani|