Weekend Woman's Hour: Kate Nash; KT Tunstall; Malala Day

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Kate Nash performs in the studio. The niece of Margaret Wintringham - the first British-born woman to take her seat in the House of Commons in 1921 - tells us about her 'double act' with the better known MP Nancy Astor. Campaigning for girls' education on Malala Day . Jamila Abbas one of 19 children from a poor African family talks about her App designed to help African farmers in rural Kenya get crop prices and vital market information via text. Dr Sarah Blagden on the impact of ovarian cancer treatment on women's sex lives. Plus Scottish singer songwriter KT Tunstall chats about her new album.Julia Bunting from the International Planned Parenthood Foundation on the state of family planning around the world. And is it time for a women's Tour de France?

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Sat 13 Jul 2013 16:00

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterJenni Murray
PerformerKate Nash
Interviewed GuestKT Tunstall
Interviewed GuestJamila Abbas
Interviewed GuestSarah Blagden
Interviewed GuestJulia Bunting
Interviewed GuestEmma Pooley
Interviewed GuestPatricia Moore
Interviewed GuestHelen McCarthy
Interviewed GuestTanya Barron
EditorBeverley Purcell
ProducerLouise Corley

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