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Bryony Kimmings; Yvette Cooper; What Women Want

58 minutes
First broadcast:
Saturday 20 July 2013

Bryony Kimmings on her Credible Likeable Superstar Role Model she created with the help of her niece Taylor. Jane spends a day with shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper MP in her constituency.
Female sexual desire: psychotherapist Susie Orbach and journalist Daniel Bergner discuss his book, What Do Women Want. Dr Bryan Mendleson and Dr Felicity Mehendelay talk about why people have cosmetic surgery. Haiffa Al-Mansour on her film, Wadjda, and being the first female director from Saudi Arabia. The women organising music festivals - Tania Harrison from Latitude and Becky Burchell from Bestival. Laura Mvula sings She.


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