Marks and Spencer; Radio 3 World Routes Academy Fidan Hajiyeva

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Fidan Hajiyeva - the youngest protégée of BBC Radio 3's World Routes Academy talks about how her father encouraged her interest in Azeri music. Is writing about books a matter of jobs for the boys? What's the matter with the f-word? Marks and Spencer's' marketing chief describes its new high profile women's wear campaign as womanist as opposed to feminist - why? The campaign to include boys in the HPV vaccination programme. Plus it's festival season and those with something to celebrate after GCSE will be hoping for a wild time this Bank Holiday Weekend - are they old enough to go alone? Plus the power of female friendships and just what should you really store in your fridge.

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Sat 24 Aug 2013 16:00

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterJane Garvey
Interviewed GuestHannah Pool
Interviewed GuestJane Cunningham
Interviewed GuestLisa Warner
Interviewed GuestTom Hingley
Interviewed GuestAlex Clark
Interviewed GuestPeter Stothard
Interviewed GuestDr Nathan Mayura
Interviewed GuestJill De Nardo
Interviewed GuestHelen Graham
Interviewed GuestColette McBeth
Interviewed GuestTim Hayward
Interviewed GuestFidan Hajiyeva
EditorBeverley Purcell
ProducerRebecca Wood

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