Jamie Oliver; Martha Lane Fox; Joyce DiDonato
Jamie Oliver cooks the perfect Singapore Noodles and talks about cooking on a budget. Can parents help children improve their reading or should it be left to the teachers? Plus can reading a novel really help to make you feel better? A look at the new research that shows that women who give up taking the breast cancer drug Tamoxifen are dying needlessly. Many give up because of the side effects which include hot flushes, sweating, tiredness and weight gain - what's been done to help them? Food writer Anya von Bremzen talks about her memoirs which look at the history of twentieth century Russia and the food that typified Soviet society. Digital champion, Woman's Hour powerlister and the youngest female member of the House of Lords, Martha Lane Fox on the importance of being connected. And Mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato looks ahead to her performance at the Last Night of the Proms.
Presented by Jane Garvey.
Produced by Rebecca Myatt.
|Interviewed Guest||Jamie Oliver|
|Interviewed Guest||Martha Lane Fox|
|Interviewed Guest||Joyce DiDonato|
|Interviewed Guest||Anya von Bremzen|
|Interviewed Guest||Daniel Ree|
|Interviewed Guest||Delyth Morgan|
|Interviewed Guest||Adrienne Morgan|
|Interviewed Guest||Pete Mountstephen|
|Interviewed Guest||Jo Saxton|
|Interviewed Guest||Ella Ber Too|
|Interviewed Guest||Susan Elderkin|