Weekend Woman's Hour: Katie Melua; Alison Goldfrapp; Louise Brealey
Katie Melua talks about why she's turned to her early childhood in Georgia, then part of the USSR, for inspiration for her new album.
The Muslim Women's Network warn the sexual exploitation of Asian girls within the UK is being overlooked by some professional bodies, including the police. We speak to Taylor Austin Little from Isis, Detective Superintendent Tim Bacon of West Midlands Police and Ratna Lachman, the Director of Just West Yorkshire.
Louise Brealey, better known as Molly in the BBC TV Series Sherlock, talks about her playwriting debut - a new version of a near mythic tale, Pope Joan.
America's Mistress - Eartha Kitt. John Williams on his biography of the glamorous star born in the South Carolina cotton fields.
Heather Barr from Human Rights Watch on the effect that the failure to get a law called The Elimination of Violence Against Women passed by parliament might have on Afghan law and women's rights.
Gabrielle Turnquest is the youngest person called to the bar in 600 years. We talk to Gabrielle and her mother Patrice.
Is dyeing grey hair a feminist issue? We discuss with fashion commentator Caryn Franklin and fashion historian Caroline Cox.
Alison Goldfrapp sings Annabel, from her new album Tales of Us.
|Interviewed Guest||Katie Melua|
|Interviewed Guest||Taylor Austin Little|
|Interviewed Guest||Tim Bacon|
|Interviewed Guest||Ratna Lachman|
|Interviewed Guest||Louise Brealey|
|Interviewed Guest||John Williams|
|Interviewed Guest||Heather Barr|
|Interviewed Guest||Gabrielle Turnquest|
|Interviewed Guest||Patrice Turnquest|
|Interviewed Guest||Caryn Franklin|
|Interviewed Guest||Alison Goldfrapp|