Weekend Woman's Hour: Stevie Nicks; Margaret Hodge; Great Men Value Women
Stevie Nicks on the ups and downs of Fleetwood Mac and their reunion. We visit a school with comedian and actor Doc Brown as he talks to teenage boys about the Great Men Value Women initiative, and discuss the issues with Karen Ruimy and James Dawson, author of Being A Boy. Margaret Hodge MP on being chair of the Public Accounts Committee.
Dr Fiona Denison, a consultant in obstetrics at The Tommy's Centre at Queen's Medical Research Institute, Edinburgh tells us about her report looking at the dangers and impact of obesity in pregnancy.
Getting to 50/50 - the book that says working couples can have it all by sharing equally childcare and housework. We discuss with co-author Joanna Strober and Jessica Chivers, a coach and mentor ro women returning to work.
The trials and tribulations of larger actresses with agent Paul Newberry and Sue McCormick, who wrote her own play - No Fat Juliets - to get a worthwhile role. And author Nicola Upson on her latest Josephine Tey novel, The Death of Lucy Kyte.
|Interviewed Guest||Stevie Nicks|
|Interviewed Guest||Doc Brown|
|Interviewed Guest||Karen Ruimy|
|Interviewed Guest||James Dawson|
|Interviewed Guest||Margaret Hodge|
|Interviewed Guest||Fiona Denison|
|Interviewed Guest||Jessica Chivers|
|Interviewed Guest||Joanna Strober|
|Interviewed Guest||Sue McCormick|
|Interviewed Guest||Paul Newberry|
|Interviewed Guest||Nicola Upson|