Shirley Temple Black; Abortion advice; Part-time relationships; Sexting; Animals and autism
Shirley Temple Black - a classic archive interview from Woman's Hour in 1976. Abortion advice in the UK - how independent or accurate is the advice given by crisis pregnancy centres? Emma Barnett, editor of the Daily Telegraph Wonder Woman section and the Brook Advisory service have both been doing investigations into what is available at CPCs. Part-time relationships. Louise Booth on how her son, who is on the autistic spectrum, was found solace and clam in his relationship with Billy the family cat. Sexting and teenagers. Jenni Murray presents.
Presenter: Jenni Murray
Producer: Eleanor Garland.
Crisis Pregnancy Centres
Counsellors at crisis pregnancy centres are giving women misleading advice and warning they could become sex abusers, develop cancer or become infertile after abortions. Journalists from the Telegraph made a secret recording at two crisis pregnancy centres last month and Brook, the sexual health charity for young people has been ‘mystery shopping’ in 30 of these crisis centres around the UK. It has released a report looking at the quality of advice given to women.
Emma Barnett, journalist
Laura Hurley, Brook
Julia Acott, Care Confidential
Dr Tracey Masters, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
When Fraser met Billy the Cat
Part Time Relationships
|Interviewed Guest||Shirley Temple|
|Interviewed Guest||Emma Barnett|
|Interviewed Guest||Helen Croydon|
|Interviewed Guest||Sasha Roseneil|
|Interviewed Guest||Louise Booth|
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Wollaston|
|Interviewed Guest||Andy Phippen|
|Interviewed Guest||Laura Hurley|