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Books, Film, Music, Theatre, Visual Arts.
Sheila Hancock, Amanda Barrie and Shirley Hughes give Jacqueline Wilson some advice.
Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore talk to Jenni Murray about gender inequality in film.
Sheila Hancock on the misuse of language and her role as the matriarch in Barking in Essex
Edna O'Brien; Campus sexual politics; Flat shoes
Actress Anne Archer on playing the wronged wife in the film Fatal Attraction.
Women in Egypt; Emma Pooley
Six year old Sophie talks about her love of football.
Wendy Meddour and her daughter Mina May talk about the book they have written/illustrated.
Helen Skelton discusses her beard of bees with former Blue Peter producer Alex Leger.
With Comedian Katherine Ryan & Jo Bunting, series producer of HIGNFY & TV freelancer.
Blood and Beauty is Sarah Dunant's new novel about the Borgia family.
Lionel Shriver; Financial Abuse; Joanna Lumley; Being Brave; Single Entertaining
The journalist & writer on the story of her mother's dark past growing up in South Africa
Irna Qureshi on her mum's reaction to her studying Bollywood at university
Yoko Ono on turning 80 & ageism
South African author Lauren Beukes on how violence against women influenced her new novel.
Sue Prichard and Linda Seward visit the V&A to discuss the art of quilt making.
Children’s author Jacqueline Wilson channels E. Nesbit for her new book.
The actress talks about her role as an anarchic old hippy in The Last of the Haussmans.
The late writer and director talks to Jenni Murray in this interview from 1999.
Tracy Chevalier explores her memories of moving to England for her book, The Last Runaway.
20 years after The X Files, Gillian Anderson reflects on her role as Dana Scully
The singer talks to Jenni Murray about press coverage of her past behaviour.
The model and reality star Katie Price on why she split up with Peter Andre.
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