Emma Thompson: ‘I was sent some half-eaten radishes’
Actress Emma Thompson on writing The Further Tale of Peter Rabbit her sequel to Beatrix Potter’s beloved Tale of Peter Rabbit and the appeal of the long-eared rebel. Thompson tells Woman’s Hour presenter Jenni Murray about the imaginative exchange between her and Peter Rabbit himself which drew her into writing the book and about the need for danger and excitement in children’s literature.
Available since: Thu 6 Sep 2012
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Woman's Hour Emma Thompson, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Muslim women in Rochdale, and what is 'butch'?
'Butch' - what does it mean and is it an insult? Presented by Jenni Murray.
First broadcast: 06 Sep 2012
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