Kate Mosse on the women of the French resistance
Author Kate Mosse speaks to Woman's Hour about her latest addition to her Labyrinth trilogy 'Citadel', a novel which focuses on Women's roles in the French resistance during the Second World War, and how real life events gave rise to the story.
Available since: Fri 26 Oct 2012
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Jenni Murray is joined by James Cracknell, Beverley Turner, Kate Mosse and The Sapphires.
First broadcast: 25 Oct 2012
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