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  Loneliness 21 February 2005  
Are we becoming more lonely?

A recent report by the Economic and Social Research Council said that more Britons live alone than ever before - and loneliness seems to be the one thing all of us dread.
 
But does living alone necessarily mean we're lonely?

Jenni is joined by Helen Wilkinson, a social commentator and founder of Genderquake and Professor Christina Victor, a gerontologist at Reading University. 

On Wednesday our phone-in will be all about loneliness, so if you have direct experience of it, or views about it - we'd like to hear from you.  You can email us or call us on 0800 044 044

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