Monday 20 June 2011
Tonight on the programme we have an exclusive report from inside Syria by one of our reporters, who has just returned from a week undercover in the capital Damascus spent meeting opposition activists who are leading the anti-government protests.
We hear powerful testimony about what is really happening on the ground in Syria's revolution.
Michael Crick will have the latest on government plans to make women wait longer for their state pension.
And we ask if we are living in an over sexualised society, and if so whether that is necessarily a problem.
Are double standards in the media to blame? Should the government be intervening, or do we need a new kind of feminism to respond?
Our guests include Caitlin Moran, whose new book, How To Be a Woman, attempts to reclaim feminism in a deliberately non-academic way, Brooke Magnanti, author of the call girl blog Belle du Jour, and Kat Banyard, author of The Equality Illusion and founder of UK Feminista - an organisation supporting grassroots feminist activism.