Edwina Currie talks about affairs within Westminster including her own with John Major.
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Alice Nutter talks about her career in politically vocal band Chumbawamba.
Anna Ford talks about 27 years of reading the news and her retirement.
Actor Anna Massey talks about her career. Plus is life in suburbia supportive or stifling?
Author Helena Drysdale speaks about her novels. Plus, the worry of social networking.
Is the Playboy Bunny Logo a harmless fashion label or morally corrupt marketing?
Could there be compensation for people affected by Asbestos related diseases?
Chrissie Hynde discusses her career as the front woman for the band The Pretenders.
Emma Kirkby talks about her career, her Renaissance repertoire and the next generation.
Paul Lamplugh discusses the work of the Trust since Suzy's disappearance 20 years ago.
A retrospective look at the legacy of Elizabeth Taylor.
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Are one night stands good fun or a bad idea? Plus, how to help child runaways.
What does God mean to you? Plus how do women reconcile themselves to religious patriarchy?
Is the legal definition of rape allowing offenders to walk free?
Do middle-aged men suffer from a male menopause? Plus, the legacy of Nelly Wallace.
Norah Vincent explains why she spent 18 months disguised as a man.
How can women leave their children? Plus, Catharine McKinnon on American feminism.
Prominent Polish politicians and activists discuss women's rights and attitudes in Poland.
Dame Felicity Lott discusses comic opera. Plus, Kate Barlow on living in a religious cult.
Alex Kingston talks about her career. Plus Edna Healey reveals her life in politics.