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08/06/2010

Presented by Jane Garvey. Gail Porter talks about her hair growing back. Joanna Briscoe and Mavis Cheek on why we lie. Haiti's earthquake and its impact on the carnival tradition.

Presented by Jane Garvey. Former model Gail Porter talks about her hair growing back after five years of baldness. Presenter and former band member Lauren Laverne has written a novel for teenagers - Louise Wener's new memoir talks about her teenage passion for music. They are joined by Krissi Murison the Editor of music magazine NME to discuss how you begin a career in music.
Lying and why we do it. Novelists Mavis Cheek and Joanna Briscoe debate what happens if you try to be truthful in all situations.
And photographer Leah Gordon on the carnival tradition of Haiti and the impact of the earthquake.

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45 minutes

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Tue 8 Jun 2010 10:00

Chapters

  • Gail Porter and Alopecia

    The former model discusses the condition with Jane and the Medical Director of the Institute of Trichologists, Dr Bessam Farjo.

    Duration: 10:01

  • Girls in Bands

    Former band members Louise Wener and Lauren Laverne are joined by Krissi Murrison, the Editor of NME.

    Duration: 11:00

  • Lying

    Novelists Mavis Cheek and Joanna Briscoe discuss lying.

    Duration: 11:31

  • Leah Gordon

    The photographer talks about her images of Haitan Kanaval.

    Duration: 08:43

Broadcast

  • Tue 8 Jun 2010 10:00

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