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25/06/2010

Presented by Jenni Murray. Maternity services, childhood memories of the Channel Islands' Occupation, Australia's new female PM, The Wire's Sonja Sohn, and the perfect personal.

Presented by Jenni Murray. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists calls for an overhaul of maternity services. Jenni is joined by Dr Maggie Blott from the RCOG and by Hugo Mascie-Taylor from the NHS Confederation. Jenni speak to Sonja Sohn, aka Detective Kima Greggs, from TV's 'The Wire' about her work in Liverpool. Lyn Renouf Edwards discusses her memoir of a childhood under Nazi occupation on The Channel Islands. We assess Australia's new female Prime Minister and find out what makes the perfect personal ad with Sonali Fernando, the author of 'Soulmates: True Stories from the World of Online Dating' and with Amanda Christie, Managing Director of MySingleFriend.com.

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45 minutes

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Fri 25 Jun 2010 10:00

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  • Maternity Services Overhaul

    Dr Maggie Blott and Hugo Mascie-Taylor discuss the future of maternity services in the UK.

    Duration: 10:45

  • Sonja Sohn

    The actress from the hit American TV series The Wire

    Duration: 07:15

  • The Perfect Personal Ad

    How to pitch yourself to prospective partners, with Amanda Christie and Sonali Fernando

    Duration: 10:06

  • Julia Gillard

    A profile of the new Australian Prime Minister

    Duration: 05:36

  • Nazi Occupation of Channel Islands

    Lyn Renouf Edwards describes her experience in Guernsey

    Duration: 07:21

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