Presented by Jane Garvey. Cyndi Lauper on her new album of blues music, families after divorce, Helen Castor on Medieval Queens and we discuss how being wrong is often right.
Presented by Jane Garvey. Cyndi Lauper famous for her hits 'Girls just want to have fun', 'Time after Time' and 'True Colours' talks about her life and new album of blues music . Can being wrong ever be right? Kathryn Shulz author of 'Being Wrong. Adventures in the Margin of Error', debates the issue with columnist Johann Hari. Helen Castor explores the power of the medieval queens and we look at how the family courts deal with children after divorce. The Family Justice Review has just finished it's public consultation, with their recommendations to be published next year. We consider whether claims that the current system is biased against fathers and damaging to children have any basis.
Family justice system
Liz Edwards, Vice Chair of Resolution and Craig Pickering, CEO of Families Need Fathers discuss whether the laws needs changing.
American journalist Kathryn Schulz and journalist Johann Hari to discuss Kathryn's theory of ‘wrongology’.
Cyndi talks about fashion, fame, and finding a new sound.
The Early Queens of England
Helen Castor and The Women Who Ruled England Before Elizabeth.