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Presented by Jane Garvey. Simon Hoggart called Ed Miliband a 'wuss' for taking his full paternity leave. Are some jobs too important to take a break from - or nothing worth missing out on the first weeks of a child's life? We're joined by Anne Holt the Norwegian crime writer; and internationally renowned choreographer, dancer and film-maker Yvonne Rainer. And we discuss the return of rickets as a childhood disease.

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  • Paternity Rights

    Was Simon Hoggart right or fair to call Ed Miliband a ‘wuss’ for taking his full paternity leave? Journalist, Simon Hoggart and writer and commentator, Tim Lott discuss.

    Duration: 09:35

  • Anne Holt

    Anne Holt worked in the Oslo Police Department before becoming a lawyer. She is now Norway's most successful female crime writer. She joins Jane to talk about her latest novel '1222'.

    Duration: 14:59

  • The rise of rickets

    A new report has shown that white, middle class children in the south are now suffering from rickets. Professor Nicholas Clarke, author of the report, and science historian Dr Roberta Bivins discuss.

    Duration: 09:20

  • Yvonne Rainer

    Yvonne Rainer is an internationally renowned choreographer, dancer and film-maker, often referred to as the mother of post-modern dance. She joins Jane to talk about her work.

    Duration: 08:40


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