Presented by Jenni Murray. How to take better photographs of family and friends, and how cuts to public services are pushing the fight for gender equality into reverse.
Presented by Jenni Murray. What motivates and inspires today's top photographers? Jenni talks to journalist Anne-Marie Jaeger and photography lecturer Anna Mossman from Camberwell College of Arts to give practical tips on how to take the very best photos of family and friends. According to the Women's Budget Group, a group of almost 100 female academics and policymakers, cuts to public services are pushing the fight for gender equality into reverse. Later this week the Secretary of State for Health will issue statutory guidance for local authorities and local health bodies on supporting the needs of adults with autism. What will it mean for people with the condition and their families? And we'll hear about the modern day dolls house.
The spending cuts and the return of the male dominant breadwinner
According to the Women's Budget Group, spending cuts are pushing gender equality into reverse. Prof Susan Himmelweit, from the Women’s Budget Group, and Jill Kirby, Centre For Policy Studies discuss.
Designer Elaine Shaw aims to revolutionize the dolls’ house market with her hi-tech 21st century home. She shows reporter Judi Herman round ‘Clearview’.
Women and photography
Jenni talks to journalist Anne-Celine Jaeger about the working practices of famous photographers. They are joined by photography lecturer Anna Mossman on how to take the very best photos.
Autism charities are concerned the government's autism strategy won't have an impact due to impending cuts in services. Sarah Hedley, Jan Greenman, and Carol Povey discuss.
- Wed 15 Dec 2010 10:00