Presented by Jenni Murray. Featuring the bread and butter pudding revival and a discussion about new book The Sex Diaries Project.
Presented by Jenni Murray. Bread & butter pudding seems to be enjoying something of a revival - but how do we make sure ours is creamy and comforting, and not sloppy and bland? Chef and food writer Annie Stirk will be on hand to tell us. The Campaign to End Loneliness was launched this week. The Campaign's Director, Laura Ferguson, joins Jenni to explain why loneliness poses as great a threat to the health of older people as smoking or obesity. 'The Sex Diaries Project' draws on diary entries from over two hundred ordinary British people and claims to be a transparent window into our daily sexual thoughts and activities. But is it healthy to keep a sex diary and how seriously we should take them? And we meet Julie Stamper, who was honoured in the New Year's Honours list for her work with the Schoolgirl Mums Unit in Hull.
Breast Cancer Report
Gareth Evans, Professor of medical genetics, St Mary’s Hospital, talks to Jenni about the latest breast cancer report by Cancer Research UK.
The Sex Diaries Project
Arianne Cohen is editor of a new book “Sex Diaries Project”, drawing on diary entries from 200 British people. She talks to Jenni about the findings.
Clare Jenkins reports from the Teenage Mums Unit in Hull, and speaks to its founder and head teacher, Julie Stamper, who was awarded an MBE in the New Year’s Honours List.
Loneliness in Old Age
This week a group of charities launched The Campaign to End Loneliness. Jenni talks to the Campaign’s Director, Laura Ferguson; Prof. Judith Sixsmith, & octogenarian, Grace Mulligan.
Bread and Butter Pudding
Chef Annie Stirk describes how to make the perfect Bread & Butter Pudding!
Late Night Woman's Hour