Jane Garvey presents. Author Daisy Waugh on silent screen idol Rudolph Valentino. Internet porn controls, keeping your married name after divorce, cohabitee rights on breaking up.
Jane Garvey presents. Author Daisy Waugh on silent screen idol Rudolph Valentino. Should you take your husband's name after marriage? And should you keep it after divorce? We ask Sheryl Gascoigne, Times columnist Sarah Vine and actress Kate Hardie what informed their decisions. The Conservative MP Claire Perry is campaigning for internet porn to be regulated by encouraging service provider to adopt an 'opt in' system rather than easy universal access. And we ask if couples who choose to live together rather than getting married should have the same rights?
Sheryl Gascoigne, Times columnist Sarah Vine and actress Kate Hardie talk about deciding whether or not to take your husband's married name and whether you should keep it after divorce.
Charter for Unmarried Couples
The most senior family judge has called for legal rights for couples who cohabit but aren't married. Jane Craig, Family Law Specialist, & Jill Kirby, Policy Analyst and Writer, discuss.
Internet porn regulation
The Conservative MP Claire Perry and Mike Galvin from BT talk about whether internet service providers should have an option to block pornographic content.
Author Daisy Waugh joins Jane to talk about her novel “Last Dance with Valentino,” which is based on the real life mystery of Valentino’s secret love and reported deathbed confessions.