With Jenni Murray. Including Sarah Brown on life at Number Ten; how children evacuated during the Second World War coped with homecoming and what's the best way to cook small fish?
With Jenni Murray. Sarah Brown joins Jenni to talk about her memoir 'Behind the Black Door', looking back at the three years she spent in Downing Street. During the Second World War, around three million children were evacuated to places of greater safety - but what happened when they came home? Jenni is joined by Julie Summers who's written a book of evacuees' stories, and by two former child evacuees. And eating small fish - which ones should we be choosing and how is it best to cook them? CJ Jackson from the Billingsgate Seafood School explains.
Sarah Brown joins Jenni to talk about the three years she spent at Number 10 Downing Street as WPM (Wife of the Prime Minister).
Woman vs Lady: The Debate Rumbles On
Listeners' responses to the previous day's discussion on the use of the word "woman" versus "lady".
Evacuees - When the Children Came Home
Jenni speaks to Julie Summers, who has written a book of evacuees' stories; and Sheila Shears and Jessie Nagel who were evacuees themselves.
Cooking with Small Fish
Fish expert C J Jackson from the Billingsgate Seafood School and co-author of Leith's Fish Bible cooks small fish in the studio.