Presented by Jenni Murray. Including Sofie Grabol, star of the cult Danish TV crime drama The Killing; elections in Saudi Arabia; women and cycling; testosterone deficiency in men.
Jenni Murray presents.
The Killing: Sofie Grabol, star of dark, gritty Danish crime drama The Killing which was shown recently on BBC4. A boxed set of the series was released on DVD on 4 April.
Saudi Arabia: Will the forthcoming elections in Saudi Arabia bring women any closer to the vote? Jenni speaks to Professor Madawi Al-Rasheed, Professor of the Anthropology of Religion at King's College London.
On Yer Bike: Glynis Francis from Manchester is organising 100 women to cycle 100 miles or kilometres to commemorate the 100th anniversary of International Women's Day. Jenni is joined by Viv Slack from Manchester Wheeler's Club and Bella Bathurst who has just written The Bicycle Book which was published on the 4th April.
Testosterone Deficiency Syndrome: Many women will recognise in their partners the middle-aged man - the 'bear with the sore head' - who has lost interest in life and love; could lack of testosterone be the problem? Dr Malcolm Carruthers and Professor Mike Kirby discuss the Syndrome and its possible treatment.
The star of cult Danish crime drama The Killing joins Jenni
Jenni discusses upcoming municipal elections with Professor Madawi Al-Rasheed, Professor of Social Anthropology at King’s College London.
Women and Cycling
Bella Bathurst, author of The Bicycle Book and Viv Slack, cyclist with the Manchester Wheelers join Jenni to discuss the joys of cycling.
Jenni is joined by Dr Malcolm Carruthers and Professor Mike Kirby to discuss the syndrome and its possible treatment.
- Fri 8 Apr 2011 10:00