Presented by Jane Garvey. Conservationist Dame Daphne Sheldrick on her life's work raising orphan elephants from birth and her programme to release them back into the wild.
Presented by Jane Garvey. Conservationist Dame Daphne Sheldrick on her life's work raising orphan elephants from birth and her programme to release them back into the wild. A new test to diagnose prostate cancer is proving to be more accurate and is less invasive, so how near are we to a national screening programme for men? She's written for Kylie Minogue and has a new album of her own out: Brit-nominated singer-songwriter Nerina Pallot performs live and discuss the highs and lows of her solo career. With children of drug addicts routinely taken into care, we talk to the foster mother who thinks addicts should be prescribed long-term contraception and discuss the arguments with a GP and the charity DrugScope.
Drug addicts and contraceptives
Should drug addicts who’ve had children taken into care be put on long-lasting contraceptives? Martin Barnes from DrugScope and Dr Bernadette Hard discuss the moral and practical implications.
Singer-songwriter Nerina Pallot performs a live song from her latest album, Year of the Wolf.
New test for prostate cancer
Should the screening test for prostate cancer be updated? With Prof Hardev Pandha from the University of Surrey, who has led research for a new test, and Owen Sharp from The Prostate Cancer Charity.
Elephant Woman: Daphne Sheldrick
Daphne Sheldrick, who has worked as a conservationist in Kenya for 50 years, is the first person ever to care for an elephant from birth to successful release into the wild.