Christine Rice; Summer Pudding; Emotional Teenage Boys; Patenting
Cook the Perfect... summer pudding. Mezzo soprano Christine Rice. Are teenage boys more emotional than many assume? Women in Business: the importance of patenting to entrepreneurs.
Cook the Perfect... summer pudding. Christine Rice mezzo soprano talks to Jenni Murray about the start of the BBC Proms and her part in a rare performance of Brian's gargantuan work 'The Gothic', when over a thousand performers gather at the Royal Albert Hall. We discuss whether teenage boys more emotional that many people assume. And as part of our Women in Business season we talk to Mandy Haberman inventor of the Anywayup Cup.
Jenni talks to mezzo-soprano Christine Rice as she prepares to perform in Havergal Brian's Symphony No. 1 in the opening weekend of the BBC Proms.
Are Teenage Boys More Emotional than Girls
Jenni is joined by Dr Sebastian Kraemer, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at the Tavistock Clinic and Sue Atkins, former deputy head teacher, parenting coach and author.
Cook the Perfect Summer Pudding
As part of our Cook the Perfect series, Jenni is joined by Cordon Bleu chef and 'kitchen coach' Justine Kanter who demonstrates how to make the perfect summer pudding.
To discuss the importance of a good patent, Jenni is joined by Steve Van Dulken, leading Information Expert and the British Library and Mandy Haberman, inventor of the Anywayup Cup.