Children and food allergies, 9/11 survivor Vanessa Lawrence
With Jane Garvey. Kids and food allergies; 9/11 survivor Vanessa Lawrence; is women's fiction an outdated niche? Plus Women in Business - getting the right name for your company.
Presented by Jane Garvey. New study into children and food allergies, 9/11 survivor Vanessa Lawrence talks about her experiences, we explore whether women's fiction is an outdated title in 2011 and as part of our Women in Business series we look at the importance of getting the right name for your business.
I Survived 9/11 - Vanessa Lawrence
On the morning of 9/11, artist Vanessa Lawrence was painting in her studio in the North Tower of the World Trade Centre. She tells Jane the story of her survival and its effect on her life.
Women's Fiction - What's Wrong With That?
Is the term Women’s Fiction demeaning to women or is it a handy label for shoppers to find books they like? Claire Leigh, who complained about the use of the term and author Judy Astley join Jane.
Children and Food Allergies
Jane is joined by Gideon Lack, Professor of Paediatric Allergy, King's College London and by Mandy East of the Anaphylaxis Campaign.
Naming Your Business
Choosing the name for a business or product is often the first thing an entrepreneur will do, but how can you make sure it’s the right one? We talk to Julia Wild, MD of brand agency, Iconic.