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Shelina Permalloo Masterchef Winner

Why are some people always late - is it all down to our personality? Plus Shelina Permalloo on winning Master Chef, and why depression amongst men needs to be taken more seriously.

Why are some people always late - is it all down to our personality? Shelina Permalloo on what it means to be crowned winner of Winner of Master Chef. Why depression amongst men needs to be taken more seriously. And how Sport Relief is helping a project that supports trafficked women.
Presented by Jenni Murray.
Producer Jane Thurlow.

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58 minutes

Chapters

  • Shelina Permalloo

    Last week Masterchef crowned its first female champion in seven years. Shelina Permalloo tells Jenni about the Masterchef experience and her Mauritian influences.

    Duration: 07:04

  • The Poppy Project for Trafficked Women

    The Poppy project in South London was set up in 2003 to provide accommodation, short-term support and advocacy to women who have been trafficked in to the UK. Joanna Moorhead reports.

    Duration: 07:42

  • Budget 2012 - What was there for women?

    How will changes announced in yesterday's budget affect women? Chloe Smith, Economic Secretary to the Treasury and Rachel Reeves, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury join Jenni.

    Duration: 11:01

  • Men and Depression

    Jenni is joined by journalist Mark Rice-Oxley and his wife Sharon, to discuss men and depression and the challenges of caring for a partner who's suffering with mental illness.

    Duration: 07:19

  • Running Late

    Is the world made up of those who are habitually late and those who hold punctuality paramount? Jenni is joined by Louise Chunn, Editor, Psychologies magazine, and Phillppa Perry, Psychotherapist.

    Duration: 09:02

Broadcast

  • Thu 22 Mar 2012 10:00

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