Juliet Nicholson

Christine Antorini the Danish Minister for Children and Education on what we can learn from Denmark about childcare. Why a recent picture of a woman in China with a 7-month old foetus shortly after a forced late-term abortion has caused international outrage. Historian Juliet Nicolson talk about "Abdication", her first novel, set in 1936 . The impact of an inter-generational project running in the East End . And the jazz singer Kate Dimbleby will be performing live and talking about the life and work of Dory Previn.

Presenter Jenni Murray
Producer Sarah Johnstone.

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Thu 28 Jun 2012 10:00

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