Women and disability, painkiller addiction, pre-Raphaelites
'We will never think of disability the same way', after the excitement and profile of the Paralympics, will life change for disabled women? Female Pre-Raphaelites; Addiction to painkillers; Why are women more religious than men? Presented by Jane Garvey.
Disabled women post-Olympics
After the excitement and profile of the Paralympics, will life change for disabled women? Jane discusses with Sophie Morgan & Kaliya Franklin.
Pre-Raphaelite Exhibition at the Tate
Curator Alison Smith takes Jane around the exhibition, where there are paintings by Elizabeth Siddall, Jane Burden and Rosa Brett, and pieces by Jane Morris, Elizabeth Burden and May Morris.
Addiction to Painkillers
Cathryn Kemp explains how her medicine became an addiction and how she recovered. Dr Clare Gerada of the Royal College of General Practitioners, discusses the issues.
Why Are Women More Religious than Men?
Marta Trzebiatowska, author of Why Are Women More Religious than Men?, and Christina Rees of the general synod, discuss why religion is appealing to women.