Clare Gerada; Natalie Coleman; Alexandra Roach
Alexandra Roach on her role in One Chance. Clare Gerada on GPs and obesity. Portrayals of motherhood. Natalie Coleman cooks the perfect scallops. Former New Zealand PM Helen Clark.
Welsh actress Alexandra Roach on her role playing Paul Potts' wife alongside James Corden in the film One Chance.
Clare Gerada on her role as Chair of the Council of Royal College of GPs and how doctors should challenge obesity. Portrayals of motherhood - photographers Elinor Carucci and Ana Casas Broda on their unusually frank and sensuous depictions of being a mother.
Former New Zealand PM Helen Clark. Natalie Coleman Cooks the Perfect...scallops. Is it ever okay to spy on your own children? Columnist Annalisa Barbieri and novelist Amanda Craig discuss, and we hear listeners' experiences.
Guytra Bahadur tells us about the family history that led her to explore the lives of indentured women working for plantation owners in British Guyana in her book Coolie Woman.
Presented by Jane Garvey
Produced by Katie Langton.
|Interviewed Guest||Clare Gerada|
|Interviewed Guest||Jane DeVille-Almond|
|Interviewed Guest||Elinor Carucci|
|Interviewed Guest||Ana Casas Broda|
|Interviewed Guest||Helen Clark|
|Interviewed Guest||Natalie Coleman|
|Interviewed Guest||Annalisa Barbieri|
|Interviewed Guest||Amanda Craig|
|Interviewed Guest||Gaiutra Bahadur|
|Interviewed Guest||Alexandra Roach|
- Sat 26 Oct 2013 16:00