Helping kids sleep, Dame Valerie Beral, WWI pregnancies, Precious Awards 2015
Techniques to get children to go to sleep; Dame Valerie Beral on reproductive health; pregnancy and childbirth 100 years ago; and awards for Black and Asian women in business 2015.
Techniques to get your children to go to sleep with Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin, author of "The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep," and Vicki Dawson, founder of The Children's Sleep Charity.
Epidemiologist Dame Valerie Beral on using the Million Women Study to investigate how a woman's reproductive history can affect her health. She talks about her concerns with HRT and why she believes the contraceptive Pill has received unfair bad publicity.
Working women's experience of pregnancy and childbirth 100 years ago with Dr Gill Scott, historian of the Women's Co-operative Guild, and actor Rachel Shelley, whose character in the BBC Radio 4 drama Home Front has lost her three-week old son in a cot death.
Precious Awards founder, Foluke Akinlose discusses what the 2015 event means for Black and Asian women in Business, along with one of the winners, Kerrine Bryan, a Principal Electrical Engineer.
Presenter: Emma Barnett
Producer: Rebecca Myatt.
Foluke Akinlose and Kerrine Bryan discusses the awards for Black and Asian business women
Sleep and children
Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin and Vicki Dawson talk about getting children to sleep
Epidemiologist Dame Valerie Beral
She talks about HRT and why the contraceptive Pill has received unfair bad publicity
Childbirth 100 years ago for working women
Dr Gill Scott and Rachel Shelley talk about motherhood and infant mortality 100 years ago
Role Contributor Presenter Emma Barnett Interviewed Guest Foluke Akinlose Interviewed Guest Kerrine Bryan Interviewed Guest Carl-Johan Forssen Ehrlin Interviewed Guest Vicki Dawson Interviewed Guest Valerie Beral Interviewed Guest Rachel Shelley Interviewed Guest Gill Scott Producer Rebecca Myatt
- Fri 16 Oct 2015 10:00