Talking about miscarriage, Miranda Richardson, Leaving care
Nikki Bedi looks at miscarriage. Plus Miranda Richardson on May We Be Forgiven by AM Homes. And what are the challenges facing young people leaving children's homes?
Around one in five pregnancies end in miscarriage but it's a subject that people often struggle to talk about openly. Lisa Francesca Nand and David Kirk break the silence in a documentary 'First Heartbeat' which they made about their personal journey trying for a family and the miscarriages they experienced along the way.
Miranda Richardson was Chair of Judges in 2013 for the Women's Prize for Fiction which was awarded to May We Be Forgiven by A M Homes. Is it in line for winner of the Best of the Best?
Young people in residential care homes in the UK are expected to live independently from the age of 18. In the first of two special features for National Care Leavers Week Jo Morris speaks to Natalie a young woman who is preparing to leave the children's home where she has lived since the age of 14. Martin Crewe, Children's Services Director for Barnardos describes the challenges facing young people like Natalie.
Presenter: Nikki Bedi
Producer: Caroline Donne.
Lisa Francesca Nand and David Kirk document and share their experience
Miranda Richardson - Best of the Best
2013's Chair of Judge's discusses' A M Homes' May We Be Forgiven
17-year-old Natalie shares her experience of leaving care
NHS - What Happens After a Miscarriage
The Miscarriage Association
Cruse Bereavment Care
The Care Leavers' Association - National Care Leavers' Week
Role Contributor Presenter Nikki Bedi Interviewed Guest Lisa Francesca Nand Interviewed Guest David Kirk Interviewed Guest Miranda Richardson Interviewed Guest Martin Crewe Producer Caroline Donne