Nigel Slater, New HRT guidelines, Astronaut Sandra Magnus, Sloane Crosley
What do new Nice guidelines mean for women facing the menopause? With Jenni Murray.
As the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) launches its first clinical guideline on diagnosing and managing menopause Jenni talks to Melanie Davies Clinical Director of the Guideline Centre and Consultant Gynaecologist and GP, Dr Sarah Jarvis about what the guidelines mean for women experiencing symptoms that impact significantly on their daily lives.
Nigel Slater cooks the perfect autumn cake and talks about his new seasonally inspired cookbook 'A Year of Good Eating'.
Professor Aileen Ribeiro deconstructs the portrait of Mary Wollstonecraft hanging in the National Portrait Gallery.
Astronaut Sandra Magnus talks about her life in engineering, ahead of speaking at the WISE (Women in Science and Engineering) Awards.
Sloane Crosley made her name with essays about her own life as a young woman in New York. Now she's published her first novel, The Clasp, which is a comedy inspired by a tragic short story, The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant.
Presenter: Jenni Murray
Producer: Eleanor Garland.
HRT - NICE guidelines
Melanie Davies & Dr Sarah Jarvis discuss the effect on women going through the menopause
Astronaut Sandra Magnus
Sandra talks about her life, her education and what it's like on the ISS
Nigel cooks the perfect autumn cake and talks about the 'demonising' of foods
Sloane disscusses her book - a comedy inspired by The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant
Mary Wollestonecraft - A Portrait of Fashion
Aileen Ribeiro on the portrait of Mary Wollstonecraft in the National Portrait Gallery
Role Contributor Presenter Jenni Murray Interviewed Guest Melanie Davies Interviewed Guest Sarah Jarvis Interviewed Guest Nigel Slater Interviewed Guest Aileen Ribeiro Interviewed Guest Sandra Magnus Interviewed Guest Sloane Crosley Producer Eleanor Garland
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