India's trafficked children.
The people working in the front line of child trafficking in the Indian state of Orissa. Plus the portrayal of women in Roald Dahl's novels.
An estimated 1.2 million children are trafficked worldwide for sexual exploitation, In India 10% of human trafficking is international, while almost 90% is interstate. Nearly 40,000 children are abducted every year. In some cases, children are not abducted but sold by desperately poor families resort to selling their children themselves to survive. Young girls are more commonly trafficked this way, as the illegal practice of dowries persists, making girls a financial burden on their parents. We join reporter Catherine Carr in the Eastern state of Orissa, where she went to meet workers from the charity Love the One and other working in the front line of child trafficking.
Iceland's men's Football team may well have reached the quarter finals of Euro 2016 in France but the women's national team already outplay the men on the international stage. We speak to the women's team captain Margret Lara Vioarsdottir.
Plus novelist and critic Amanda Craig discusses women in Roald Dahl, from the kind and sweet Miss Honey, to the sinister witches. And we join listener Karel Lush for a big night out a Soul and 60s legends weekend at Brean Sands in Somerset as she indulges her passion for tribute bands.
India's Trafficked Children
We visit the Eastern state of Orissa & meet workers from the charity Love the One
Iceland's Women's Football Team
We speak to the women’s team captain Margret Lara Vioarsdottir
Karel Lush got in touch wanting to share her passion for live music
Roald Dahl Women in Fiction
Amanda Craig discusses the depiction of women in Roald Dahl's work
Role Contributor Presenter Jenni Murray Producer Beverley Purcell Interviewed Guest Catherine Carr Interviewed Guest Margret Lara Vioarsdottir Interviewed Guest Amanda Craig Interviewed Guest Karel Lush