Jenna Coleman, Women and Olympics, Calcium Supplements
Programme that offers a female perspective on the world. Jenna Coleman discusses her TV role as young Queen Victoria. Plus the pressures faced by young people who come out as gay.
Jenna Coleman on her new TV role as young Queen Victoria .
After the Olympics triumph for so many sports women, will they continue to remain visible? Jane speaks to Sarah Shephard Features Editor at Sport Magazine.
The psychological pressures faced by young people who come out as gay, lesbian and bisexual. Jane is joined by Matthew Todd, the Editor of Attitude magazine, whose new book, Straight Jacket: How To be Gay And Happy, tries to break the silence around the anxiety, depression and addiction that they experience.
A study suggests that calcium supplements may increase dementia risk for stroke survivors. Jane speaks to Professor Tahir Masud, from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust about what this means for women who take calcium supplements.
Sian's story: the first in a series in which women describe how their creativity has helped them deal with serious illness.
Presenter: Jane Garvey
Producer: Caroline Donne.
Women's Sports on Television
Sarah Shephard on why there is a lack of women's sport on TV.
The actor on her career and her new series in which she plays a young Queen Victoria.
Illness and Creativity
Sian describes how creativity has helped her deal with her non-Hodgkins lymphoma.
Professor Tahir Masud on the risks for women who take calcium supplements after a stroke.
Psychological Pressures Faced By Young Gay, Lesbian and bisexual people
Matthew Todd on the taboo around the anxiety, depression & addiction they experience.
Role Contributor Presenter Jane Garvey Producer Caroline Donne Interviewed Guest Jenna Coleman Interviewed Guest Matthew Todd Interviewed Guest Tahir Masud Interviewed Guest Sarah Shephard
Late Night Woman's Hour