Children and anxiety, What next for Hillary Clinton?, Sarah Ladipo Manyika, Women and Scottish Gaelic folk songs
As Donald Trump is elected 45th president of the USA, what next for Hillary Clinton? Jenni speaks to Kelly Dittmar Assistant Research Professor at the Centre for American Women and Politics at Rutgers University New Jersey. She also hears about the four successful women who have made history in this election.
New Childline data from the NSPCC reports a rise in the number of children contacting them about anxiety. What is behind this reported increase and what can be done to support children and young people when it becomes a problem? With Emily Cherry, Head of Childline Young Campaigners, and Isabella Goldie of the Mental Health Foundation.
Sarah Ladipo Manyika on her novella Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun, and why she decided to write about a woman approaching her 75th year.
Scottish Gaellic folk songs, the women who wrote and performed them and the bawdy references that have been lost over time. With folksinger Anne Martin and Dr Peter Mackay.
The WISE Awards celebrate talented women leading the way in science, technology, maths and engineering. Jenni speaks to two nominees Linda Miller, Project Manager of Crossrail's Farringdon Station and Clare Elwell, Professor of Medical Physics at University College London.
Presenter: Jenni Murray
Producer: Caroline Donne.
Anxiety and children
|Interviewed Guest||Kelly Dittmar|
|Interviewed Guest||Emily Cherry|
|Interviewed Guest||Isabella Goldie|
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Ladipo Manyika|
|Interviewed Guest||Linda Miller|
|Interviewed Guest||Clare Elwell|
|Interviewed Guest||Anne Martin|
|Interviewed Guest||Peter Mackay|