Rochelle 'Rocky' Clark, Alicia Glen, Magda Szubanski
Rochelle 'Rocky' Clark talks about becoming England's most capped rugby player. New York City's deputy mayor, Alicia Glen talks about policies to stop the perpetuation of low pay.
Rochelle 'Rocky' Clark talks to Jane about her long and distinguished rugby-playing career and her latest achievement of becoming England's most capped rugby player.
New York City's deputy mayor, Alicia Glen, talks about the city's plans to stop the perpetuation of low pay among their employers and so start to close the wage gap for women and minorities.
As part of our anniversary celebrations, Lauren Laverne has done us a playlist - 70 tracks for our 70 years. Today it's the Noughties.
Actor Magda Szubanski, star of Australian comedy Kath & Kim and the hit film, Babe, discusses her memoir, Reckoning.
Our drama this week is D for Dexter, part of this year's Children in Need Appeal. In its third series, the focus of the story is food poverty. Jane talk to the writer of the drama, Amanda Whittington, and to Robbie Davison, from Can Cook, one of the organisations, funded by Children in Need, and which helped to inspire the drama.
Presenter: Jane Garvey
Producer: Lucinda Montefiore.
|Interviewed Guest||Rochelle Clark|
|Interviewed Guest||Alicia Glen|
|Interviewed Guest||Lauren Laverne|
|Interviewed Guest||Magda Szubanski|
|Interviewed Guest||Amanda Whittington|
|Interviewed Guest||Robbie Davison|