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Raye, 'Pink tax', Psychosis, Police

Jenni Murray presents as the programme covers BBC Music's Sound of 2017, experiencing psychosis during menopause, and Paula Sherriff calls to end sexist gender pricing.

Pop singer Raye on her music and life, and being number 3 in the BBC Music Sound of 2017 List.

Former Home Secretary Jacqui Smith and BBC Home Affairs Correspondent Danny Shaw discuss the possibility of a woman heading the Met and the appointment's impact.

Paula Sherriff MP, the Shadow Minister for Women & Equalities, talks about her successful campaigns against gender pricing, the significance of these developments, and her plans to fight for women in the future.

Postpartum Psychosis, a severe mental illness that affects some women following childbirth can return during the menopause, according to Ian Jones, Professor of Psychiatry and Director at the National Centre for Mental Health at Cardiff University. Jenni talks to Val who has experienced psychotic episodes and Professor Jones to find out how common it is, prevention, treatment and support.

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45 minutes


  • Police

    Duration: 10:31

  • RAYE

    Duration: 09:47

  • Postpartum Psychosis

    Duration: 09:42

  • Secretaries

    Duration: 05:11

  • Pink Tax

    Duration: 07:14


Role Contributor
Presenter Jenni Murray
Interviewed Guest RAYE
Interviewed Guest Val
Interviewed Guest Ian Jones
Interviewed Guest Paula Sherriff
Interviewed Guest Jacqui Smith
Interviewed Guest Danny Shaw


  • Thu 5 Jan 2017 10:00

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