Live music from folk duo Twelfth Day; The challenges of being a single mum; Playwright Lindsey Ferrentino.
Band "Twelfth Day" describes itself as a "two person quartet". Made-up of Orcadian fiddler Catriona Price, and Peebles Harpist Esther Swift, they join Jenni to discuss Highland and Lowland Scottish music, how they merge their roots with their classical training, and their decade-long musical partnership". Plus a live performance from their new album "Cracks in the Room"
Post Brexit - the impact of the "self sufficiency" rule on EU nationals living in the UK with unpaid caring roles. We hear one woman's story and speak to Colin Yeo a barrister specialising in UK immigration law .
Playwright Lindsey Ferrentino explains why she chose a female war veteran as the central character in her new play Ugly Lies the Bone which tells the story of Jess, who, after three tours in Afghanistan and months in a severe burns unit, finally returns home to a small town in Florida.
And more from Cherry Healey about being a single mum. Today Kirsty a single parent of a 5 year old girl - on the challenges she's facing because of ill health.
Presenter Jenni Murray
Producer Beverley Purcell.
|Interviewed Guest||Lindsey Ferrentino|
|Interviewed Guest||Catriona Price|
|Interviewed Guest||Esther Swift|
|Interviewed Guest||Colin Yeo|
|Interviewed Guest||Cherry Healey|