Singer Paloma Faith, Poet Paula Meehan, Talking to children about consent
Paloma Faith on what inspired her new album, The Architect. Poet Paula Meehan reads 'The View from Under the Table' for Children in Need. And teaching children about consent.
Paloma Faith returns after having a baby with a new album The Architect,. She talks to Jenni about how her music is inspired by motherhood and what she calls 'politics with a small p'.
With sexual harassment allegations dominating the headlines, how should we be talking to our children about their sexual rights and responsibilities? In a short series with Relationships and Sex Education Specialist Rachel Fitzsimmons, Jenni asks how best to have this conversation with children of different ages.
Nadia Murad an Iraqi Yezidi tells us how she was abducted into slavery by members of ISIS. Now free, she's working to help survivors of genocide and human trafficking.
And as Radio 4 Celebrates Children in Need with poems on the theme of childhood award winning Irish poet Paula Meehan will be reading "The View from Under the Table"
Presenter Jenni Murray
Producer Beverley Purcell.
BBC Children In Need
|Interviewed Guest||Paloma Faith|
|Interviewed Guest||Nadia Murad|
|Interviewed Guest||Paula Meehan|
|Interviewed Guest||Rachel Fitzsimmons|