Agony Aunts, Katy Morgan-Davis, Women as Councillors,
Now that we can google everything, do we still need agony aunts to offer us comfort and advice? Population growth and how to stabilise it through universal access to contraception.
Now that we can google everything do we still need agony aunts to push us in the right direction and offer us comfort and advice?
In 2013 Katy escaped a communist cult in south London after 30 years in captivity. The story made headlines around the world. But what was most shocking is that Katy was born into the collective. it was all she had ever known. Five years on, Katy has written a memoir about her life, Caged Bird.
Only 33% of local councillors are women. We've been following 2 women who stood as local councillors for the first time in the local Elections last week. Kindy Sandhu stood as a Labour councillor in Earlsdon, Coventry.
On 9 May inclusive dance company Step Change Studios will present FUSION - the UK's first inclusive Latin and Ballroom dance-inspired showcase at Sadler's Wells Lilian Baylis Studio. Jane talks to the founder of the dance company and to one of the performers.
Presenter: Jane Garvey
Interviewed guest: Katy Morgan-Davis
Interviewed guest: Viv Groskop
Interviewed guest: Gemma Cairney
Interviewed guest: Kindy Sandhu
Interviewed guest: Rashmi Becker
Interviewed guest: Adrienne Armorer
Reporter: Felicity Finch
Producer: Lucinda Montefiore.
Agony Aunts – Why Ask Their Advice When You Can Find Out What The Experts Think
Women as Councillors
Step Change – Inclusive Dance Company
Role Contributor Presenter Jane Garvey Interviewed Guest Katy Morgan-Davis Interviewed Guest Viv Groskop Interviewed Guest Gemma Cairney Interviewed Guest Kindy Sandhu Interviewed Guest Rashmi Becker Interviewed Guest Adrienne Armorer Reporter Felicity Finch Producer Lucinda Montefiore