Weekend Woman's Hour: Conservationist Sacha Dench. Domestic abuse and young women. Feminist Germaine Greer.
Conservationist Sacha Dench, domestic abuse and young women, US singer Rita Coolidge, BAME women in business, feminist Germaine Greer and the trend for creative and colourful hair.
Conservationist Sacha Dench tells us about her long distance flight following the migration of the endangered Bewick Swans, for which she was awarded the Britannia Trophy. Photo Credit WWT
Why is there still a gulf between how hard you work and what you can achieve in your career if you are a Black and Minority Ethnic woman?
Feminist and author Germaine Greer talks about the revised edition of The Change, Women Aging and the Menopause, which she first published 20 years ago.
The campaign to increase the maximum amount of time you can store your eggs if you freeze them for "social" rather than medical reasons.
As the latest ONS Crime Survey reveals that young women in their mid to late teens are in the age group most likely to experience domestic abuse, we hear from three young women now in their twenties about what happened to them in their first serious relationships.
Plus the Grammy award winning US singer Rita Coolidge discusses her 50 year career and her new album and Sophia Hilton owner of Not Another Salon in Brick Lane in London on the explosion of creative and colourful hair trends.
Presenter; Jenni Murray
Producer: Rabeka Nurmahomed
Editor: Beverley Purcell.
|Interviewed Guest||Kylie Baldwin|
|Interviewed Guest||Robert Winston|
|Interviewed Guest||Carolyn Payne|
|Interviewed Guest||Shola Mos-Shogbamimu|
|Interviewed Guest||Heather Melville|
|Interviewed Guest||Germaine Greer|
|Interviewed Guest||Rita Coolidge|
|Interviewed Guest||Sacha Dench|
|Interviewed Guest||Sophia Hilton|