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Reality TV star Katie Price guest edits Woman's Hour Takeover 2018

Katie Prices asks at what stage online abuse should become a criminal offence, why aren't there more rides for disabled children at theme parks and should paparazzi wear passes?

This week it's Woman's Hour Takeover 2018 and five guest editors join the programme to choose the editorial content, one edition each. Today it's the turn of Katie Price, reality TV star, former glamour model, novelist and business woman. Katie will be explaining why each of these topics are important to her and asking Professor David Ormerod QC, Law Commissioner for England and Wales at what stage trolling and online abuse should become a criminal offence; Dawn Childs, Group Engineering Director for Merlin Entertainments Group and Paul Kelly, Chief Executive of British Association of Leisure Parks, Piers and Attractions (BALPPA) why there aren't more rides available for disabled children at theme parks and Trevor Adams, CEO of photo agency Matrix and Charlotte Dewar, Director of Operations at the Independent Press Standards Organisation whether the paparazzi should wear passes to show they are paps and not just men with cameras.

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58 minutes


  • Katie Price

    Duration: 07:37

  • Online Abuse

    Duration: 13:01

  • Theme Park Rides

    Duration: 10:10

  • Paparazzi

    Duration: 11:22


Role Contributor
Presenter Katie Price
Interviewed Guest David Ormerod
Interviewed Guest Dawn Childs
Interviewed Guest Paul Kelly
Interviewed Guest Trevor Adams
Interviewed Guest Charlotte Dewar


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