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Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post guest edits Woman's Hour Takeover 2018

Arianna Huffington on stress and burnout, people's relationships with technology, turning outrage into change and not thinking too much about what we wear.

Arianna Huffington guest edits today's Woman's Hour. Founder of The Huffington Post and CEO of Thrive Global she is passionate about the link between wellbeing and productivity and her four chosen topics explore these areas.

Ending the global stress and burnout epidemic, Jenni speaks to entrepreneur Jessica Huie on what led to her burnout and Jayne Sutton, a Health and Safety Consultant on how corporations can change it's culture.

Our relationship with technology, do we need to rethink it? Tanya Goodin, Founder of Time to Log off and Amy Orben, Psychology Lecturer at Oxford investigate the effect technology is having on us.

Living in an age of outrage and how to manage it, Guardian Columnist and author Zoe Williams explores why as a society we are so angry and how we can channel it positively and 'Hackney Heroine' turned Lib Dem campaigner Pauline Pearce on doing just that.

Arianna thinks women should spend less time worrying about what to wear, entrepreneur Jo Fairley and You Magazine Editor Jo Elvin debate who is quicker getting dressed in the morning.

Presenter: Jenni Murray
Producer: Elisa Kennedy.

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58 minutes

Credits

Role Contributor
Presenter Jenni Murray
Editor Arianna Huffington
Interviewed Guest Jessica Huie
Interviewed Guest Jayne Sutton
Interviewed Guest Tanya Goodin
Interviewed Guest Amy Orben
Interviewed Guest Zoe Williams
Interviewed Guest Pauline Pearce
Participant Arianna Huffington
Interviewed Guest Jo Fairley
Interviewed Guest Jo Elvin
Producer Elisa Kennedy

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