Weekend Woman's Hour: Period Inequality, Dr Katriona O’Sullivan, Electropop duo Let’s Eat Grandma
The Turkish elections and female voters
Independent Inquiry into child sexual abuse, writer Katriona O'Sullivan, electric cars, fertility laws in France
Adoption, Protesting Indian Wrestlers, Naoise Dolan
Women of Northern Ireland; Baroness Nicky Morgan; Looking good for your age; Menopause drugs update
Kesha, Kissing, Holly Smale on The Cassandra Complex, 'Depp v Heard' series, Manisha Tailor, assistant head of coaching at QPR
Weekend Woman's Hour: Activist Masih Alinejad, Malorie Blackman, Bel Powley and Kate Ferdinand
Weekend Woman's Hour: Maternal mental health; Actors Laura Dern and Diane Ladd & Comedy drama Black Ops
Plaid Cymru & culture of harassment, Egg freezing, Taylor Swift, Lisa Selby & Blue Bag Life, Wrexham and DJ Katie Owen
Can I ask you to introduce the music which is used in the middle of this episod?
this is great news about mother's names!!👌
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This feels too much like a parenting podcast. Parenting should no longer be viewed as a women's issue. Put this young family's struggles in a BBC podcast for everyone. Bring it to men's attention. I'm tired of women's spaces being overtaken with discussions of children and parenting. Please stop reinforcing society's message that parenting is just a women's issue and that men who are active parents are somehow stepping into a woman's domain.
Having worked as a civilian in a North Western force in two front line roles I can wholeheartedly sympathise with what Sarah has described. Albeit I never had petrol bombs thrown at me, I was subjected to threatening and abusive situations, sights of unimaginable horror. The only time I was offered any therapy as such was prior and post visit to Thailand working for the home office. When the OC therapist said to me "your department has the highest rate of sickness due to depression and stress, why do you think that is!? Err... probably because there is no system in place to get counselling... Yeah it's pretty shit isn't it, he replied. I could go on about the macho culture it probably still exists albeit glossed over by diversity training that let's people talk the talk but fails to change thinking on a more sincere level. "Sarah" I wish you all the very best with your recovery now you're out of 'the job'. JC x
Scrap the TV license.
Parts of this are incredibly fascinating!
Can we get addresses to the guests social media profiles or websites?
Corduroy - me and a number of friends were told to leave a pub in Ebbw Vale in 1971 because some of us were wearing needlecords. There were about 25 of us. We weren't misbehaving or drunk but it was their policy to eject anyone wearing cords!
I have been charged more for shoe repairs as my boots were big!!