Woman's Hour

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Annabel Croft and Wimbledon 2016; EU Referendum and Its Effects on Lower Income Women

June 22nd, 2016

Episode 612 of 985 episodes

Economists Vicky Pryce and Ruth Lea discuss the possible impact of the outcome of the EU referendum on lower income women and how it could affect jobs and services. Former British No 1 and broadcaster Annabel Croft discusses women's tennis ahead of The Championships at Wimbledon Wendy Rowe, make-up artist to stars like Victoria Beckham and Sienna Miller, has published a beauty book with tips to help keep your skin healthy. It features over 70 recipes designed to nourish your skin from the inside out and give it what it needs to glow. Wendy joins Jane to share some of her secrets and delicious food. Tracey McDermott is acting Chief Executive of the Financial Conduct Authority. She speaks to Jane about how you hold some of the world's most complicated industries to account, the importance of asking stupid questions, and why she's decided to walk away from the top job.

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