November 1st, 2014
Episode 42 of 725 episodes
Lena Dunham writes, directs and stars in the critically acclaimed series Girls. She discusses what it’s really like to be a twenty-something woman in New York. Should toddlers be using a dummy at the age of three? Are dummies a great way to soothe a child or a quick fix solution for mum and baby that can be hard to break? The Fleet Street legend Felicity Green talks about being part of the team in the 60s that oversaw the circulation of the Daily Mirror rise above five million. We hear from a woman who was abused as a 14 year old in a residential care home. Should we all embrace the right to change our appearance with cosmetic surgery? The radically changed appearance of actress Renee Zellweger has provoked a heated debate. Why?