June 25th, 2016
Episode 616 of 828 episodes
The British soul singer Laura Mvula discusses the impact of sudden fame and what's inspired her latest album The Dreaming Room. Three young women Ruth Douglas, Beth Button and first time voter Jane Prinsley give us their reactions to the outcome of the EU Referendum. Tracey McDermott the acting Chief Executive of the Financial Conduct Authority tells us why didn't want the the top job. Schools across the UK will start sending students off for work experience in the next few weeks but what do you do if your child has a disability? Rowan Crosby a student from Wales and her dad Pete tell us about the challenges they've faced looking for a work placement. The actor Kim Cattrall tells us about the second series of the critically acclaimed comedy drama 'Sensitive Skin'. The author CJ Grace discusses her new book Adulterers Wife which asks should she stay or should she go? And we Cook the Perfect...Kimchi Fried Rice with the French trained, Korean-American Londoner Judy Joo.