April 4th, 2015
Episode 189 of 725 episodes
Katie Brayben, playing Carole King in the West End. Clare Grogan on her children's books. Steph Hagen takes Jane around the food bank she set up in the St Anne's estate in Nottingham. Chris Keates from the teachers' union NASUWT on discrimination against women teachers over 50 years old. Unity Spencer on her life as an artists and her parents Stanley Spencer and Hilda Carline. As many women are openly lusting after Poldark's Aiden Turner, Martin Daubney and Tanya Gold discuss whether the objectification of men by women is offensive. What statistics can tell us about sexual behaviour and why some sex surveys are important.
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