March 16th, 2016
Episode 522 of 764 episodes
What do you do when your baby won't go to sleep? We speak to parenting expert Sarah Ockwell-Smith, and Professor in Developmental Psychopathology University of Reading, Lynne Murray about the techniques available to help parents and how to find what works best for you and your baby. Following a screening of a documentary Behind Closed Doors - about domestic violence, which followed three cases of male on female domestic violence and their interaction with the Thames Valley Police Domestic Abuse Teams - we discussed the reality of the process for victims. Today, we look at the convictions and sentencing. How are the decisions made and why do they vary so much.'s there such a variety in the length of time with June Venters QC, and Dr Jane Monckton-Smith, a former police officer and a specialist in criminology and domestic homicide at the University of Gloucestershire. From the Rachel cut in Friends to Robin Wright's look in the House of Cards . We talk about great TV hair and how it translates from the screen to our local salon with BAFTA winning Hair and makeup designer Catherine Scoble and Director of Hair at the Francesco group, Anya Dellicompagni Fear of the dentist, dreaming about losing teeth and tooth brushing as a symbol of love and care, Psychotherapist Philippa Perry on what our teeth represent for us and what selfies might be doing to our self image.