March 4th, 2015
Episode 160 of 722 episodes
The Oxford abuse report: did social workers and police turn a blind eye? We speak to the mother of one of the victims. As we head towards the general election, we hear from journalist Susan McKay on the big issues concerning women in Northern Ireland. Visual Sociologist Emma Dabiri has an Irish mum and a Nigerian dad. She talks to Jane about the issues surrounding being mixed race today. Marie Jalowicz Simon survived in wartime Berlin by going underground. After the war she became a professor of philosophy, married and had a family. Jane is joined by her son, Hermann Simon who recorded her stories, and by the writer Lisa Appignanesi.