September 29th, 2015
Episode 376 of 919 episodes
What happens when you turn to yes parenting? Parenting coach and creator of Yes Parenting Bea Marshall and Mandy Stopard, child behaviour advisor discuss the pros and cons. Gaia Vince talks about becoming the first solo female writer to claim the Royal Society Winton Prize for Science Books, an award that's been going for nearly 30 years. Companies of over 250 might soon be obliged to publish what they pay their employees. What difference will this make in closing the pay gap that still exists between men and women 45 years after the introduction of the Equal Pay Act. Chef Sally Clarke prepares the perfect homemade pesto and talks to Jane about running her restaurant Clarkes for 30 successful years. Historian Alison Weir brings to life the lost Tudor Princess, Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox.
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