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The author, blogger and podcaster Deborah James talks abut living with bowel cancer and why we all need to talk about poo.
Jayson Greene talks about dealing with the unexpected death of his two year old daughter Greta.
We discuss why the conversation around ageing can be so negative with Ashton Applewhite who is calling for a movement to end ageism in her book This Chair Rocks and with Maggy Piggott who’s book is called How to Age Joyfully.
Mary Loudon talks about her debut novel My House is Falling Down about infidelity and an adult love triangle.
The author, blogger and podcaster Deborah James talks abut living with bowel cancer and why we all need to talk about poo.
People in the UK have a worrying lack of knowledge about what constitutes a crime when it comes to the sexual abuse of children. Amanda Naylor from Barnado’s talks about the lastest YouGov Survey and why we need to be concerned about both young girls and boys and from Cris McCurley a member of the Law Society’s access to justice committee.
Lyra Mckee was killed in Londonderry just over a month ago. Her partner talks about living with Lyra why she’s been speaking at an equal marriage rally in Belfast.
As a new retrospective of the work of Posy Simmonds opens in London this week we discuss the significance of her work with the curator Paul Gravett, the UK Comics Laureate Hannah Berry and with Edith Pritchett a cartoonist.
Presented by Jenni Murray
Producer: Rabeka Nurmahomed
Editor: Jane Thurlow
English
United States

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