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Woman's Hour

Kanya King, Claire Foy, Angel Olsen

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FM

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The Mobo Awards are now in their 21st year. We hear from founder Kanya King about what they have achieved and why she believes they're still relevant today.

We hear from Josie Bevan whose husband is in prison for fraud. She describes the impact his prison sentence has had on her and her daughter's lives and why she's decided to write a blog about her experiences of the Justice system.

We hear about the influential women in the world of culture and arts who may be on this year's Woman's Hour Powerlist. The TV critic for the Guardian Julia Raeside, the literary critic Alex Clark and the artistic director of the South Bank Jude Kelly discuss who they would suggest and why.

Dr Anton Emmanuel, Consultant Gastroenterologist at University College Hospital, tells us why women may experience increased flatulence as they get older.

Acclaimed US folk and indie rock singer and guitarist Angel Olsen talks about her music and her new album, My Woman, and performs a unique solo performance, live in the Woman's Hour studio.

Plus the actor Claire Foy tells us about her latest role playing the young Queen Elizabeth ll in the new Netflix series 'The Crown'.

Presented by Jane Garvey
Produced by Rabeka Nurmahomed
Edited by Jane Thurlow. Show less


Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest:
Kanya King
Interviewed Guest:
Josie Bevan
Interviewed Guest:
Julia Raeside
Interviewed Guest:
Alex Clark
Interviewed Guest:
Jude Kelly
Interviewed Guest:
Anton Emmanuel
Interviewed Guest:
Angel Olsen
Interviewed Guest:
Claire Foy

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