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Woman's Hour

Young fussy eaters, The Kingdom of Women and Twelfth Day

Duration: 58 minutes

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

Available for over a year

How should you deal with young fussy eaters in your family? Ciara Attwell of and Professor Jackie Blissett discuss.

Post Brexit we examine the impact of the 'self suffiency' rule on EU nationals living in the UK with unpaid caring roles. We hear from Birgit who has been married to a UK citizen for 17 years and has two children. She is concerned that her role as a stay at home mum may disqualify her for Permanent Residency. Colin Yeo is a barrister specialising in UK immigration law discusses.

In a new series looking at single parenthood Cherry Healey speaks to Rupa about her decision to use a sperm donor to conceive her daughter.

Choo Waihong is a former corporate lawyer in Singapore who spends time with the Mosuo tribe in Yunan province in China, close to the border with Tibet. She explains how the tribe works and her role within it.

Tamsin Grieg talks about her latest role playing Malvolia in Shakespeare's classic comedy of mistaken identity 'Twelfth Night'.

We examine how women have been portrayed in TV adverts over the past 50 years with Lindsey Clay the CEO of Thinkbox and Aline Santos the Executive Vice President of Global Marketing at Unilever.

And we have music and chat from the band Twelfth Day made up of Orcadian fiddler Catriona Price and Peebles Harpist Esther Swift.

Presented by Jenni Murray
Producer: Rabeka Nurmahomed
Editor: Jane Thurlow. Show less


Jenni Murray
Interviewed Guest:
Ciara Atwell
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Colin Yeo
Interviewed Guest:
Cherry Healey
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Choo Waihong
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Tamsin Greig
Interviewed Guest:
Lindsay Cley
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Aline Santos
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Catriona Price
Interviewed Guest:
Esther Swift

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