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Woman's Hour

Adwoa Aboah, Children and antidepressants, Clare Bowen

Duration: 45 minutes

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

Available for over a year

Model Adwoa Aboah is a firm favourite on all the big catwalks and has recently appeared on the cover of American Vogue, with models such as Liu Wen, Ashley Graham, and Gigi Hadid. But behind her successful career, she has suffered from years of depression and drug abuse. She speaks to Jenni about her battles with addiction and explains why she created her own foundation, Gurls Talk, to help other young women navigate their turbulent teenage years. Photo credit: Coach.

The award-winning series Nashville chronicles the lives of fictitious country singers in the famous Tennessee city. In her five seasons playing the role of Scarlett O'Connor, Australian-born actor and singer Clare Bowen has performed on a string of popular albums. In the midst of a Nashville UK tour she stopped her tour bus to talk to Jenni outside the Albert Hall in London.

What's the cause of a 12% rise in the number of young people being prescribed drugs to treat depression and anxiety? Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard who chairs the Royal College of General Practitioners discusses the figures from NHS England.

London born chef, Selin Kiazim combines the flavours of her Turkish-Cypriot heritage with her modern style of cooking. She joins Jenni in the studio to Cook The Perfect...Buttered Freekeh with Chickpeas, Green Olives, Currants & Pistachios.

Presenter: Jenni Murray
Producer: Laura Northedge. Show less

Contributors

Interviewed Guest:
Adwoa Aboah
Interviewed Guest:
Clare Bowen
Interviewed Guest:
Charles Esten
Interviewed Guest:
Helen Stokes-Lampard
Interviewed Guest:
Selin Kiazim
Presenter:
Jenni Murray

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