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Woman's Hour

Charlotte Gainsbourg, Dyslexia, Rise in Child-on-Child Sexual Assault

Duration: 45 minutes

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

Available for over a year

BBC's Panorama has revealed a rise of 71% of reports to the Police of children sexually assaulting other children in the last four years. We explore what's behind this
disturbing trend.

Charlotte Gainsbourg, actress and singer, talks about her new album, being the child of famous parents, dealing with the death of her father when she was 19 and the
more recent loss of her sister,

Norway's national men's football team have just agreed a pay cut from 2018 to put the national women players on an equal footing. Would that ever happen here in
the UK? Presenter and football commentator, Jacqui Oatley, joins Jane to examine the state of the women's game here and discuss who might take on the role of
England women's manager with the departure of Mark Sampson.

Margaret Rooke, the mother of a teenage daughter with dyslexia has interviewed 100 children around the world about the disadvantages and strengths of living with
dyslexia. She, with teenager Leah, one of the interviewees in the book, discusses how dyslexia does not have to hold anyone back and how teachers and parents can
help.

As part of our Best Place To Be series, we looked at eight indicators including housing affordability. We speak to two women, one from a co-housing community in
Lancaster, another who lives in a "guardian" house in Halewood in Liverpool

Presenter: Jane Garvey
Producer: Lucinda Montefiore. Show less

Contributors

Presenter:
Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest:
Ros McNeil
Interviewed Guest:
Helen Westerman
Interviewed Guest:
Charlotte Gainsbourg
Interviewed Guest:
Jacqui Oatley
Interviewed Guest:
Margaret Rooke
Interviewed Guest:
Dawn Keyse
Interviewed Guest:
Eliza Szarbo

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