BBC Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, Diane Morgan, Clinic Investigation, Divorce

4/15/2022 5:46:00 PM

Philomena Cunk, Mandy and Liz in Motherland; some of the parts played by Diane Morgan.

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Philomena Cunk, Mandy and Liz in Motherland; some of the parts played by Diane Morgan.

Show moreThe actor, writer and comedian Diane Morgan. She started her career as a stand-up but you may know her best as the ill-informed interviewer Philomena Cunk, or laid back Liz in the parenting sitcom Motherland, or even Kath in Ricky’s Gervais series After Life. She’s also written, directed and starred in her own comedy series Mandy about a woman who's got big dreams but can’t be bothered to do the work to get there, and whose short lived jobs are a disaster. Now she's in Inside Number 9 on BBC 2.

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NASUWT Segment on teachers starts at 16 minutes in. Its a symptom of a disintegrating society where the roles Covid has shown us are most important/crucial (NHS, teachers, age care etc) are regarded as unimportant in terms of salary. A very bad road to be on. missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais Loved this interview, such such inspirational woman missdianemorgan

missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais Love everything she does. Cunk on Britain and Mandy are also genius. missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais I like her, she’s clever. missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais A legend and lovely. Philomena Cunk is my inspirational and educational hero. I've learnt a lot from her......and she looks a bit like Diane.

missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais Inside number 9 is probably one of the best series ever. insidenumber9 missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais When Tony got Kath to use “cunt” in the best way ever I died a little. Hilarious. missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais Great fan of Diane Morgan love Motherland ❤

missdianemorgan Chloetilley rickygervais Brilliant woman. Love all her stuff, with a particular soft spot for the wonderfully daft Mandy. missdianemorgan Chloetilley She was great on Charlie Brooker's Annual Wipe. Can it come back again please? missdianemorgan Chloetilley Absolutely brilliant! X

BBC Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, Dame Barbara Woodward; Maggie Oliver on police apology to grooming victimsTwo new authors tanyashadrick and georginascull both experienced near-death experiences in their 30s. They discuss how they have since learnt to live more fully in their 'second' life Emmabarnett MaggieOliverUK make this lady a Dame please...so disgusting what those poor underage girls went through!!

BBC Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, 15/04/2022'I'd been so blind as to how much it was affecting the kids'. In our series Life After Divorce, a woman we are calling Amina shares her story. Listen here: NASUWT Completely agree with what your interviewee is saying. Exactly my experience as a secondary school teacher NASUWT This is so wrong. X

BBC Radio 4 - Woman's Hour, Meera Syal in 'Roar', Women prisoners facing racism report, 'Goblin mode', Single women Ukrainian refugees, Esme YoungHave you got an inner goblin? Do you ever let it out? ionegamble and halimajibril tells us more about the new social media trend which celebrates our inner slob: MeeraSyal Chloetilley If there was a BBC Men's Hour we could offer free publicity to self-victimising men too. DefundTheBBC MeeraSyal Chloetilley Chloetilley MeeraSyal (Paula) fitting drama with new 'no fault' divorce legislation....!? MeeraSyal What self-indulgent drivel.

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Women's voices and women's lives - topical conversations to inform, challenge and inspire.Show more Throughout April the UK holds the presidency of the United Nation’s Security Council as the world focuses its attention on the war in Ukraine.Related Content.In a new 8-part series 'Roar' Meera Syal plays Anu, a character making radical life changes in 'The Woman Who Returned her Husband' Show more Described as 'darkly comic feminist fables' ‘Roar’ is a new eight-part drama series adapted from Cecilia Aherne's short story collection.

Show more The actor, writer and comedian Diane Morgan. She started her career as a stand-up but you may know her best as the ill-informed interviewer Philomena Cunk, or laid back Liz in the parenting sitcom Motherland, or even Kath in Ricky’s Gervais series After Life. She talks to Emma about her priorities and plans for a new global code of conduct to improve the pursuit of justice for survivors of conflict-related sexual violence. She’s also written, directed and starred in her own comedy series Mandy about a woman who's got big dreams but can’t be bothered to do the work to get there, and whose short lived jobs are a disaster. Now she's in Inside Number 9 on BBC 2. The apology comes exactly a decade after the 2012 trial that resulted in some members of the gangs being convicted for their crimes. Police in Northern Ireland are investigating a clinic in Belfast which claims to help infertile couples have a baby. Their accounts of indirect and direct racism have been described as shocking and distressing The report is compiled by the Criminal Justice Alliance in collaboration with the Independent Monitoring Boards.

The police investigation follows a BBC Northern Ireland documentary called The Babymaker Uncovered. Two new authors, Georgina Scull and Tanya Shadrick, both open their books with a description of how they came very close to death in their thirties. The clinic is called Logan Wellbeing and Medical and is run by Ruth Ellen Logan who claims that she was trained in America. She's been offering treatments like massage and reflexology, as well a IV drips and vitamin injections. Their books are Regrets of the Dying and The Cure for Sleep. Women who are desperate for a child, including some who are medically menopausal, have spent thousands. We speak to reporter, Jennifer O’Leary and fertility expert Professor Alison Murdoch. This week, Alice Walker from Derbyshire became the oldest female winner of the BBC quiz show Mastermind. So why are generation Z women turning their back on the gym going, smoothy drinking, ‘It’ girl whose aim is self-improvement, to reveal their inner goblins to the world? To explain more we hear from Ione Gamble, writer and editor-in-chief of Polyester zine and podcast and Halima Jibril, writer and editor of Ashamed zine.

In the second part of our new series on divorce, our reporter Henrietta Harrison meets Amina who talks about the impact it's had not just on her but on her parents too. And we talk to Kate Jayden who's completed 100 marathons in 100 days. Show less. She was raising money for charity and describes what kept her putting one foot in front of the other. Show less .