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Is going on holiday with another family ever a good idea? We discuss what works and why it can go wrong.
Polly Neate has been the Chief Executive of Women's Aid for the last five years. Friday was her last day in that role. She talked about her time in the women's charity sector and how she believes attitudes towards domestic abuse have changed since she started.
Jodie Whittaker has been cast as the first female Dr Who. So what impact has her casting made on fans of the programme? Joanne Harris the author of Doctor Who: The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Time Traveller and Kezia Newson the co-founder of the blog thetimeladies.com discuss.
Is there enough awareness around the different types of contraception and their impact they can have on mental health and relationships? Three young women Helena, Jeya and Oloni share their contraception experiences.
We Cook The Perfect Smoked Aubergine Salad with Dina Mousawi and Itab Azzam who worked with Syrian women in the Middle East and Europe to collect ideas for their book Syria: Recipes from Home.
Sylvia Brownrigg's new novel Pages for Her is a sequel to her 2001 book Pages for You and touches on the themes of motherhood and bisexuality. She discusses why she decided to write the sequel now.
The writer Ada Calhoun author of 'Wedding Toasts I'll Never Give' discusses what makes a successful marriage and how to cope with the boring bits.