Here I am with the lovely Olly Mann on the Daybreak sofa explaining how I was savaged while speeding down a sand dune in Cornwall. Mann thought it was rather like a dream. I try to convince him it actually was a nightmare. Before I got rescued, that is…
Rosie in the official bits of France which are not actually in the country we all know and love as France. This 2min clip sequence shows some of the highlights from our trip around the far flung French world, which we documented in six TV shows entitled Croissant in the Jungle. Get ready for a giant tarantula, a very dead iguana, lots of French people being French and some lovely Gallic musical noodling while dolphins play. There is also a very embarrassing shot of me doing some Polynesian dancing.
BBC Radio 4
Sunday 13th May 2012 | 9:15am BBC Radio 4
Here I am on Radio 4′s BH programme extolling the joys of camping in the rain with your children. And singing Leonard Cohen around the campfire at night!
Radio4 Woman's Hour
Children in galleries
Thursday 16 February 10.10 am BBC RADIO 4
A survey just out reveals that millions of children have never visited an art gallery, a theatre or a stage show. The research, which was commissioned by Visit Birmingham, covered 5-12 year olds, and suggests that four out of ten children have never seen the inside of an art gallery and 17 percent have never visited a museum with their parents. Is it a good idea to introduce your children to art and culture, or are gallery and museum visits with younger children a waste of time if they’re just not interested? And if you are keen to make sure your child knows their Monet from their Michelangelo – what’s the best way to go about it? Jenni Murray discusses with Jeanette Winterson and Rosie Millard.
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