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.
0750 Paper Review
Tuesday 27 December 2011 | BBC London
This is an example of the paper review I often do on BBC London at 0750 in the morning; it’s such a hoot, I run in, (this sounds more impressive than it is, it’s really not far) – sit down with the papers and a cup of tea, tell them what I think, then run home again and take the kids to school. 0830 am and I’ve already digested all the news! Perfect.Listen to my Paper Review
BBC Radio 4
Towering Ambition - A Tale of Two Cities
Wednesday 14 July 2011 | 11.00-11.30am BBC RADIO 4
Rosie Millard explores whether skyscrapers – once seen as an essential accessory of a go-ahead, ambitious city – are really the best way to express pre-eminence and modernity.
In London, Mayor Boris Johnson, who pledged to stop the “plague of towers” promised by his predecessor, has given the go-ahead for a privately funded tower to mark the 2012 Olympics.Read more
BBC Radio 4
The Blitz - London
Sunday 5 to Friday 10 September | 10.45-11.00am BBC RADIO 4
To mark the 70th anniversary of the start of the London Blitz, broadcaster and author Rosie Millard examines the technology that was devised to defend the capital from German bombing.
The London Blitz started on 7 September 1940. In an attempt to crush British morale and force surrender from Churchill, Hitler ordered his bombers to embark upon a ferocious and sustained bombing campaign. By the time the bombing ended in May, thousands of people had been killed and over a million people had lost their homes.Read more
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