Tuesday 28 August

Matthew

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Part 1: Hellos & Menu

Parts 2 & 3: No Such Thing As A Glass Ceiling?
First up: Is the glass ceiling a myth? That’s what Dragon’s Den star Hilary Devey reckons. She says women should stop whingeing about biological differences and get down to work. She says she is living proof that women can rise to the top.

I’m not sure if that bolsters her argument or kills it but we’ll take plenty of calls before it’s over to Kevin for the rest of today’s headlines.

Part 4: Today’s Papers

Part 5: Are Motorists A Soft Target?
After that: Councils want more powers to fine motorists for stuff like making illegal turns, using bus lanes or nudging into yellow boxes and a host of other misdemeanours. But is it about creating safer roads or do they see motorists as a cash cow?

Part 6: Ban Teens From Watching Sex Scenes?
Moving on: Should parents ban their teens from watching sexy scenes in movies?
A study’s found kids who watch films with sexual content - not just porn, but ordinary movies too - lose their virginity younger than their peers, sleep with more people, and are less likely to use a condom. So should mums and dads turn them off?

Part 7: No Kids At The Wedding
And finally: couple spend fortunes on their wedding day, spend months or years planning it... do they really want snotty nosed kids running about demanding chicken nuggets? More and more couples apparently do NOT. Are they being heartless or doing the rest of the guests a favour?

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Comments (4)

  • gb

    over 1 year ago

    gb

    Is it just me who cant get the first part?

  • Rupe

    over 1 year ago

    Rupe

    What winds me up is if I park on a yellow line bang a ticket Yet police cars can park with immunity on double yellows. You only have to look outside the local burger bars and fish and chip shops to see my point. If an emergency fair enough but IF police had to live by our rules they may have some sympathy

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  • josh morton

    over 1 year ago

    josh morton

    i have always been put behind while the women get the better job even if i have more experience in my profession in my experience women have always been put to management poisistions first before men

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