One to One
One to One - A series of interview programmes in which well respected broadcasters follow their personal passions by talking to the people whose stories interest them most.
One to One: Christina Lamb talks to Lady Khadija.
Christina Lamb, foreign correspondent with the Sunday Times speaks to Lady Khadija, daughter of the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin, who grew up unaware of her father's brutal legacy. Producer:Perminder Khatkar.
Dátum: 2015-04-07 Idő: 09:45:00
One to One:Christina Lamb talks to Ziauddin Yousafzai.
Christina Lamb, foreign correspondent with the Sunday Times talks to the father of Malala,Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose own legacy has been overshadowed by his daughter's fame.Producer: Perminder Khatkar.
Dátum: 2015-03-31 Idő: 10:45:00
One to One Christina Lamb talks to Adam Hargreaves.
Christina Lamb, foreign correspondent for the Sunday Times, talks to Adam Hargreaves about the Mr Men books in the first of this three part series on family legacies.
Dátum: 2015-03-24 Idő: 11:15:00
Zubeida Malik and Raja Tahir Masood
Journalist Zubeida Malik is exploring the nature of Britain's changing communities. Today she meets a chronicler of Peterborough's Pakistani community - Raja Tahir Masood.
Dátum: 2015-03-17 Idő: 09:45:00
10 Mar 2015 Zubeida Malik meets Sister Christine Frost
Zubeida Malik is a journalist who works mostly as a reporter for the Today programme. For the next two weeks she's taking over the One to One microphone to explore the nature of Britain's changing communities. In this first programme she meets Sister Christine Frost, a Roman Catholic nun who has lived and worked in east London for over forty years.
Dátum: 2015-03-10 Idő: 09:45:00
OnetoOne:24/2/15 John Harris talks to Penny Andrews
John Harris, of the Guardian, talks to Penny Andrews, a university researcher, about living with autism and what it meant to receive that diagnosis when she was in her thirties.
Dátum: 2015-02-24 Idő: 09:45:00
OnetoOne:17/2/15 John Harris talks to Simon Baron Cohen
Guardian journalist, John Harris, father of an autistic son, talks to Professor Simon Baron-Cohen, Director of the Autism Research Centre at Cambridge University.
Dátum: 2015-02-17 Idő: 09:45:00
Charlotte Smith talks to Sarah O'Donoghue
Charlotte Smith talks to Sarah O'Donoghue who, when her eighteen year old son was killed in a freak accident, felt loathe to turn to self help groups for comfort. Producer: Lucy Lunt
Dátum: 2015-02-10 Idő: 09:40:00
Charlotte Smith meets Gill Hollis
Charlotte Smith was diagnosed with a rare form of chronic lung disease, lymphangioleiomyomatosis (now known as LAM) three years ago. She immediately went onto the internet and linked up with other sufferers on a dedicated website. Gill Hollis was diagnosed in 1992 before there was a self-help group. Charlotte and Gill discuss the positives and negatives of self help groups for those with chronic illnesses. Does it help or hinder acceptance or simply build up false hope and increase dependency? Producer: Lucy Lunt
Dátum: 2015-02-03 Idő: 09:46:00