Split Opinion podcast

Should our children be free-range?

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Amber Rudd and Flora Gill are joined by mother and designer Emma Bridgewater and ‘America's worst mother’ Lenore Skenazy, the President of the childrens non-profit Let Grow, to discuss the different ways to raise children today.


Producer: Ben Mitchell




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    Could going vegan save the world?

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    Amber Rudd and Flora Gill are joined by Sunday Times journalist Camilla Long and comedian Katherine Ryan to discuss if they feel free to express themselves in the age of cancel culture and whether or not it's true that you really can't say anything anymore.  Producer: Ben Mitchell 
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