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Radio: The Hidden World Of Girls

Tina Fey hosts two excellent hour-long radio documentaries, based on the deceptively simple idea of telling the stories of young women around the world. The resulting shows, available to stream online, journey from South Dakota to Dublin via Russia and Jamaica, looking at topics as wide-ranging as the Taliban, contraception, environmental activism, hunting and the Beatles, with a contribution from Janelle Monáe.


TV: North Square

Garrow's Law returns for a third series on Sunday night. For a more contemporary take on the courtroom, 4Od has the entire series of the This Life-ish North Square, the 2000 legal drama by Peter Moffat (Kavanagh QC, Silk, Criminal Justice). Helen McCrory and Rupert Penry-Jones are two of the young barristers trying to make a go of their careers in Leeds.


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