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to think that Women's Hour is obsessed with cancer?

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GivePeasAChance Thu 27-Aug-09 17:16:16

Every fu*&ing time I turn on Women's Hour, they are bleating on about cancer.

Can't they just give it a rest?

Is there nothing else that women are concerned about?

londonartemis Thu 27-Aug-09 19:12:28

Well, the presenter Jenni Murray has gone through breast cancer in the last few a subject close to her heart.

GivePeasAChance Thu 27-Aug-09 20:25:55

I know. Its all just a bit morbid. And as a family beaten with the cancer stick, it gets on my tits

mrsboogie Thu 27-Aug-09 22:29:13

It puts me right off listening tbh

depresses me.

LightningBolt Thu 27-Aug-09 22:31:13

LOL,yes,a bit.I do love WH though.It gets me through the washing up/hanging out washing/cleaning kitchen time,and is infinitely better than anything on tv.

GrimmaTheNome Thu 27-Aug-09 22:34:00

TBH I'd not noticed a disproportionate amount of cancer coverage (though come to think I've not had the radio on much during the hols)

oneopinionatedmother Thu 27-Aug-09 22:34:23

yep, its cancer, or some other life-threatening disease, or abuse (if not in the UK, then in another country) - marriage problems occasionally pop p for some light relief. Quie often you finish that programme and go on to one of equal misery potential...

sometimes the play is good (We have to talk about Kevin? not that vomit-inducing production of Cherie money-grubbing Blairs bio though..>yech<)

LightningBolt Thu 27-Aug-09 22:35:58

I am quite enjoying this weeks "Book of the week" also.

jangly Thu 27-Aug-09 22:38:15

It used to be euthanasia. Years back.

GivePeasAChance Thu 27-Aug-09 22:38:31

Indeed OOM - the abuse obsession is also quite prolific - and also get on my tits

I think I am coming to the conclusion that WH gets on my tits and has disappeared up its own arse

OrmIrian Thu 27-Aug-09 22:40:41

I think you are right in the conclusion that WH is getting on your tits grin I only listen once a week so still enjoy it.

oneopinionatedmother Thu 27-Aug-09 22:45:50

they never talk about positive things...i mean i'm trying to think of things that have made me laugh....nope.

sometimes they dig up interesting musicians (though normally not very good, but interesting)

they cover parenting manuals >yawn< and 'new research' things but I generally find those totally unsuprising.
I find the attitude to childbirth and Breastfeeding annoying too (on the part of the presenters).

I really can't remember if it was ever any different though.

wigglybeezer Thu 27-Aug-09 22:47:54

I need regular holidays from womens' hour (and the archers too!), but would never give up Radio4.

oneopinionatedmother Thu 27-Aug-09 22:50:36

OOh no, radio 4 is the splashback of my life.

the Archers is sometimes one of the better things on.

GivePeasAChance Thu 27-Aug-09 22:58:28

LOL at "unsurprising"

That is it exactly

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