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I normally love Woman's Hour, but...

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MrsMerryHenry Thu 26-Feb-09 18:11:35

bit stuck for ideas??

extremelychocolateymilkroll Fri 27-Feb-09 13:42:30

Link doesn't seem to work.

MrsMerryHenry Fri 27-Feb-09 15:36:55

how's this?

Basically it was an item saying 'save money by making your own lunch'. And that was about it. I listened partly out of incredulity and partly just to see whether I might have been missing out on something valuable. I wasn't

Actually, tell a lie, there were some really useful tips, something about using tupperware and something else about how you should include fresh fruit and veg. hmm Even a child could work that out for themselves.

noolia Fri 27-Feb-09 16:08:45

I had that and thought the same - "Thanks, at least now I know how to make a sandwich" Did you know that you should eat carbs (like bread) protein (could be in the form of a filling like tuna) fruit and veg (such as tomato, handily by concealed in the bread) and some dairy (like a yoghurt).
Also I quite liked the idea that most people listening are probably at home anyway - not really eat at-the-desk-types.

noolia Fri 27-Feb-09 16:09:13

I mean heard not had.

extremelychocolateymilkroll Fri 27-Feb-09 18:12:07

Thanks for the summary - won't waste time listening to the item now! I find it's always better with Woman's Hour to check what was on the programme and then see what I might be interested in listening to. My favourite tends to be the panel with Jane Garvey.

MrsMerryHenry Fri 27-Feb-09 19:57:20

I like Jane Garvey - find the panel a bit irritating at times, though.

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