Last weekend Lucy Edwards made history when she became the first blind person to present on Radio 1. How did she begin her career in broadcasting?

After a six year battle, Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld were finally able, as a heterosexual couple, to opt for a civil partnership. They talk about how their campaign began and their plans for their future.

The power of the habit that’s become entrenched. How do habits form and how easy are they to break? Author Catherine Gray on her latest book – the Unexpected Joy of the Ordinary.

Plus, as the Teenage Cancer Trust reveals that nearly thirty per cent of the young people who need to be treated don’t have any discussion about the impact it might have on their fertility we ask; What difference can such a discussion make?

And we look at one of the big issues of the new decade, social care.

Presenter Jenni Murray
Producer Rosie Stopher
Editor Beverley Purcell

Guest; Catherine Gray
Guest; Lucy Edwards
Guest; Charles Keidan
Guest; Rebecca Steinfeld
Guest; Dr Heather McKee
Guest; Kate Raworth.
Guest; Angela Saini
Guest; Dr Sarah Jarvis
Guest; Bea Campbell.
Guest; Professor Pamela Kearns
Guest; Dr Louise Soanes
Guest; Ellie Waters