Deadline: April 30
This episode's guest was born in London, but has lived in several different countries across the world. We find out how Hina sees herself, in terms of nationality and why. Hina explains why she believes the country she identifies with deserves a visit and she treats us to a story from her childhood - which has a surprising source.
THE LIPSTICK BLONDES ( 6.02)
A ski mountaineer, Suzy Madge, takes us to an extremely high, cold and lonely place - the Mustagata mountain in China. Suzy is the leader of a group of women called The Lipstick Blondes who recently attempted to climb Mustagata mountain. She talks about a difficult decision she had to make on the expedition.
WOMEN AND FOOTBALL (5.43)
Women and football - do the two really go together? Major football competitions for women, such as the World Cup, often go barely noticed, whereas the whole world seems to stop when the men's matches are on. We hear from someone who's trying to change that.
Audio: BBC Learning English (6.00)
Britain is less happy than in the 1950s despite the fact that we are three times richer. So what exactly makes us happy? A new car, an expensive holiday or simply spending time with friends and family?
Join Rebecca and Kate as they discuss what makes them feel cheerful as well as hear from some experts about where we can find true happiness.
Video: The power of happiness (10.39)
Happiness seems to have almost magical properties.
Scientists claim it can make us more resilient and creative, harder working, healthier and even live longer.
CHILDHOOD MEMORIES (8.58)
An American boy relives some childhood memories. I think it's fun.
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