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Late Night Woman’s Hour assumes that all women think about is dating, desire and drinking

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5 September 2015

9:00 AM

5 September 2015

9:00 AM

Late Night Woman’s Hour has created a Twitter storm with its twice-weekly (Thursdays and Fridays) doses of ‘mischievous and unbridled conversation’. The 11 p.m.–midnight slot is an ideal opportunity for cardigans to be unbuttoned and tongues unloosed, a chance to show that Radio 4’s venerable magazine programme for women can still shake up the station.

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