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Actress Kim Cattrall takes over BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour for a day

 

Actress Kim Cattrall is one of five influential women chosen to take over BBC Radio 4’s Women’s Hour, along with lingerie boss Michelle Mone and children’s author Dame Jacqueline Wilson.

The Liverpool-born star will be the first of the guest presenters, talking about subjects close to her heart alongside presenter Jane Garvey.

Kim’s edition will be broadcast on Monday September 14, 10am-11am, when she’ll be discussing choosing not to have children, as well as exploring the themes of growing older, being single later in life and coping with loss.

It will be the second time the long-running programme has handed over the reins to well known women. Last year JK Rowling, Doreen Lawrence, Kelly Holmes and Naomi Alderman were guest editors for a week.

Fans of Sex And The City star Kim are in luck this month with not only the Women’s Hour appearance, but also a TV role on Sky Arts on Thursday, 9pm.

Kim Cattrall in Sky Arts’ physical comedy Ruby Robinson

She kicks off the channel’s physical comedy season with Ruby Robinson, playing the title role of a woman sharing a dilapidated old old house with a troupe of acrobats. Ruby Robinson, Kim’s first physical comedy, is described as “an unusual, comic morality tale featuring mime, acrobatics and jaw-dropping feats of movement.”




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