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In Conversation Live with Mariella Frostrup
Mariella Frostrup, Broadcaster, Columnist, and Author, will be joining Professor Henrietta Bowden-Jones OBE, RSM Psychiatry Section President, for a discussion about her career, how COVID-19 has impacted our relationships, and her new book ‘Cracking the Menopause: While keeping yourself together’ which has been described as an essential read that separates the myths from the reality, offers expertise, hope and advice with a generous side order of humour.

Mariella is one of the UK’s most respected broadcasters and columnists. Her contribution to arts and literature along with her advocacy on gender and social issues have placed her at the forefront of the cultural landscape.

In her early years, Mariella worked as a public relations executive for Phonogram Records between 1980 and 1990 and coordinated the publicity for the Live Aid concert at Wembley in 1985. After leaving Phonogram, she started television work as a presenter and film critic. Since then she has presented music shows, film and art critique shows and more.

Mariella has written for numerous newspapers including The Daily Telegraph as a travel writer, The Guardian, and The Observer. For 20 years she was The Observer's agony aunt on its relationships page.

Recently, Mariella made the ground-breaking BBC1 documentary The Truth About the Menopause and she currently presents her own daily show on Times Radio covering issues of the day, from arts and culture to politics.

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Nov 17, 2021 07:00 PM in London

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