BBC The Why Factor - Mothers and Daughters

A BBC World Service podcast on the unique bond between mothers and daughters

In this honest and moving podcast Nastaran Tavakoli-Far explores the importance and complexities in mother and daughter relationships including the impact of growing up in patriarchal cultures.

The recording features contributions from women who have overcome different challenges. Magool founder Leyla Hussein talks about her experience of female genital mutilation (FGM), how both she and her mother were victims of this practice and how they have overcome the problems this brings to their relationship.

Other contributors include author Elif Safak, comedian Sindhu Vee and mother/daughter team Sally and Sarah Kettle who rowed across the Atlantic.

Don't miss this fascinating programme and you can download/listen here.

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