BBC Radio 4 presenter Emma Barnett said she doesn't model herself on veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman, though she is 'very appreciative' of the praise he has sent her way.
Emma Barnett has spoken about her most memorable 'breathtaking' interviews, and they are two which show the range of the topics the broadcaster covers.
Emma Barnett says IVF is like 'banging your head against a brick wall' as she opened up about her experience and the importance of using her platform to speak about the process not just when it is successful.
The 63-year-old singer said, 'The thought of all these really young people hearing the song for the first time, I think it’s very special."
Host Emma Barnett asked the Irish singer – who has clinical depression – how she felt about being called a 'crazy lady'.
Jeremy Corbyn was silent this morning when questioned about the costs of Labour’s childcare policy during a car crash radio interview. Just weeks after shadow home secretary Diane Abbott was mocked for not knowing the numbers on police costs, Mr Corbyn sat in excruciating silence when asked about how much it would cost to offer 30 hours of free childcare a week to parents of toddlers. During his appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, presenter Emma Barnett questioned the Labour leader on the figures.