I'm scared of my own sleepwalking

My only fear is will she be there in the morning

– Mark Vickers

Gill Vickers' sleepwalking is so bad that husband of 36 years Mark has to stay up every night to keep his wife safe. So far, Gill has driven the car twice while asleep, crashing it into the garage wall once and has even drunk an entire bottle of vodka and broken her toe - all while asleep and unable to remember any of her actions in the morning.

Mark describes Gill as a Dr Jekyll and Mrs Hyde character when it comes to her sleepwalking, and has even found their kitchen knives stabbed into the chopping board come morning. But rather than being scared of his wife, he just wants to find her some help.

Gill told Holly and Phillip, "I wake up most mornings thinking 'have I done something? What have I done?'"

Mark has started cataloguing Gill's behaviour, so they can get a fix, but in the meantime he's not getting much sleep, "I stay up most nights till about four in the morning, because my wife comes back to me about four".

Attacked for questioning consent classes

I knew there would be some kind of backlash ... but I didn't know it would go as big

– George Lawlor

When George Lawlor wrote an article for Warwick University’s student news website, The Tab, about his offence at being invited to sexual consent class, he wasn't expecting to start a national debate.

George's outrage at the idea that he should go to a class, in his words, to stop him being a rapist, has caused many to criticise him for undermining the issue of consent education and the increase in sexual assaults.

Fast forward four weeks, and George has been driven out of lectures and faced fierce backlash from his fellow students.

George joins us today to discuss what triggered him to write the blog and why he is now concerned for his academic and professional future following.

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