On today's show: We’ll learn how the late 1960’s jump in female admission to law schools changed the legal profession and how women are treated under the law. Then, chef and restaurateur John Torode tells you everything you’ve ever wanted to know about beef. Plus, W. Hodding Carter on how he lived beyond his means before trying a dose of “extreme frugality.” Also, today’s Underreported is about the emerging problem of “water bankruptcy” around the world and following that you can learn how to calculate your water footprint.
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