Mary-Ann visits a self-improvement workshop, talks to the owner of an Indian finishing school and to two academics who spent a year in bitter competition as each attempted to outdo the other in self-improvement. Why do we have such a close and complex relationship with dogs? Önskar det var min hårda piercade kuk där istället. Hitesh Mehta, a landscape architect who specialises in eco-tourism, explains how different cultures feel a connection to their landscape. The Why Factor meets the self-married, who argue if marriage is about committing to an individual - to love and cherish, in sickness and in health - who better to commit to… than yourself?
Children playing football on beach, Credit:
The Female Orgasm
And these identities can be numerous and elastic. More Girls Chat with x Hamster Live girls now! Professor Catherine Ward-Thompson, an expert in landscape architecture at Edinburgh University in Scotland explains the connection we feel with landscape and the theories that seek to explain it, including the potential therapeutic value of being part of the landscape. She meets high altitude mountaineer Alan Hinkes to find out why he is drawn to wild and potentially dangerous mountains. Presenter Mary-Ann Ochota Producers: She goes out into the Solway Firth in the north of England, with a group of haaf net fishers who use a traditional form of salmon fishing that dates back over a thousand years. Shivaani Kohok explores why so many people feel that the order in which we are born shapes our character and destiny.