The Guardian Audio Edition: The rise of the naked female warriors - edition 15
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In this week's edition:

• The failure to rescue the Lehman Brothers bank will be borne in mind during the Cyprus talks - but the European precedent to current woes is also worth consideration. Click here to read this article. By Larry Elliott

• Known for its topless protesters, Femen is a worldwide movement against patriarchy. But are the activists' breasts obscuring the message? Click here to read this article. By Kira Cochrane - this article contains strong language

• Traffic fumes across the country are provoking increased instances of asthma and other respiratory diseases. So what is being done about it? Click here to read this article. By John Vidal

• Dr Izumi Tabata has developed a punishing exercise regimen that he claims can boost cardiovascular health in minutes – and now he is bringing it to the masses. Click here to read this article. By Sean Ingle

• Christopher Walken has made so many movies playing psychos and weirdos, he can't remember half of them. But in his latest film, A Late Quartet, he's been cast against type as a cellist with Parkinson's. He says why he'd be happier playing it straight. Click here to read this article. By Danny Leigh

This week our audiobook review looks at some of the best new fiction around, with Kate Atkinson's latest novel, Life after Life, and the latest from Ruth Ozeki, A Tale for the Time Being.

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