Examining the status of ethnic minority women in the labour market. Plus, Anita Dobson.
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How three sisters pooled their resources to have a baby. Plus, women's lives in Zimbabwe.
Are women boxers striking a blow for equality? Plus, social division of breast feeding.
Nigel Slater on mapping out the food year. Plus, examining pre-natal screening.
Examining Speed childcare, a new technique to find childcare. Plus, Sophie Scholl's life.
How far should children be involved in divorce cases? Gillian Anderson on Bleak House.
Exploring how best to support children leaving care. Plus, the secrets of Soviet soldiers.
Bernard Ingham on why so few of his Yorkshire Greats are women. Plus, treating strokes.
Are we undervaluing the presence of fathers in childcare? Plus, Beatrix Potter's life.
Woman's Hour tries to uncover the real Helen of Troy with Bettany Hughes and Edith Hall.
Poet Maya Angelou on memories and recipes. Plus, when is helping with coursework cheating?
Discussing the pros and cons of group childcare. Plus, the private life of Mrs Beeton.
Do women starting businesses borrow too cautiously? Plus, older women's romantic fiction.
The ethics of children's involvement in reality TV. Plus, Marsha Hunt on breast cancer.
Jamie Oliver on school dinners and Italy. Plus, the life, work and legacy of Diane Arbus.
Examining why so few runaway children are reported to the police. Plus, Fanny Stevenson.
Madhur Jaffrey on early memories of food in India. Plus, women's rights and democracy.
Anne Singleton on her involvement with the Iranian Mojahedin. Plus, male empty nesters.
Are very young children best brought up by their mothers? Listeners offer their views.
Examining how business is challenging domestic violence. Plus, playing Wonder Woman.
Vanessa Redgrave talks to Jenni Murray about her life and her latest film, The Fever