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Mary Higgins Clark reveals what it feels like to be one of the bestselling female authors.
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Leading Turkish novelist Elif Shafak discusses why her novels have caused controversy.
Camila Batmanghelidjh talks about her work with abused children and the power of love.
What are the affects of children witnessing domestic abuse?
Opera Diva Cecilia Bartoli talks about her career and her parents influence on it.
Will closing Birthing Centres lead to limited birth resources?
Actor Jackie Clune explains how extreme motherhood can be if you have triplets.
Former US Secretary of State Madeline Albright discusses the role of religion in conflict.
Hollywood star Uma Thurman reveals how she recovered from her divorce and how she relaxes.
Are old people the vanguard of modern protest? Plus, what are the politics of driving?
Labour's in-house feminist Harriet Harman discusses women's issues in politics.
Have 40,000 sex workers entered Germany in preparation for the World Cup football fans?
Is the Da Vinci Code feminist enough? Plus, a national policy for post-natal depression.
Do we need a national breastfeeding strategy? Plus, Penny Bendal restores the Qing vases.
An investigation into The Catholic Church's re-evaluation of condom use.
Are there any rules to grandparenting? Plus, what's the point of having a degree?
An investigation of life inside a Female Prison. Plus Indian Star Kaushiki Chakrabarty.
Sister Bliss talks about her musical career, Faithless and the London Symphonia.
An exploration into how adultery has been portrayed on the big screen.
Why are some women so successful as under-cover officers?
What makes a woman, and what makes a man?
Dr Shere Hite discusses her report on female sexuality which re-evaluated sex for women.
A woman's hour special on Gender Swapping and Sex Changes.