Irish novelist Edna O'Brien on being inspired by her mother's own life story.
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Award winning composer Errollyn Wallen on her career and her love of opera.
Yasmin Alibhai Brown, Gillian Reynolds and Zoe Williams on 60 years of Woman's Hour.
Photo-journalist Jennifer Latheef on the human rights problems in the Maldives.
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Are people choosing to become single parents in order to gain more benefit money?
Tiwan's influential feminist artist Mali Wu discusses her art work.
Fay Weldon asks what makes women happy? Plus, Ann Pettitt on the Greenham Common camp.
Should there be a routine test for harmful bacteria Group B Streptococcus during labour?
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Why are we still so fascinated by Princess Diana? Plus, NHS osteoporosis failings.
What kind of legacy has the Second Wave Feminism left? Plus, are male mentors needed?
Elif Shafak on being accused of 'insulting Turkishness' in her novel.
Felicity Dahl talks about life with Roald. Plus, the enduring appeal of medical dramas.
Dr Catherine Cesarsky talks about her passion for the stars.
Sandra Howard talks about her life with former conservative leader Michael Howard.
Asma Jahangir discusses why Pakistani women are being abandoned without their children.
Alison Balsom talks about what first attracted her to the trumpet and expanding its image.
Sigourney Weaver reveals how she prepares for her roles and her experience of motherhood.
Actor Julie Walters discusses her life and career. Plus, should we choose our babies?
Do we need a national register of our brightest children? Plus, British food since 1950.