Dianne Lang explains why she campaigns for the human rights of South African children.
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Ian Fleming's niece Lucy discusses the women behind the James Bond creator.
A phone-in special on which is more natural: maternal instincts, or maternal ambivalence?
Rachel Cusk discusses her controversial book on representations and truths of motherhood.
Is the NHS failing families with eating disorders?
Afro-jazz singer Simphiwe Dana on why African culture is so important to her.
Scottish composer Thea Musgrave on female maestros. Plus, young people who volunteer.
Lisa Hoodless and Charlene Lunnon discuss their trauma of being abducted by a paedophile.
Elizabeth McGovern on her career. Plus, why women are freezing eggs for their daughters.
The pros and cons of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Plus, who's the Queen of Soul?
Baroness Warsi, Anjum Anwar and Farah Khan discuss Pakistanis in Britain.
Female 'guitar god' Kaki King explains her techniques and performs live in the studio.
Why do women become strong leaders in dynastic politics? Plus how to get the 'it' factor.
Jo Brand on her love of Gilbert and Sullivan. Plus, the women who love Ferraris.
Cornelia Parker on her artwork. Plus, 150th anniversary of Virgin Mary visions at Lourdes.
Keeley Hawes on the 1980s, her career and wearing leather.
Benazir Bhutto's niece, Fatima, discusses her criticism of Pakistan's political parties.
Author Caitlin Davies on how Botswana deals with sexual and physical assult.
Celebrating the 90th anniversary of women's suffrage. Plus, Sally Brampton on depression.
Eileen Atkins on her life, her career and her latest role. Plus, how to treat snoring.
Opera Singer Natalie Dessay on her career and how a throat operation changed her voice.