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Is the law out of touch with the real meaning of partnership? Plus, Ani DiFranco performs.
Poet Caroline Bird on her writing and work with the charity Second Sight.
Ian McIntyre on the life of Hester Thrale. Plus, Fiona MacKeown on her daughter's death.
How much can taking their clothes off on TV actually increase a woman's self esteem?
How often should grown-up children call their parents? Plus Nina Bernstein on her father.
Model Kelly Brook on bodies, bikinis and boyfriends. Plus, the impact of swinging debated.
The former Curator of Astronomy at the Royal Observatory on how to read the night sky.
Artist Emma Sergeant on her career and work, and Dame Karlene Davis on midwifery.
Political journalist John Sergeant on coming to terms with being a modern-day sex symbol.
Should all children's details be held on a national database?
Author Elizabeth Jane Howard on eighty years of writing.
Why do women underestimate their knowledge of politics? Plus, travel writer Dervla Murphy.
Prize-winning author Margaret Atwood on debt. Plus artist Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster.
Novelist Jackie Collins on 'bonkbusters'. Plus drummer Crissy Lee on her 50 year career.
Singer-songwriter Randy Crawford on her 30-year career.
Crime writer Martina Cole discusses what motivates women to kill.
Taking calls from listeners on the stigma of mental illness.
A special programme focusing on the stigma of mental health problems.
Dawn French on her nomadic upbringing. Plus Jocelyn Bell Burnell on her career in physics.
Actress Emma Thompson on Brideshead Revisited and adapting books for the big screen.
Do female world leaders act differently in times of crisis?
Award-winning novelist Ali Smith on the appeal of the short story.