A special programme on some of the literary highlights of the past 12 months.
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Irish singer Eleanor McEvoy on her career. Plus, the practicalities of family sabbaticals.
A special programme on one of the most influential living gardeners in Britain.
Manju Ghosh and Christine Jackson on travelling across England on their bus passes.
Jenni Murray looks back over the best of the year's music, drama and comedy interviews.
The dos and don'ts of wearing red. Plus, Major Janet Pilgrim on her Royal Red Cross.
Arsenal and England striker Kelly Smith on being one of the world's top female players.
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David Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party on tackling violence against women.
How do we help children in care to cope? Singer Alice Russell performs live.
Award-winning actor Victoria Hamilton on her career. Partying with your boss and partner.
Sir Michael Parkinson on his childhood, career and the women who influenced him.
Actor Imelda Staunton on being a tough cookie. Plus, what does your hair say about you?
Actor Emma Watson on her career to date and plans for the future.
Sports presenter Eleanor Oldroyd and rower Katherine Grainger on Olympic sportswomen.
Daisy Goodwin on the merits of memorising and reciting poetry.
The legacy of Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp. Plus, premature labour and Sharia law.
Should lads mags be given an 18 certificate to ensure children can't get hold of them?
US businesswoman Carly Fiorina on the glass ceiling in US politics and business.
What can be done about the 'deprivation gap' in cancer screening?
New measures to prevent parents from flouting their contact orders discussed.
Do the children of alcoholic parents get enough support? Plus stripping and Beryl Swain.
Acclaimed actor Tilda Swinton on her career and choice of roles. Plus, slimming clubs.
The impact of the Forced Marriage Act evaluated. Plus, snobbery in British society.