Should Britain ban the burkha? Plus, the effect of dementia on friendship.
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Juvenile offenders on death row in Iran discussed. Plus, how to cook fish responsibly.
Highlights of this week's Woman's Hour programmes with Jane Garvey.
Life of women in the RAF, then and now. Plus, instilling discipline in schools.
What should be done about the sperm donor shortage? Plus, the enduring myth of Medea.
The mother fighting to ban legal 'party drugs'. Plus confusion over food labelling.
How much choice do women really have over when to start a family?
Motown legend Martha Reeves on a life making music. Plus, tennis star Anne Keothavong.
With Jane Garvey. Including surrogacy and your legal rights.
The state of British surrogacy law examined. Plus, artist Winifred Nicholson re-evaluated.
How can provision for IVF treatment become truly fair? Plus, the art of male friendship.
The difficulties for parents of choosing the right words for their children's genitalia.
Jo Whiley on her years as a Radio One DJ. Plus, the history of district nursing.
Columnist Lynn Barber on her memoir 'An Education'. Plus, toning up the under-arm dangle.
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Author Anne Fine on differences between writing for children and adults.
Caroline Flint MP in her first radio interview. Plus, musical star Maria Friedman.
Children's Laureate and illustrator Anthony Browne. Plus, Justine Hardy on Kashmir.
What is a healthy amount of animal fat in our diet? Plus, opera star Christine Rice.
Laws on stalking discussed. Plus, the perils of being a shorter man or taller woman.
Highlights of the week's Woman's Hour programmes with Jane Garvey.
Inter-generational violence in Asian families discussed. Plus, cooking with avocado.
Author Sarah Waters on the possibility of ghosts. Plus, the women in George Orwell's life.
A special programme celebrating the life and work of the writer George Eliot.
How different is life for families with disabled children compared with 30 years ago?
How to address the loss of the UK's bee population discussed.