With Sheila McClennon. Including emotional clothes, Patricia Cornwell.
BBC Radio 4
Should infidelity be a defence for murder? Plus, flat sharing as a single parent.
A special programme looking at the relationship women have with clothes.
Model and TV presenter Katie Piper on the horrific attack that changed her life.
American crime writer, Patricia Cornwell on Dr Kay Scarpetta.
Reducing pregnancy-related deaths worldwide. Plus, enforcing the Equality Act.
With Jane Garvey. Including Mel C, children and screen time and Virginia Woolf's house.
Actor Rebecca Front on The Thick Of It. Plus; late abortion details to be made available.
Celebrating Virginia Woolf's essay A Room of One's Own, 80 years on.
Former Sporty Spice Melanie C on motherhood and her theatrical debut.
What can be done to tackle the problem of young women binge drinking?
Violinist Jennifer Pike plays live. Plus, why are pregnant women at risk from Swine flu?
Highlights of this week's Woman's Hour programmes with Jane Garvey.
Former Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett on her political career.
Handel's Women discussed. Plus, Dr Angie Hobbs on making philosophy accessible.
Leona Lewis on her roots. Plus adventurer Sir Ranulph Fiennes on his remarkable family.
Sheryl Gascoigne on her life with Gazza. Plus, why we love wearing jeans.
Model Lily Cole on her acting career. Plus, the issues of summer-born children at school.
Who pays for equal pay? Plus is wearing a Hijab really a free choice?
Phyllida Law on her mother-in-law. Plus, closing the pension gap between men and women.
Climate Rush founder Tamsin Omond. Plus, Mary Contini cooks mushrooms Italian-style.
Marriage as a political tool. Plus, comedienne Jo Brand on her memoirs.
Are the children of working mums less healthy? Plus, jazz from singer Claire Martin.
How have attitudes to lesbians and gay men changed in South Africa?
Make-up guru Lauren Luke on her YouTube fame. And, why are children's clothes so gendered?