A special edition of Woman's Hour celebrating the year in poetry.
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How much is new technology benefiting ordinary women? Plus, Dionne Bromfield sings live.
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Actor Sarah Jessica Parker interviewed. Plus, women addicted to gambling.
A special edition devoted to the role of men on the programme.
A celebration of music and performance with artists including Florence and the Machine.
Are today's children unable to appreciate the true meaning of Christmas?
Should every house have a piano? Plus, novelist Rebecca Stott interviewed.
A special phone in edition of the programme; how to survive the family Christmas.
Natasha Hunt, the unfit maths teacher now training for the Olympics.
Actor Penelope Cruz on the musical extravaganza Nine. Plus, helping women in debt.
Sigourney Weaver talks about Avatar and life beyond the screen.
Top Gear presenter James May on how the true concept of manliness is being undermined.
What can fill the gap once children outgrow panto? Plus, finding the right wig.
A special editon of the programme, looking at the first decade of the 21st century.
HM Consul-General in Basra and mother of six Alice Walpole on motherhood and her role.
Actor Sigourney Weaver on Avatar. Plus, would you leave an eight year old home alone?
Highlights of this week's Woman's Hour programmes with Jane Garvey.
Links between MS and vitamin D discussed. Plus, the little-known female Bauhaus artists.
Irish abortion law discussed. Plus, war artist Arabella Dorman; and buying gifts for men.
How many women on the board of directors can make a difference?
Actor Tamzin Outhwaite on musicals. Plus, chef Marianne Lumb on kitchen knife techniques.
Pop star Alesha Dixon on absent fathers. Plus stillbirth guidelines.
With Jane Garvey. Including Delia Smith's top tips for a stress-free Christmas.
The merits of Flibanserin, the female Viagra, discussed. Plus, novelist Evie Wyld.
Delia Smith answers listeners' questions about Christmas cooking.
Is it time to call a halt to the battle for equal rights? Plus, post-partum psychosis.
Singer Annie Lennox on AIDS in South Africa. Plus, ninety years of women MPs.