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Weekend Woman's Hour presented by Jane Garvey. The highlights of the week.
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Songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman sings live. Plus novelist Hilary Mantel.
John Barrowman on show tunes. Plus, the impact of the UK Women's Liberation Conference.
How is the UK 'fast-track' system for dealing with asylum seekers failing women?
Should you put your marriage before the kids? Plus, singer Alison Goldfrapp.
An interview with Irene Khan, the first female and Asian head of Amnesty International.
Highlights of this week's Woman's Hour programmes with Jane Garvey.
How should we provide and pay for the care of our growing population of older people?
A live interview with Conservative leader David Cameron on winning women's votes.
Is being green anti-feminist? Plus, folk singer Kathryn Williams.
Journalist Barbara Demick on women in North Korea. Plus, Barb Jungr sings live.
A special progamme about girls and maths at school and beyond.
With Jane Garvey. Including Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg and actress Kelly McGillis.
Kelly McGillis on her life and career. Plus, author Clare Morrall on her literary success.
Chef Antony Worrall Thompson on diabetes. Plus, women's mental health in the armed forces.
Is talk of a 'lost generation' of unemployed alarmist or reality?
A special programme on the lives of women in the 1930s.
An interview with Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg MP.
Why are there still so few women in the House of Commons?
Feminist writer Natasha Walter on the distortion of sexual liberation.
Novelist Siri Hustvedt on trembling in public. Plus, closing the gender pay gap.
American singer-songwriter, Nanci Griffith on her life and career.
Chinese journalist Xinran on being a woman and mother in China.