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Jane Garvey presents a phone-in about the challenges facing stay-at-home dads.
BBC Radio 4
Discussing swimming with killer whales, women in Somalia and stay-at-home dads.
Women in Aviation - a special programme for the Bank Holiday. Presented by Jenni Murray.
As Anne Hathaway's new film One Day opens, how does a beautiful woman play a plain one?
BBC Radio 4 FM
Women in South Sudan; GCSE results; Air Hostesses; the end of She magazine.
Miriam O'Reilly on ageism in the public eye; Heather Brooke; Constance Briscoe; Jamelia.
Can a pretty woman play a plain one? Women in Libya; Tammy Weis; why we talk differently.
Cook the Perfect gazpacho; overweight babies; Hildegard of Bingen celebrated at the Proms.
Tracie Bennett as Judy Garland; Esther Rantzen on being lonely; men in childcare.
Audrey Tautou; Tara Fitzgerald; to camp or glamp? Effect of rising tuition fees on girls.
Val McDermid; keeping things in a safe place; and women in early television.
Victorians and the symbolism of flowers and actress Tara Fitzgerald on her new stage role.
Baby bores: what to do when your friends go baby mad. Bad advice on A-Levels?
Glamping versus camping; lost gardens of Heligan; Egyptian women campaigners.
French actress Audrey Tautou, children with diabetes, family businesses, bigger feet.
Root causes of riots, Randy Crawford, cook the perfect...ice cream, babies and salt.
Loving weeds, threatened miscarriages and blue plaques. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Riots: we look at the root causes of the violence and looting on England's streets.
Cook the Perfect... Ice Cream, Randy Crawford, forced marriage update, Ruth Badger.
A history of the beauty industry; ants - the ultimate matriarchal society? Margaret More.
Becky Sharp: modern inspiration or despicable social climber? Presented by Jenni Murray.
Eva Gabrielsson on her life with Stieg Larsson and other highlights of Woman's Hour.
Presented by Jenni Murray. Lifeboat women; boredom; cyber-bullying; midwives for the soul.
Breast cancer screening; urban beekeeping and fear of poetry. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Eva Gabrielson, the partner of Swedish crime writer Stieg Larsson, in interview.
Why are conviction rates for FGM so low? Lynne Truss: her favourite Stella Gibbons books.
The gardens at Wrest Park; three generations of a corner shop; and women in business.