You can still listen to BBC iPlayer Radio via your browser by visiting bbc.co.uk/radio
Jenni Murray on love letters that come back to haunt you.
BBC Radio 4
Lady MacMillan on her husband Kenneth's ballets; Maeve Binchy's last book; women in prison
Heather Headley, star of The Bodyguard musical. How do we view the Seven Deadly Sins?
Tanni Grey-Thompson, Stooshe perform live, and why more women are taking up farming.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Susan Boyle on her temper, loneliness and fame, and Antonio Carluccio cooks rice balls.
How much power do celebrities have? Presented by Jenni Murray.
Grace Coddington, creative director of US Vogue; Antonio Carluccio; new anti-stalking law.
Susan Boyle, Jude Kelly on powerful women in the arts, and Lone Frank's Beautiful Genome.
Women bishops, Justine Roberts on the women shaping family lives, and Movember's woman.
Women's minister Maria Miller MP, Anne McElvoy, Ilene Prusher, and celebrating menopause.
Nick Clegg on women's 'route back' into the workplace. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Susan Morgan - Navy Wren, Men in Hats, and Manchester's radical women. With Jenni Murray.
Impact of Savita Halappanavar's death, Monica Galetti, Heather McGregor and Flavia Coelho.
How could the workplace be better for women? Presented by Jane Garvey.
Nick Clegg on extending rights to flexible working.
Power List and politics, perfectionism, Beth Orton, absent dads. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Kirstie Allsopp on her vintage look, golden girl Jessica Ennis, and Bridget Jones returns.
Helen Fielding, Martha Payne and the Power List Expert Witness on campaigning.
Jessica Ennis, one of the golden girls of London 2012, joins Jenni Murray.
Kirstie Allsopp, Helena Kennedy, children going hungry, Malala. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Gaming, Malala's blog and Alexandra Shulman on fashion. Presented by Aasmah Mir.
Women's votes in the US election, Malala's blog, and the Power List. With Jane Garvey.
Launch of the Woman's Hour Power List, Julia Bradbury, and cooking on a budget.
Team sports v Solo Sport, Karen Edwards and The Power List. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Neuroscience and gender, women and 'soft power', and changing rules for childminders.