The world of internet dating, actress Storme Toolis and music from violinist Midori.
BBC Radio 4
Jenni Murray asks, we hold wedding fairs so why not have funeral fairs?
Getting women into science, and the latest from the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan.
Comedian Bridget Christie, violinist Midori Goto, and the impact of midwife shortages.
Emma Barnett on safeguarding the teacher-pupil relationship. Plus actress Storme Toolis.
Jane Garvey and Tim Samuels present a special programme on internet dating.
Musician Fidan Hajiyeva. Should boys have the HPV jab? Plus the power of female friendship
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Would you let your teenager go alone to a festival? Presented by Jenni Murray.
The future for women's football, plus female friendships and the new ad campaign from M&S.
Azeri singer Fidan Hajiyeva. Is feminism racist? Jenni Murray presents.
How bonuses exaggerate gender pay gaps. Samantha Shannon on The Bone Season. Mania Akbari.
Author Kate Mosse presents a themed edition of Woman's Hour on publishing.
Actress Hayley Atwell on changing attitudes to sexuality. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Why a University degree is worth more to women than to men.
Actress Hayley Atwell, poems inspired by losing a child, and can nudity be empowering?
Women and online misogyny. Female breadwinners. Author Meg Wolitzer. With Jenni Murray.
Why has the Irish Sun covered up Page 3? Is camping mild or wild? Jenni Murray presents.
Kirstie Allsopp on a personal journey investigating women's experiences of giving birth.
Singer Jessie J, husbands who come out as gay, and women's influence on modern cricket.
Jenni Murray presents the programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
Kelly Hoppen on joining Dragon's Den. Jackie Ashley on caring. Women in Iran.
Women's cricket, a sex education wish-list, and when grandparents have favourites.
Jessie J on pop stardom; women's role in the history of cricket. Emma Barnett presents.
Victoria Derbyshire talks to two mothers about the trauma and impact of child abuse.
John Lewis responds to a complaint about a promotion of their bra-measuring service.
Jenni Murray on vasectomies, giving up alcohol, and tales from the royal bedchamber.
Conditions for Syrian refugees, influence of song lyrics, and Nell Dunn on Up the Junction