Dame Julie Moore. Lynne Segal on the pleasures of ageing. Ali Smith on rewriting Antigone.
BBC Radio 4
Powerlister and assistant commissioner Cressida Dick; Mercury Award-nominated Savages.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell on mentoring a new generation of hopefuls. With Jane Garvey.
Amanda Holden on marriage, divorce, and her risky pregnancy. With Jane Garvey.
Alexandra Roach, Clare Gerada on GPs and obesity, Natalie Coleman cooks, and Helen Clark.
Former NZ Prime Minister Helen Clark, and media presentation of women. With Jenni Murray.
Joanna Trollope on Austen, plus The Alzheimer Conundrum and Cook the Perfect scallops.
Jenni Murray talks to Indhu Rubasingham about 'unheard voices' at the Tricycle Theatre.
Dr Clare Gerada, chair of the Royal College of GPs, discusses her career with Jane Garvey.
Throwing a party? Getting the guests you want without losing friends. With Jane Garvey.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Cher on her life, her look and her passions.
Ugandan farmer Polly Apio, undercover police officers and pensions. With Jenni Murray.
Patsy Kensit's autobiography; Morwenna Banks's new R4 drama; and secrets of a pet nanny.
Cher - singer, actress, campaigner - talks to Jenni Murray.
Supermodel and campaigner Waris Dirie, and celebrating Ada Lovelace on her special day.
Do lads' mags deserve a place alongside the weekly groceries? With Anita Anand.
Lauren Laverne fronts a special edition to mark Charlotte Church's 6Music Peel Lecture.
The women unofficially fighting crime around the world. Jenni Murray presents.
Helen Fielding discusses her new Bridget Jones novel with Emma Barnett.
Jimmy Choo co-founder Tamara Mellon and WH powerlister Cilla Snowball talk to Emma Barnett
Jane Garvey talks to conductor Jessica Cottis about Verdi's Gilda.
The difficulties in choosing a school for your 11-year-old. Email or call on 03700 100 444
Highlights from the WH week, including Sheila Hancock on her role in Barking in Essex.
Transgender icon April Ashley's new art exhibition in Liverpool. Sheila McClennon presents
National minimum staffing levels in maternity units? And the launch of Feminist Times.
Sheila Hancock joins Jenni Murray to talk about her new play Barking in Essex.
Edna O'Brien on her new collection of short stories written over 50 years.