Highlights from the Woman's Hour week, including Grammy Award winner Mary J Blige.
BBC Radio 4
Jenni Murray and guests discuss tips and advice for negotiating a pay rise.
Jenni Murray meets Baroness Hale, the most senior woman in the British judiciary.
Singer-songwriter Birdy performs live, plus award-winning bipolar blogger Charlotte Walker
Director of public prosecutions Alison Saunders on women and the law. With Jane Garvey.
Mary J Blige, social isolation among the elderly, and Louise Casey on Troubled Families.
David Cameron. Does education fail boys? Allegra McEvedy cooks. Pinky Lilani on networking
Heated debate in France on how to tackle prostitution. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Women bishops. Why are there more female NEETs than male?
Jenni Murray meets philanthropist and WH powerlister Lady Helen Hamlyn.
Does the education system fail boys? Jane Garvey presents the female perspective.
What is being done for women who have been left 'painfully vulnerable' in the Philippines?
Oprah Winfrey, Biddy Baxter, WH power-lister Ann Cairns and singer-songwriter Nadine Shah.
Jenni Murray meets Oprah Winfrey; the Chilean presidential election, Helena Morrissey.
A feminist Lily Allen - does her parody of the modern pop video hit the right note?
Biddy Baxter, famed editor of Blue Peter talks to Jenni Murray.
The negative stereotypes of nuns on TV and in film. Cecelia Ahern on How to Fall in Love.
WH power-lister Dame Carol Black on her leading role in medicine. With Jane Garvey.
Equalities minister Maria Miller and Nicola Smith of the TUC discuss equal pay.
Jenni Murray on the female characters in Peter Grimes and a new biography of Lady Rhondda.
Laura Jurd brings her trumpet to the studio for a spot of jazz improv. With Jenni Murray.
Jenni Murray talks maternity discrimination, penal reform and support for cheated partners
Dido Harding, CEO of TalkTalk, on her career and her position on the WH Power List.
Mark Hix cooks the perfect cauliflower cheese. Can you be too old be adopted?
Supermodel Naomi Campbell. Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick. Amanda Holden. Vloggers.
Maxine Peake, teenagers and domestic violence, and forensic pyschiatrist Sue Bailey.