Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Jane Garvey.
BBC Radio 4
Jenni Murray presents the programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
Jenni Murray speaks to Sofie Grabol about new television crime thriller Fortitude.
Should briefing for juries on sex cases be mandatory? Plus poet Sabrina Mafhouz.
Jane Garvey presents an edition discussing menstruation, Mars and mathematics.
Jane Garvey asks whether there will be changes for Saudi women with a new ruler in place.
Secret eating - when does it become a problem? Women and democracy. Coming-of-age films.
Plus-size fashion; lesbians on TV; the real tennis sisters; Sarah Jane Morris.
Beyond Clueless - how influential are teenage film heroines?
Marine Le Pen, sexism in the restaurant trade and female representatives in Davos.
Helen and Laura Pankhurst, Baroness D'Souza and Girl Guides discuss women and democracy.
Why do we eat in secret, and when does it count as an eating disorder?
Reese Witherspoon talks about her new film Wild.
Jenni Murray presents stories on illegal sperm donation and a study into older lesbians.
Jenni Murray presents. Reese Witherspoon and novelist Cheryl Strayed discuss Wild.
Jenni Murray presents an update on the Saudi women being held for driving.
Jane Garvey explores freedom of expression and the ban on the burqa in France.
A campaign to get women playing sport, nail biting, and is Denmark a happy place to live?
Michaela DePrince. The gender pay gap. Will women's magazines survive the digital age?
Jenni Murray talks to Fifa goal of the year contender Stephanie Roche.
Should Oldham Athletic sign Ched Evans? What is it like to be an HIV-positive teenager?
Dancer Michaela DePrince, women's magazines and new screening tests for babies.
Equal Pay Transparency Bill. Haydn Gwynne. Four leading women in medicine. Rachel Parsons.
Dr Teresa Belton on her book Happier People, Healthier Planet.
Jane Hawking and summer fashion. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Jane Hawking, surrogacy, wearing the same clothes every day, safe houses for over-45s.
Baroness Shirley Williams, Dawn O'Porter and Jane Plume join us to talk about friendship.
BBC Radio 4 LW only