Jane Garvey and Tim Samuels present a special episode on the pressure to look good.
BBC Radio 4
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Emma Barnett.
Lauren Laverne and guests disucss women, booze, drugs and losing control.
Actor and producer Sadie Frost discusses psychological thriller Buttercup Bill.
Lauren Laverne is joined by Caitlin Moran and others for an intimate live discussion.
Amanda Redman discusses her latest TV role. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Home alone, men in retirement and widowhood, OCD in children and Mary Wollstonecraft.
A look at the Iranian fashion industry, and Ellen Green on her Dragons' Den experience.
Iris Murdoch's life, writing and philosophy. Plus the experience of parenting girls.
Actress Charlotte Rampling, singer Ella Eyre, and what is it really like being a teacher?
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Lauren Laverne and guests discuss what it means to be a man in 2015.
Rower Anna Watkins, Jack The Ripper, gay marriage, Laura Green and women's vote myths.
Lauren Laverne and guests look at how dating, identity and relationships are changing.
Post-16 education, cook perfect broccoli pesto pasta, and Val McDermid on Josephine Tey.
Charlotte Rampling on her latest film and teaching young women to stand up for themselves.
Reaction from South Africa to the imminent release from jail of Oscar Pistorius.
Singer Ella Eyre performs live, flexible childcare, and men and relationships over 40.
Singer, songwriter and activist Buffy Sainte-Marie talks about her new album.
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss lies, secrets and whether the truth is overrated.
Wet nurses; Joy Davidman and CS Lewis; and is it possible to be romantic in a tent?
Lauren Laverne discusses women and fandom, fan fiction, science fiction and cosplay.
Frances Kelsey and Thalidomide, abortion laws in Morocco, cosplay, and Kitty Whately.
Singer-songwriter and activist Buffy Sainte-Marie. Are health tests a good idea?
The US election and women, and how best to negotiate with grandparents over childcare.
Jane Garvey hears the story of Farkhunda, the young woman killed by a mob in Afghanistan.
Lianne La Havas performs. Plus America's under-secretary of state Wendy Sherman on Iran.
Jamaican Gay Pride - what progress in the country once named the world's most homophobic?
Setsuko Thurlow, a survivor of Hiroshima's atomic bomb, tells her story. With Jenni Murray
Andy Burnham, Labour leader contender; the pill and endometrial cancer; and male muses.
Emma Barnett presents. Singer Songwriter Lianne La Havas talks about her new album Blood.
Men and relationships, women in horse racing, and Amnesty International and sex work.
Emma Barnett presents. Iris Apfel and Jeremy Corbyn are among the guests.