Three women's experiences of living with the genetic condition albinism.
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Jane Garvey travels to a Liverpool salon for a makeover.
The Singh twins, Amrit and Rabindra - two artists who prefer to be referred to as one.
How black women choose to style their hair, and the lengths we go to for our appearance.
Jane Garvey takes listeners' calls on how they feel about the way they look.
Jane Garvey travels to a beauty salon in Liverpool for a makeover.
Katie Piper talks about how people cope with being 'visibly different'.
Kate Winslet. Appearance and why it matters. Amy Childs. Carrie Brownstein. Women in jazz.
Kate Winslet on her latest film role. And Caitlin Moran on giving compliments to strangers
A look at why the British beauty industry is worth £9 billion. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Saudi women prepare for the ballot box; women & jazz; the science of visual attractiveness
Jane Garvey presents discussion on teens hearing about the Paris attacks via social media.
Includes the results of a Woman's Hour poll revealing the truth about how we see ourselves
Highlights include the campaign to stop sexual assault and harassment on public transport.
Women MPs in New Zealand, school refusal, changing attitudes to FGM and the WISE Awards.
What do new Nice guidelines mean for women facing the menopause? With Jenni Murray.
Why are there more girls in higher education than boys? And what impact will it have?
Groping, what is it and what to do? Marina Warner on her new collection of short stories.
Do women deserve better public recognition for their achievements?
Celebrating Marguerite Patten's recipes. Patti Smith. Best of the Best Women's Fiction.
Jenni Murray presents discussion on the Syrian doctor separated from her baby girl.
Patti Smith talks about her life and music.
Cook a meal inspired by the recipes of Marguerite Patten.
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What is behind Adele's record-breaking success?
The winner of the Best of the Best of the Woman's Prize for Fiction is revealed.