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Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Nikki Bedi.
Lauren Laverne presents late-night conversation.
Programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
Fearne Cotton, Dame Vera Baird QC, Tanita Tikaram.
Is romantic love doomed to fail? Parental alienation. Female desire over the centuries.
Monica Ainley and Camille Charriere on the new generation of fashion insiders.
Kimberley Taylor; heartthrobs; refuge funding; breakdancing women; smoking and pregnancy.
The lives of female millworkers. Scotland's gender pay gap inquiry. Parental alienation.
The ideals of romantic love are unrealistic in the long term, according to Alain De Botton
Family Drug and Alcohol Courts, comedian Sandi Toksvig and screenwriter Allison Schroeder.
Naomie Harris on her new film Moonlight and a former model on the pressure to be skinny.
Should there be lifelong maintenance payments? Plus US playwright Kirsten Childs.
Waney Squier on shaken baby syndrome, Victoire Dauxerre on size 0 and being gay in the USA
Actor Cherry Jones; Prof Alexis Jay; could some women with breast cancer avoid chemo?
Naomie Harris, Oscar-nominated for best supporting actress for Moonlight, talks to Jane.
What support is there for primary schoolchildren as more say they worry 'all the time'?
Harriet Harman on the battles she's fought over three decades at Westminster.
Madeline Fontaine; Nikki Haley and the women of the United Nations; Bereavement Payment.
Transgender and planning a family. Plus, should the the term "honour killing" be banned?
Labour's Harriet Harman on her political and personal battles for equality at Westminster.
Midwife Clemmie Hooper answers listener's questions. Plus Crawley Old Girls football team.
How often do you imagine yourself winning an argument or perhaps even an Oscar?
Gina Miller. Amber Riley. Mary Berry. We mark the introduction of the 1967 Abortion Act.
Are we all living in bubbles these days? And if we are, how easy is it to break out?
Mary Berry after Bake Off. Making childcare cheaper. Olivia Newton-John on grief.
Amber Riley on playing Effie White in the West End musical Dreamgirls.
Workplace dress codes, Gina Miller on the Brexit decision, and artist Gee Vaucher.