Jane Garvey presents the programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Jane Garvey presents highlights from the Woman's Hour week.
Programme that offers a female perspective on the world. Presented by Jenni Murray.
The Power List's top ten women who have the most influence are named.
Jane Garvey talks to royal naval reservist and specialist paramedic Michelle Ping.
Rosamund Lupton talks about setting her novel in the extreme landscape of northern Alaska.
The influence of Taylor Swift, Sue Lloyd-Roberts, and enjoying festivals with children.
A survival guide for taking children to festivals. Presented by Nikki Bedi.
Kellie Maloney discusses a career in boxing before and after gender realignment surgery.
Jane Garvey presents discussion on the power and influence of Taylor Swift.
Sue Lloyd Roberts talks about her need for donor stem cell treatment. Jane Garvey presents
Harriet Wistrich explains how the Human Rights Act has been used to help rape survivors.
Plans for a mosque run by women in Bradford and following in the steps of Sylvia Pankhurst
Shivi Ramoutar talks about cooking Caribbean food. Emma Barnett presents.
Sylvia Pankhurst and the lives of working women: 1907 and today. Presented by Emma Barnett
Will England get through to the next round of the Women's World Cup? With Jane Garvey.
How close are we to launching a safe Viagra equivalent for women?
Jane Garvey asks if celebrities have too much influence on people's lives.
Gemma Chan on her role in Humans, and celebrating the life of Marguerite Patten.
Jenni talks to Gemma Chan about Humans and 100 years of the Women's Institute.
Marguerite Patten, the late cookery writer, talks to Jane Garvey in 2009.
Jane Garvey looks at women and alcohol, divorce and vulnerable girls in the justice system
What the outcome of the Turkish election will mean for women. Jane Garvey presents.
Jane Garvey presents a discussion regarding what to tell teenagers about fertility.
Jane Garvey presents a discussion on Marilyn Monroe and happy Danish women.
Anita Dobson talks about her film London Road, and Eugenia Cheng discusses difficult maths