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.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Emma Barnett.
Programme that offers a female perspective on the world. Presented by Jenni Murray.
The enduring appeal of Agatha Christie. Jenni Murray presents.
Professor Laurie Rubiner talks about her life in US politics.
Maria Miller on the first inquiry of the new Select Committee for Women and Equalities.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Jenni Murray.
Tansy Davies on composing for the Proms. With Jenni Murray.
Who are the queens of crime fiction? The golden age of crime fiction and its influence now
Jane Garvey talks to Joely Richardson about her latest film, Maggie.
Bollywood star Kanika Kapoor discusses her singing career. Jane Garvey presents.
Jane Garvey presents a look at what makes a happy family life.
Joss Stone, the young Yazidi women talking to schools in Birmingham, and Karen Blackett.
Tim Farron is new Lib Dem leader - should women care if men lead political parties?
Posting period photos on social media. And are girls' school uniforms a distraction?
Jenni Murray is joined by Joss Stone, Sara Paretsky and Sarah Willingham.
Power Lister Sara Khan discusses empowering women to tackle extremism and inequality.
The Salvation Army is 150. We look at its work with women.
Annie Nightingale: 50 years in music. Dame Evelyn Glennie. The Handmaid's Tale. Anne Fine.
Dame Evelyn Glennie talks about her musical career, which has spanned more than 30 years.
With Jenni Murray. Discussion on men having a biological clock in relation to fertility.
Annie Nightingale talks to Jane Garvey about her 45-year career as a DJ at Radio 1.
Anne Fine, the former children's laureate, discusses the reissue of Madame Doubtfire.
Former chief constable of Northumbria Police Sue Sim talks about her career.
The unveiling of the Woman's Hour 2015 Power List: Influencers. Jane Garvey presents.
Women and farming, Cathy Rentzenbrink on her brother's PVS, and why do women say 'sorry'?
Fiona Shaw talks to Jennie Murray about directing the opera The Rape of Lucretia.