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Woman's Hour Episode guide

  1. Courtney Love; game changing politics; Lauren Owen

    Jane Garvey talks to Courtney Love about her life, music and what's next.

    First broadcast: 01 Apr 2014

  2. Michelle Collins; Sheila Jeffreys on prostitution; Grand National

    Jane Garvey talks to Sheila Jeffreys about how other countries deal with prostitution.

    First broadcast: 31 Mar 2014

  3. Weekend Woman's Hour: Fatal Attraction; Anita Roddick

    Equality for women in Islam, Fatal Attraction, exam pressure and Sam Roddick on her mother

    First broadcast: 29 Mar 2014

  4. Lesbian wives; Deborah Ellis; Female characters in drama; Helen Fielding

    With same-sex marriage, how comfortable will lesbians be with calling their spouse 'wife'?

    First broadcast: 28 Mar 2014

  5. Long-distance rower Elsa Hammond; Women on boards; Fatal Attraction

    Elsa Hammond who hopes to be the fastest woman to row from California to Hawaii.

    First broadcast: 27 Mar 2014

  6. Women, Equality and Islam

    Salma Yaqoob, Mirina Paananen, Sara Khan and Julie Bindel on Islam and equality for women.

    First broadcast: 26 Mar 2014

  7. Exam Pressure on Teens; Online Bullying

    School Reporters Emily and Isobel join us to talk exam pressure, online bullying and more.

    First broadcast: 25 Mar 2014

  8. Anita Roddick

    Anita Roddick - a game changer in the beauty world? Jane Garvey presents.

    First broadcast: 24 Mar 2014

  9. Men Who Pay for Sex; Grace Dent

    Men who pay for sex tell us why, and Grace Dent on Growing Up a Girl.

    First broadcast: 22 Mar 2014

  10. Why it's important to bond with your baby

    Bonding with your baby - why it is important to form 'secure attachments'.

    First broadcast: 21 Mar 2014

  11. Grace Dent, Michaela Coel, Peter Lawrence on missing daughter Claudia

    Jenni Murray talks to Peter Lawrence about his daughter Claudia, missing for five years.

    First broadcast: 20 Mar 2014

  12. Fashion game changer Mary Quant

    Fashion game changer Mary Quant, plus the impact of government help with childcare.

    First broadcast: 19 Mar 2014

  13. Marlene Dietrich; Sex lives in the Arab world; Prostitution - the political debate

    Marlene Dietrich's life and legacy, Clarissa Dickson Wright remembered, and more.

    First broadcast: 18 Mar 2014

  14. Men who pay for sex; Food writer Diana Henry; MEP Nikki Sinclaire; Music in offices

    Jane Garvey speaks to men who pay for sex in ongoing series on laws on prostitution.

    First broadcast: 17 Mar 2014

  15. Weekend Woman's Hour: Paying for Sex

    Should paying for sex be criminalised? The arguments for and against, with Jane Garvey.

    First broadcast: 15 Mar 2014

  16. Lisa Stansfield; Young baronesses; Coloured coats; The Pistorius trial

    90s pop star Lisa Stansfield, young baronesses and coloured coats. Jenni Murray presents.

    First broadcast: 14 Mar 2014

  17. Jónína Leósdóttir; Women in Ukraine; Dame Cicely Saunders

    Jenni Murray speaks to Jónína Leósdóttir, the partner of the former leader of Iceland.

    First broadcast: 13 Mar 2014

  18. Robotics in school; Part-time work; Richard Mabey; Game Changers

    Ayshea Buksh talks to an award-winning all-girl competitive robotics team from N London.

    First broadcast: 12 Mar 2014

  19. Buying and selling sex; Jobs in cyber security; Viper Wine

    Should buying and selling sex be decriminalised? Jane Garvey presents.

    First broadcast: 11 Mar 2014

  20. Nadine Mortimer-Smith; Prostitution; Women of the World

    Soprano Nadine Mortimer-Smith, plus proposals to criminalise paying for sex.

    First broadcast: 10 Mar 2014

  21. Weekend Woman's Hour: Kelis; Caring for Parents

    Kelis on feminism and her new album. Caring for elderly parents. The politics of afro hair

    First broadcast: 08 Mar 2014

  22. One dame, three baronesses; Miner's wives, the CoppaFeel Campaign

    Jenni Murray chats to three of the oldest baronesses in the House of Lords.

    First broadcast: 07 Mar 2014

  23. Politics of afro hair; Gloria Steinem; Sharon Hardy; the original 'Sheila'

    Sharon Hardy, sister of Cpl Anne-Marie Ellement, responds to the inquest into her death.

    First broadcast: 06 Mar 2014

  24. The A-Z of Mrs P; Compensation for Libyan rape victims; Game Changers; Losing your mum

    A play about the woman who claimed to be responsible for creating the first London A-Z.

    First broadcast: 05 Mar 2014

  25. Caring for Parents

    Jane Garvey talks to Carol Lee about the difficulties of caring for parents long-distance.

    First broadcast: 04 Mar 2014

  26. Kelis; Sport Relief

    Kelis on bringing together her life-long love of food and music for her latest album.

    First broadcast: 03 Mar 2014

  27. Weekend Woman's Hour: Mary Wilson; A Widow's Story

    Mary Wilson, Lilian Gish archive, plus-size fashion, and a widow's personal story from WWI

    First broadcast: 01 Mar 2014

  28. Minette Batters, Unlikely Friends, Forced Marriage Statistics, Muscular Dystrophy

    Minette Batters, unlikely friends, forced marriage statistics. With Sheila McClennon.

    First broadcast: 28 Feb 2014

  29. Lillian Gish; Bea Campbell; One Million Lovely Letters

    First Lady of US cinema Lillian Gish. Plus is it time to re-evaluate our society?

    First broadcast: 27 Feb 2014

  30. Power List 2014; Jack Monroe; Grooming; Police fitness

    Jenni Murray presents the female perspective, with the launch of the 2014 Power List.

    First broadcast: 26 Feb 2014

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