Nepalese MP Dr Arju Deuba explains her vision for improving women's lives in Nepal.
Composer Debbie Wiseman on accessible classical music. Plus Theresa May on women voters.
Author Xanthe Clay discusses the difference between recipes on the page and in our heads.
How false allegations of rape impact on the lives of the accused and their families.
Historian Kate Williams on how Queen Victoria came to power.
Sheila Hancock on how she has dealt with life since the death of her husband, John Thaw.
Twiggy gives for looking and feeling fabulous in one's forties and beyond.
Award-winning foreign correspondent Ann Leslie talks about 40 years of chasing stories.
Should children's body parts be used in the cosmetics industry?
Gloria Hunniford discusses grieving for her daughter, Caron Keating.
Crime writer Kathy Reichs on the appeal of forensic science.
Poet Pam Ayres on her life and work. And how can families survive the credit crunch?
French pianist Helene Grimaud discusses her rise to classical music stardom.
Janette Tough discusses being Jimmy Krankie and her career in variety entertainment.
A special programme discussing how to encourage more women to take up science.
Michael Holroyd talks about Ellen Terry, the leading actress of the late Victorian era.
Award-winning singer Alison Krauss on her life in music and her album with Robert Plant.
Carol Thatcher talks about the impact of 'second-hand fame' on her life.
Including an interview with Judy Garland's daughter, Lorna Luft.
Actress Keira Knightley and historian Amanda Foreman on Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire.
Crime writer PD James on her life, her writing and her famous detective, Adam Dalgliesh.
Lorraine Kelly on being 'queen of daytime TV'. Plus advice on how to get rid of nits.
Susan Quilliam and Brett Kahr discuss the challenges of updating The Joy of Sex.
Comedienne Joan Rivers on turning 75. Why are men more likely to die from drug abuse?
Is decriminalising prostitution the way to make sex workers safe?
Is wet nursing making a comeback? Plus, Michelle Obama discussed.
The award-winning author Doris Lessing talks about her life and work.
Do images of skinny post-pregnant celebrities send the wrong message?
Musician Billy Bragg on getting a proper job. Plus, child witnesses in Scotland.
Why is singing said to be so beneficial? Plus, the experiences of Muslim women athletes.