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Debates and interviews from influential and inspirational women from the Woman's Hour Power List.
MediaCom’s CEO on how her influence works.
What influence do celebrities have on our lives?
This year’s Woman’s Hour Power list will list ten women with the most influence in the UK
Lucy-Anne Holmes on Woman's Hour 2015 Power List: Influencers
Who is influencing what you wear? Is it fashion designers or style icons?
Caitlin Moran discusses all things woman
How many women attend the World Economic Forum and how much influence do they have?
How personal experience turned Cynthia Barlow and Carmel McConnell into game changers.
Take opportunities when they come your way and take a chance.
Power Lister Professor Dame Carol Black on how we should help people return to work.
Nimco Ali and Leyla Hussein, anti-FGM activists on the Game Changers Power List
Organisational psychologist Rachel Short on what makes a game changer.
Lady Hale, the Supreme Court's Deputy President, on its lack of diversity.
We hear endlessly of all the Etonian men in power. But do women use equivalent networks?
Is it possible to become powerful and stay the person you once were?
Dido Harding CEO of Talk Talk, on her career and position on the Woman's Hour Power List
Heather Rabbatts talks about her place on the Woman’s Hour power list.
How have women dressed for success in the workplace and does "power dressing" still exist?
Shouting in public or quiet persuasion - which works best?
Dame Sue Ion says that in certain schools engineering is still seen as a subject for boys.
Before joining Mastercard, Ann had a career in banking and worked on offshore oil rigs.
"First you see the problem, then you find the answer, then you design something..."
Professor Dame Sally Davies,Chief Medical Officer for England on her early days as doctor
Discussion about how the judges decided on the final top ten.
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