Debates and interviews from influential and inspirational women from the Woman's Hour Power List.
Is it possible to name powerful women without the advantage of hindsight?
Nicola Shindler is one of the most influential people in TV drama in the UK.
Marisa Drew on the intellectual challenges she faces in her investment banking career
Jenni speaks to Margaret Heckel, who has written a biography of Angela Merkel.
Dame Julie Moore, Chief Exec., University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Louise Casey, Woman's Hour Power Lister, Director General of the Troubled Families Unit.
How much did Margaret Thatcher change the political landscape?
Joanna Lumley says selling unwanted clothes appeals to her as it helps women and children.
Baroness Sue Campbell from Woman's Hour Power List talks about encouraging women in sport.
Nazneen Rahman- Gamechanger
Helena Morrissey says, if the culture of a firm is holding you back, it’s time to leave.
Francesca Martinez is a comedian, actress and disability campaigner
Eve Pollard reveals the Woman's Hour Power List. With an audience in the BBC Radio Theatre
Who are the top 10 game changers? Panel Emma Barnett and Rachel Johnson discuss
Mary Quant - Game Changer in Fashion
The Power List panel describe what a Game Changer should be.
Which women hold power in the UK's biggest manufacturing industry, food and drink?
The Chairman of West Ham United on her career in male-dominated businesses
Pinky Lilani on the importance of building connections with others
Professor Sue Bailey from the Woman's Hour Power List in conversation with Jenni
Jenni talks to Margaret Hodge about holding the government and others to account.
Professor Sue Black on how her fear of rodents led her into the study of human anatomy.
Former minister Yvette Cooper on her battle with civil servants while on maternity leave.
How much of a gamechanger was Dame Anita Roddick in the beauty industry?
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