A collection of interviews with people who were there at key moments in women's history
In April 1982, film star Jane Fonda launched her first workout video
Mercedes Doretti has spent her life uncovering mass graves around the world.
The larger than life vaudeville star - Sophie Tucker - died on February 9th 1966.
Scientist Elizabeth Fisher created a new strain of mouse to help understand Down Syndrome
Alexandra Kollontai was the leading Marxist feminist in Communist Russia.
In 1994 Pakistan opened the country's first all-female police station
How Afghan women resisted the Taliban's efforts to prohibit education for girls
Millions of women were left single after the men they would have married died in WW1.
Erica Jong, a feminist author from New York, talks about her novel on female sexuality
Winner of two Nobel prizes for her pioneering research into radioactivity
The remarkable story of Maryam Mursal, one of the superstars of 1970s Somali music .
In 1962 Timmie Jean Lindsey became the first woman in the world to have the operation.
Indian film star Shabana Azmi recalls playing a lesbian in the controversial film, Fire
How Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to run the Boston Marathon in 1967
A childhood illness left Helen Keller deaf and blind - but she still learned to speak
In 1987 Diane Abbott became the first black woman elected to the British Parliament
How the cellist Anita Lasker-Wallfisch survived the Holocaust by playing music.
The voices of the suffragettes who led the campaign for the women's vote in Britain
In 1993, Marguerite Barankitse came to symbolise hope for peace in Burundi's civil war
In 1979, the Islamic Revolution changed Iranian women's lives forever.
The pill meant reliable, convenient family planning - and sexual freedom
Why did she follow her father into politics?
The outspoken Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya was murdered in October 2006
On 31 October 1984, Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was shot by her bodyguards
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