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Across WW1’s centenary year, Woman's Hour looks at the war’s impact on women’s lives.
How did women vote in the Scottish referendum and how critical was it in the outcome?
Kate Adie and Baroness Shirley Williams join Jenni Murray to discuss the impact of the war
Editor Jessica Dromgoole and academic Dr Angela K Smith on the fiction and reality.
A Blue Plaque has been unveiled for the most senior nurse on the Western Front during WW1
Hollie McNish and Kate Pullinger discuss the Letter and Unknown Soldier project
Telegraphist Annie May Martin on her work in France in 1918 in an IWM archive interview.
Creator and writer, Sarah Phelps discusses her new WW1 drama, 'The Crimson Field.'
Archive with Kitty from World War One At Home, a BBC and Imperial War Museums partnership
Why Yvonne McEwan is campaigning for an official memorial to nurses who served in WW1 & 2
Professor Christine Hallett on trauma, and archive interview with WW1 nurse Elsie Knocker
Baroness de T'Serclaes on being the first female nurse on the frontline of World War One.
Shot by a German firing squad for helping hundreds of allied soldiers flee Belgium.