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Lauren Laverne and guests in intimate, frank and funny Late Night Woman's Hour.
We celebrate the achievements of women from across the industry.
Simon Hooper aka 'Father of Daughters' shares his top tips for fatherhood.
Jayne Ozanne and Sally Hitchiner on their own experiences.
A headteacher gives her own take and advice on how parents and schoolchildren can cope.
Why would anyone need a spare Mum?
What's behind the gendered rise?
The late MP's sister, Kim Leadbeater, on women in politics, safety and move forward.
The five-time Paralympic Champion Hannah Cockroft on the Athletics Classification.
Dr Anna Machin's new research explores the mentality and mechanics of being a dad.
A group of women tell us how walking and talking has made a difference to them.
The singers chats about finding confidence.
Jacqueline Springer and Audrey Indome discuss with Jane Garvey.
When Gabourey was auditioning for Precious, she also had a pretty interesting job.
MP Jess Phillips and sex worker Marianne Davies debate how best to protect sex workers.
Sports writer Anna Kessel and Boxer Tasha Jonas on the lack of women in this year's list.
Courtney Barnett on using music to tackle anxiety.
Jenni Murray explores the pros and cons of bilingual childhoods.
Couples therapist Esther Perel tells Jenni Murray why #metoo has changed relationships.
Louise Hulland explores the ways women are judged for the way they grieve.
Filmmaker Clare Anyiam-Osigwe & journalist Victoria Sanusi share their lived experiences.
The Conductor, Pianist, and Composer discuss what the Classical Music offers women.
Stella Creasy explains to Jane Garvey why she is calling for an emergency debate.
Chelsea on the impact and influence of being a Clinton.
The Scottish songwriter, producer and lead vocalist of the alternative rock band Garbage.
Héloïse Letissier, known by her stage name Christine and the Queens, is a French singer.
Three young women on their abusive relationships and how they got out of them.
Three young women on the reality of being in abusive relationships and how they started.
Vanessa Kimbell shares her tips on how to establish your sourdough starter.
Singer-songwriter, Laura Mvula, examines why under 35s are particularly prone to anxiety.
The rules of female friendship according to author Kate Leaver.
Viv Groskop and Gemma Cairney on why we still turn to real people for advice.
Bloggers Grace Victory, Steph Yeboah and Bethany Rutter on embracing their bodies.
Four women struggle to reclaim their identity after being abused online.
Tips and advice from the five mums who feature in our Bump, Birth and Beyond series.
Dr Sarah Vohra on what to look for in young children and how to help them.
Unbelievably busy? Reclaim your time with Meshel Laurie's Buddhism-inspired tips.
Stories of young people in trouble and the people who pull them back from the brink.
Co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors on the experiences that inspired the global movement.
Top life lessons from the mums of Saoirse Ronan, Paloma Faith, Jo Swinson and more.
A way of life or a dirty word? We ask Elisabeth Moss, Salt-N-Pepa, Lydia Bright and more.
Psychologist Dr Chris Boyle & author Grace Timothy discuss fibs, falsehoods & fiction.
The Oscar-nominated actor tells us why the mother-daughter tale is chiming with so many.
Our Late Night Woman's Hour money experts share vital tips to improve your bank balance.
Food writer & Leon co-founder Allegra McEvedy shares tips to help your amateur chefs.
A series exploring its impact on women’s work and relationships, and potential treatments
Visual delights from Woman's Hour.
Get all the pictures, videos, behind the scenes and more from Woman’s Hour
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
In a 40 week pregnancy there are 3 trimesters - but should there be a 4th?
Women in South Korea face being filmed in public & say there is ‘spy cam porn epidemic’.
Jane Garvey talks to schools minister Nick Gibb about exam stress.
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