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The lowdown on Woman's Hour hosts Emma Barnett and Anita Rani.
The Hamlet and Good Fight star shares her take on juggling acting and motherhood.
Two women explain why they became celibate and the impact it’s had on their lives.
The Magic FM DJ believes that Wayne Couzens exposed himself to her 13 years ago.
We ask women how they feel about equality and where their biggest frustrations lie.
Emma Barnett meets Diana Gayford, a producer of the programme in 1946.
Historian and former producer Dr Kate Murphy revisits Woman's Hour's 75 year history
Dr Gillian Sandstrom outlines the benefits of small talk and some tips on how to do it.
Anita Hill talks about how to stop violence against women from becoming systemic.
Consultant Dr Liz Foley and Marian Nicholson discuss.
We speak to a woman whose husband became a conspiracy theorist when the pandemic hit.
Following the murder of Sabina Nessa last week, we spoke to Kit Malthouse MP
Julia Bradbury talks about her breast cancer diagnosis and how she told her children.
Jennifer Saunders on making ground-breaking comedy and tackling the menopause.
Julia Peyton-Jones on becoming a mother aged 64.
We spoke to two listeners who have consciously made the decision to not have children.
The I May Destroy You creator on TV, getting closure, social media, period sex and more.
Major Alice Bromage on the women at risk in Afghanistan including in the military
What’s the best way to handle the end of a friendship and how do you begin to move on?
We spoke to Homira Rezai about the current situation for women and girls in Afghanistan
Our guest secured the conviction of her mother’s rapist 40 years after the crime.
Emma-Jean Thackray, Nubya Garcia and Jas Kayser discuss life as female instrumentalists.
Ruth Bender Atik, National Director of the Miscarriage Association, shares her advice.
Journalist Rebecca Myers and Richard Burden from the English Institute of Sport discuss.
Sarah Atherton MP discusses her new report about harassment in the Armed Forces
Ten years on from Amy Winehouse’s untimely death, close friend Catriona remembers her.
Shaista, Amna and Huda explain why they started a petition to ban racists from matches.
Deborah James shares what bowel cancer has taught her about making every moment count.
Prof Joanna Wakefield-Scurr talks about the science behind saggy boobs and wearing bras.
Beauty entrepreneur Trinny Woodall and author Molly Forbes discuss.
Lady Lavinia Nourse talks about being cleared of 17 counts of historical child sex abuse.
Otegha Uwagba shares advice about how to take the shame out of the conversation.
Author Caitlin Moran on the joys of being middle aged and how to be a ‘good parent’.
Presenter Claudia Winkleman on her book Quite and her BBC Radio 2 show.
Why the singer songwriter won't stop shouting about the challenges working mothers face.
Julia Cooper wants photographing breastfeeding women without their consent to be illegal.
Author Fiona Spargo-Mabbs shares her advice.
The celebrated author on how to talk about grief and express compassion to others.
Author Holly Smale on her autism diagnosis, aged 39.
Milly Chowles speaks to women at risk of having their children removed.
'Amy' shares her story of abuse from her husband who was a police officer.
Understanding panic attacks with author Claire Eastham & psychotherapist Dawn Estefan.
The artist shares how her experience with cancer and surgery changed her outlook on life.
So what exactly are angling, rocking, shallowing and pairing?
Here's how to check your bike is roadworthy before you ride.
Dawn shares her advice to any women feeling society views them as invisible or less than.
Advice for getting back in the saddle in comfort.
Hashtag #vanlife has 9.5m images on Instagram, but what's the reality of life in a van?
The actor on the #MeToo movement and how it's changed the industry.
Where did the idea women are addicted to chocolate come from? And other surprising facts.
Dr Fiona Vera-Gray thinks porn is setting the tone for young people.
Actor Vanessa Kirby tells us why it's so important to see real women reflected on screen.
Student Ava Vakil and writer Lorraine Candy on sexual harassment and abuse in schools.
Actor Dame Sheila Hancock tells us what a year in lockdown has been like for her
Jessica suffered with endometriosis for more than seven years before being diagnosed.
Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu talks about how Meghan's interview could affect the Royal Family.
Lorraine used Facebook to find a sperm donor as she felt priced out of fertility clinics.
Kate Maltby and Rahila Gupta on the changes they want to see to ensure women's safety.
The actor remembers TV presenter Caroline Flack a year after she took her own life.
The Kids Company founder talks to Woman’s Hour about trying to clear the charity’s name.
Suzi Godson explains the science of hugging and gives some tips if you're feeling lonely.
Mairia Cahill talks about re-living the trauma of her sexual abuse by an IRA member.
Why are Black women in the UK four times more likely to die in pregnancy or childbirth?
The Love Island star on why threatening to share intimate images should be a crime.
'Annie' describes the impact of juggling full-time work with three children at home.
Harry Dunn's mum Charlotte Charles remembers her son.
The comedian's on a mission to get men to talk more about their fertility.
Tips for healing heartbreak from journalist and author Rosie Green.
Last year, broadcaster Clemency Burton-Hill collapsed and was in a coma for 17 days.
It's a Sin actor Lydia West talks about the unusual greeting the characters use.
Activist Katiann from The Halo Collective and Emma Dabiri discuss micro-aggressions.
Helen McCourt's mother Marie explains why she still searches for her daughter's body.
Our presenter Emma Barnett reads a message from Her Majesty to Woman's Hour listeners.
Angie Thomas, author of The Hate U Give, on her new book Concrete Rose.
Emma, a nurse, speaks about the pressures of caring for adult Covid patients in an ICU.
Susannah Constantine talks to Emma Barnett about her struggle with alcoholism.
Exploring the science behind crushes and what they do to our brain.
Donna Price from British Naturism explains the joy of walking in the buff.
Listener Hannah shares her experience after her mum cut off all communication.
Woman's Hour spoke to Emma, who was injected with lip filler in a stranger's flat
Alex Davies-Jones MP urges women to not delay booking their smear tests
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Business minister Paul Scully MP says employers should support workers with abuse issues
Fleur East and Lioness MC share their experiences of working in the music industry.
How it feels to reach the age your mum was when she died.
Sonia Khan, the political adviser sacked by Dominic Cummings, talks to Emma Barnett.
Two change makers tell us why now is the time to alter our buying habits for good.
The author on her new book Olive and the child-free by choice conversation.
Read up on all 30 of the inspiring women on our Woman's Hour Power List: Our Planet.
These inspiring women are protecting our planet and topping the Woman's Hour Power List.
Author and blogger Candice Brathwaite on sharing her story as a black British mother.
Dr Pragya Agarwal and Freddie Harrel share their personal experiences and tips.
Expert advice for fostering strong and healthy romantic relationships.
Five women at the Women of the World Festival offer their tips for creating change.
Why doesn't the emergency contraception always work? And why don't women know more?
The best advice and ideas for tackling loneliness as shared on Woman's Hour.
The singer and presenter tells us why talking about her mental health has been so key.
Five listeners tell us their personal story, some of them for the first time.
A series exploring its impact on women’s work and relationships, and potential treatments
From Fleabag, the power of friendship, to Killing Eve and working on the new Bond film.