With Jane Garvey. Including drama: Writing the Century (1/5).
BBC Radio 4
Pakistani lawyer Asma Jahangir on the legacy of Benazir Bhutto.
Erinma Bell on her organisation that challenges gang culture in Manchester's Moss Side.
An episode dedicated to exploring the role of mistresses.
Tracey Dawson and Barry Cryer talk about the comedian Les Dawson.
What is the enduring appeal of the infamous schoolgirls?
BBC Radio 4 FM
Are too many mentally ill people being imprisoned?
A special on breast cancer, including listener experiences.
What makes you try to find a missing parent? Plus, Rebecca Hosking on wildlife filmmaking.
Dr Barbara Reynolds on the legacy of Dorothy L Sayers.
How can a parent emotionally come to terms with their baby's sudden death?
How do parents cope when their offspring come back home for the Christmas holidays?
Do we really need a curriculum for under 5's? Plus, the enduring appeal of Maria Callas.
Carol Ann Duffy on writing lyrics for a collection of modern carols.
Dr Ingrid Mattson on converting to Islam. Plus, the darker side of the Nutcracker.
An investigation into the early twentieth century women who crossed gender.
Is the feminisation of society to blame for boys performing badly at school?
Singer-songwriter PJ Harvey talks about her life and career.
Does our focus on breast cancer mean that other cancers lose out on research and funding?
Peace campaigner Eileen Daffern discusses her passion for social justice and feminism.