What do we know about so-called white widow Samantha Lewthwaite? Presented by Jane Garvey.
BBC Radio 4
Featuring Beverley Knight, Harriet Harman, dealing with colourism, and women in space.
Arthur Miller's roles for women. A Midlands family in bronze. Presented by Jenni Murray.
The life and work of society florist Constance Spry. Plus WH Powerlister Vivien Duffield.
Jenni Murray looks at conditions inside a Russian women's prison, live opera and more.
Beverley Knight on her new role in The Bodyguard, and the status of women astronauts.
Labour deputy leader Harriet Harman MP on her life in politics. With Jane Garvey.
Stevie Nicks. Margaret Hodge. The school initiative for teen boys - Great Men Value Women.
Jenni Murray talks to Margaret Hodge MP about being chair of the Public Accounts Committee
Great Men Value Women - a school initiative talking to teenage boys about masculinity.
The Carnatic music of Sudha Ragunathan. Jenni Murray presents the female perspective.
Antarctic commander; sharing housework; books for teens; should inheritance law change?
Stevie Nicks on her world tour with Fleetwood Mac. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Katie Melua, Alison Goldfrapp, and is dyeing grey hair a feminist issue?
BBC Radio 4 FM
Singer-songwriter Katie Melua performs. Jenni Murray presents the female perspective.
Is grey hair a feminist issue? Plus Lib Dem MP Jo Swinson; miscarriage; Jean Sprackland.
Goldfrapp; Louise Brealey on Pope Joan; the Delhi Rape trial; Campaigning parent bloggers.
Jane Garvey celebrates Eartha Kitt, and investigates the exploitation of Asian girls.
Parents who blog about their children and why they do it. Presented by Jane Garvey.
Jamie Oliver on budget cooking, powerlister Martha Lane Fox, and soprano Joyce DiDonato.
Reading in schools; Australia's general election; gay rights in Uganda; rower Helen Glover
Presented by Jenni Murray. With model Alexa Chung and mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato.
Meg Rosoff, women's cricket, Mossarat Qadeem and Anya von Bremzen.
Woman's Hour Power lister, Martha Lane Fox; why there are so few women philosophers.
With Jamie Oliver. And the sandwich generation - caring for your parents and children.