What is toxic masculinity? Author Dr Sharon Blackie; Judith Gough, UK ambassador
BBC Radio 4
Esther Rutter tells us about the secret feminist history of knitting.
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
Daphne Caruana Galizia, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Suzanne Ciani, music and dementia.
Magnificent women engineers, learning piano, Emmy success and coping music.
From the Labour Conference 2019 shadow Treasury Minister Anneliese Dodds talks to Jane.
Sally Challen's first radio interview; Fiona Benson and Autumn Equinox; Music and Dementia
The magic of dance with Shirley Ballas and Curtis Prtichard. The reality of flexible work.
Dance extravaganza - the magic of ballroom, jazz, Kathak, modern
Chinese whistleblower, Shuping Wang; Cecelia Ahern; Selina Periampillai on Mauritian food.
Reverend Traci Blackmon mobilising mothers in the US against guns.
The reality of searching for part-time or flexible work.
The Lib Dem conference, The story of a listener’s best day, Campaigner Vicky Phelan
Waad al-Kateab on surviving life in Aleppo, plus Brexit and science fiction by women.
BBC Radio 4 FM
Diane Barker on her Best Day in eastern Tibet, and victims' commissioner Claire Waxman.
Susan Sontag's life and work, intersectionality in feminist economics, Waad Al Kateab.
Marina Litvinenko on the play about her husband's death. Population-wide cancer testing.
What impact is the continuing conflict over Brexit having on you?
Weekend Woman's Hour: Jackie Kay, women in Parliament, fussy eating and period sex taboo.
How much power and responsibility do women consumers really have?
National Poet for Scotland Jackie Kay on a new production of her 1980s play Chiaruscuro.
Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder; Carrie Gracie's book Equal; youth work.
Jen Brister on being the non-biological lesbian mum. Parliamentary women to watch and CMV.
Why is having sex when you've got your period such a taboo subject?