Children, adoption, research, discussion.
Discussion about Active Fatherhood with David Lammy MP and Kathryn Gyngell.
Naomi Gryn on becoming a mother at 51 and how she'll deal with teenagers in her late 60s.
Heidi Thomas explains how Call the Midwife has encouraged men to talk about childbirth.
"Not neccessarily" says Alex, son of Jill Huntesmith who has learning disabilities.
Author Tim Lott and journalist Rosie Millard debate whether family holidays can be fun.
How far do you take feminist principles in family life?
Are Home schooling regulations a necessary to protect vulnerable children or overkill?
Carol Scott reveals what it’s like to be the mum of a member of Team GB.
Would the British benefit from adopting a more French style of parenting?
What drives a parent to carry out such a brutal crime? And what can be done to prevent it?
Listener Maria talks about how she told her terminally ill daughter about her illness.
Psychologist Terri Apter, author of a book on difficult mothers, speaks to Jenni Murray.
Woman’s Hour listener Jane talks about her challenging relationship with her mother.