Highlights from the archive since 1946 - unexpected and delightful moments that are newly restored to the Woman’s Hour archive.
Theresa May MP on being Home Secretary, being a woman and being in power.
Margaret Thatcher reflects on the betrayal she felt when her leadership was challenged.
Hillary Clinton talks frankly about her political identity and her husband’s infidelity.
Actress Debbie Reynolds talks about her career from 1989.
Comedy duo Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders (in 1986) on their success and sketches.
Helen Brook was a pioneer in the field of sex and contraception education and advice.
American feminist Gloria Steinem explains why the US needs an Equal Rights Amendment.
Monica Lewinsky talks candidly about her affair with President Bill Clinton.
Nora Ephron on her film You’ve Got Mail and the inspiration for her book Heartburn.
Legendary folk singer Joan Baez on her political protests and her musical career.
Edwina Currie’s response to John Major's 'shame' over their 4 year affair in the 80s.
Legendary jazz singer Nina Simone talks about her career and her favourite song.
How much of a gamechanger was Dame Anita Roddick in the beauty industry?
A Woman's Hour special with Jenni Murray and the Dowager Duchess of Devonshire at 90.
Critically acclaimed author Maya Angelou on food and memories that it can evoke.
John Diamond and his wife Nigella Lawson talk about how they are coping with his cancer.
Baroness Shirley Williams on her life in politics and academia.
Dame Ninette de Valois on her world famous ballet career.
Ginger Rogers talks about her legendary life of glamour, romance and success.
American science-fiction author Ursula Le Guin chats to Jenni Murray in 1990.
Acclaimed writer, Doris Lessing talks about the impact of her novel, The Golden Notebook.
The former Director of Children’s Services for Harringey on Baby P and child protection.
South African Nobel Prize-winning author Nadine Gordimer.
Winnie Mandela on her political life in South Africa and her marriage to Nelson.
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