Lauren and guests partake of a few nocturnal frank and funny conversations.
Is the search for happiness making us sad?
Lauren's guests are Aida Edemariam and Sali Hughes, who both left home at fifteen.
LNWH is baffled. And worried about a time when we won't be baffled.
Emma Gannon just sent 18 bags of stuff to the charity shop.
Consent, due process, self-defence, seduction, Simone de Beauvoir and, er.... snacks.
From Rapunzel to Samson, hair is all about sex, gender politics and power.
Lauren and guests reflect on how we can find the right balance between work and rest.
When trying to improve your looks backfires.
Writer and comedian Rosie Fletcher on the impact having ME has had on both work and rest.
Lauren talks to leading female activists about the joys and tough choices of campaigning.
Late Night Woman's Hour takes to the open road...
"What do you mean I'm going to sag? Sag WHERE?" Lauren and guests discuss ageing.
Search Late Night Woman's Hour in your podcast app and hit subscribe.
Emma Barnett and guests discuss break-ups.
Lauren Laverne interviews Viv Albertine at the Free Thinking Festival.
Lauren Laverne discusses instinct and intuition with guests including Hilary Devey.
Are we all living in bubbles these days? And if we are, how easy is it to break out?
The latest party hair and colour trends, plus a life-changing hair care tip.
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss the delights and perils of parties.
Lauren Laverne explores female friendship, from BFFs and Squad Goals to Mean Girls.
Lauren Laverne and guests talk hygge, home and the new domesticity.
Where does private space for women end and public space begin?
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss women in sport.
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss how to live with anxiety.
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss women and masturbation - is it still a taboo?
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss the origins and pitfalls of female stereotypes.
Lauren Laverne and guests discuss clothes - what we wear and what it means.
Who invented leisure time? Who gets it? Who wants it? And why is 'me time' just for women?
What's the secret to healthy levels of self-esteem? And can we ever have too much?
Lauren and guests address the pressure to be 'always on'.
Young women share their top tips for getting involved in activism.
From sad songs to social media blackouts, some top tips from Late Night Woman's Hour.
Neuroscientist Sophie Scott on understanding microexpressions and reading people's minds.
Lauren's guests are Dr Sue Black, Prof Sarah Kember and Rhianna Pratchett.
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