22 composers are championed as the Proms reflect on when women got the vote 100 years ago.
The award-winning composer on her new piece for a disabled-led ensemble.
Women's voices and women's lives - topical conversations to inform, challenge and inspire.
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week
Singer Jessie Ware on the joys of food, and why girls are disappearing from care services.
Summer hair trends; Police & sexual misconduct; Women of so-called "Islamic State"; HPV.
Domestic violence prevention. Managing how our data’s used. Veteran journalist Hella Pick.
Singer Paloma Faith on music and motherhood.
Nannie and Cutty Sark; Good Leadership; DJ Jaguar; No-fault divorce; Women's Super League
Women's Health Special - Nadine Dorries, Unwell Women, Mesh removal centres, Autoimmunity
Dido Harding's first interview since leaving her job setting up test and trace.
Author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on grief, Composer Arooj Aftab, Reclaiming sexist language
Arooj Aftab; PIP implants; Race, trauma and culture; Reclaiming sexist language.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; 'Valuing Everyone'; Parm Sandhu; Summer Legs.
Watch the HEAR HER film on iPlayer
Celebrating Women’s Voices and Female Artists on 8th June.
One woman talks about painful sex, something that affects 1 in 10 women.
CBBC series providing an insight into the lives of children across the UK
Björk, St Vincent and more recommend the women who should be on your playlists.
Away from the suffrage campaign, Pankhurst was raising money to help "war babies".
Life, love and work in a white man's world. Let's help each other figure it out!
BBC Three on why women should speak up about what gets them off.
Model and activist Munroe Bergdorf on how talking has helped her heal.
One woman's journey from anorexia to body positivity
BBC Three asks whether it's messy, gross or brilliant?
BBC Three: 'I'm a single mum and it's the best thing that happened to me'
Grace Victory on why we need to see women shamelessly enjoying food
It's been 100 years since (some) women got the right to vote in the UK.
Vagina surgery, vagina make-up, vagina memes... What the hell is going on?
Barbara Hosking said she was enjoying her new status as a potential "gay icon".
Emma creates body-positive pottery to reflect different types of breasts.
Mum Takeover is BBC 5 live’s spotlight on maternal mental health.
Join #GirlGains’ Tally, Zanna & Vic as they talk all things fitness and body confidence.
5 Live's Anna Foster meets the women of Nasa.
5 live has been looking at the physical and psychological impact of skin conditions.
'They're not just handing out vaginas in the street!'
Is the awkward chat at the pharmacist necessary?
The coolest club you never want to be a part of…
Jessica Bell has loved to dance since she was three.
Sally Nugent speaks to Fifa's Fatma Samoura ahead of the 2018 World Cup.
Promiscuity, politics and on the payroll.
On Boxing Day 1917, in a largely forgotten match, two teams faced one another in Belfast.
BBC Bitesize on what happened when the heiress met the agitator.
History Hunters uncover the story of the first woman 'to speak' in the House of Commons.
The story of Emmeline Pankhurst, the suffragettes and their political protest.
Radio 3 shines a spotlight on female composers.
Radio 3 invites you to mark the centenary of UK women's suffrage with a new choral work.
Helen Arney tells the story of French mathematician Sophie Germain.
Radio 3 explores how Nordic culture has venerated strong women for thousands of years.
We may be living through an AI revolution but where are the male digital assistants?
Be inspired by Eliza Carthy's beautiful solo interpretation of our new choral commission.
BBC World Service looks at the lives of women around the world.
Some Emmelines in 2018 describe what it's like sharing a name with a suffragette icon.
Known as the anti-suffrage movement, meet the women 100 years ago against getting the vote
Suffragetto is a board game of battles, a tabletop clash of Suffragettes versus the Police
Reality Check: How many UK statues are of women?