How do women make the decision about whether to have children or to be child free?
Is motherhood for me? Bullying in the House of Commons, Crime writer Lilja Sigurdadottir
US midterms, breast cancer research, Iman Qureshi
US midterms, breast cancer research, Iman Qureshi and WH Power Lister Sas Metcalfe
'Ear for eye', Protest, Armistice Day, Power List, Sex education
Kayla Meikle and Lashana Lynch, women of the northern coalfield, soldiers, Alice Farhnam
Mary Portas - Work Like a Woman
Mary Portas talks to Jenni Murray about her new book, Work Like a Woman.
Mary Portas, breast cancer scare stories, bullying in Parliament
Mary Portas on changing work culture, plus Carey Mulligan on her new film, and Imogen Heap
The Michelle Obama Effect and Women in the Middle Ages
As Michelle Obama releases her memoir, we discuss her impact on women around the world
Children and laughter, Lynsey Addario, Sikh divorce
Why laughter's vital to children. Photojournalist Lynsey Addario. Mothers and knife crime.
Phyllis Logan on Patricia Highsmith, Improving women's healthcare, Child carers
Women's health, Patricia Highsmith, child carers and Dorothy Wordsworth
Comedian Jessie Cave. Author Cath Staincliffe. Power List 2018; Amber Davis A&R Director at Warner/Chappell
Comedian Jessie Cave. Crime writer Cath Staincliffe. Support for pregnant women in prison.
American comedian, actor, activist and musician Lea DeLaria
Actor Lea DeLaria, Ruth Coppinger & Irish rape case, writer Judy Tate, Leeds and sex work
Weekend Woman's Hour: Lea DeLaria, Pregnant women in prison, Sikh divorce
Actor Lea DeLaria, women having babies in prison and divorce after expensive weddings.
Cilla Black, Sex and Gender, Brexit
Cilla Black, Sex and Gender Part 1, Brexit
Powerful Women under Pressure, the 'Toxic' Sex and Gender debate, Periods and Parenting
Attitudes towards powerful women under pressure. Plus talking to children about periods.
Breakup hair, Jayne Zito, Frieda, Arguing
Life after campaigning, Annabel Abbs, parents who argue, and haircuts after splitting up
Cuckoo: Teenage life in a small Irish town, coercive control convictions, help for low-paid women
Featuring teenage life in a small Irish town and help for low paid women.
The great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst on the campaign to get more women into parliament
The great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst on the campaign to get more women MPs.
Leaving controlling relationships, Caryl Churchill, Cilla
Coercive control prosecution. Caryl Churchill. Remastering Cilla's hits. Sex and gender.
Joan Collins 'unscripted', The law on sex on gender, Why shapewear is gaining in popularity
Joan Collins on her one-woman show. Plus the law on sex and gender, and shapewear.
Women on the Western Front, Blackfishing, Menopause reversal
Fur coats on the frontline: what a group of rich women did in World War I.
Mel B, Children and Gambling, Nuns
Mel B from the Spice Girls, children and gambling, plus nuns and sexual abuse.
Grandmas, Maternity leave, Prison, Forced marriage
Loving or hating maternity leave; Don't Forget the Birds; Grandmas-to-be; Forced marriage
Freya Ridings; Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder; Kindertransport Anniversary & Child Refugees;
Singer, Freya Ridings; FASD; Comic strip artist, Emma; Kindertransport & Child Refugees;
Late Night Woman's Hour
Emma Barnett and guests partake of a few nocturnal frank and funny conversations.
Spice Girl Mel B, Dame Joan Collins unscripted, Live music from Freya Ridings as featured on Love Island
Spice Girl Mel B is 'Brutally Honest', and an unscripted Dame Joan Collins.
Sammy Woodhouse, Babies, Sex and gender
Sammy Woodhouse, baby development, sex and gender
Sex and Gender: Sport, Child Neglect
Transgender access to sport, rising number of child neglect cases, and bonding over telly.
Media reporting of the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex
Media reporting of the Duchess of Cambridge and the Duchess of Sussex.
Grannies-to-be. SEN provision in schools. Neo-classical painter Angelica Kauffman reimagined.
Rubina, Erika, Angie and Rosemary look ahead to being grandmothers.
Angela Merkel's Successor? Plus Baby Banks, Aimee Stuart, Supporting Support Workers
Angela Merkel, baby banks, Aimee Stuart and supporting support workers.
Actor Sharon D Clarke, Rotherham victim Sammy Woodhouse, Author Anna Freeman
Sharon D Clarke on her role in Caroline, or Change. And Rotherham victim Sammy Woodhouse.
IVF Waiting, Strokes, Craft Prize Winner
Waiting for IVF results, Caring for someone who's had a stroke, Our Craft Prize Winner
Columnist and Author Roxane Gay, 'Consent Videos', What Women Want From Support Workers
Columnist and author Roxane Gay, plus what do women want from support workers?
Pauline McLynn, Breast cancer and older mothers, Salome Zurabishvili, Melissa Cole
Pauline McLynn, breast cancer and older mothers, Salome Zurabishvili and Melissa Cole.
Natasha Gordon, Posh shops, Grandchildren
Actor and playwright Natasha Gordon. Posh shops and the business of browsing,
Woman's Hour celebrates 100 years since the first women voted in a UK election
It's the centenary of the first UK women voting and standing for election.
Natasha Gordon, Consent videos, Two-week wait after IVF
The first black British female playwright in the West End. Consent videos. Roxane Gay
Drinking anxiety, Rose McGowan, Working in a care home
Feeling anxious after drinking. Rose McGowan. Working in a care home.
Party dresses, workplace reforms, Papagena
Workplace reforms, how to thrive in retirement, party dresses, Papagena,
Samplers exhibition. Harriet Harman MP. Director Susanne Bier. Doing Christmas well as a separated parent.
Stories of the lives of 18th- and 19th-century children through samplers. Harriet Harman
The Favourite, Abortion in Ireland, Mid Winter
Deborah Davis on competition, power and same-sex desire in The Favourite
Parenting: Family TV
Is family television viewing on the rise?
Parenting: Grandmas to be
What kind of grandmother do you think you would be?
Dancer Celine Gittens, Christmas as separated parents, retirement
Dancer Celine Gittens, retirement, Christmas for separated parents
Christmas - too much hard work?
People can go to extreme lengths at Christmas to make things 'perfect' - is it worth it?
Christmas Day with Prue Leith, Kelechi Okafor, Helen Lewis and Bridget Christie
Wise words from 2018 with Bake Off host Prue Leith and actor Kelechi Okafor.
Celebrating Powerful Women in Music
Sex and power in the music industry; who is really in control?
Birmingham Royal Ballet Principal, Celine Gittens dances the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker
Celine Gittens, Women in Prison, Queen Victoria, Escaping Xmas and Winter Solstice poetry.
Lily Collins on her role as Fantine in a new production of Les Miserables.
Lily Collins on her role in Les Miserables, the miracle of vinegar and being 18 in 2018.
Insomnia, Mrs Pankhurst's Purple Feather, Family stories
What is it like to have insomnia? And how are feathers connected to the Suffragettes?
Emma and guests partake of a few nocturnal frank and funny conversations.
Turning 18 in 2018 One Year On, Lily Collins, Sexuality and Power in the Music Industry
Four eighteen year olds discuss their year, sexuality and power in music, and Lily Collins
Books That Changed Your Mind
Tina Daheley discusses books that have changed your mind
Life challenges, resilience and self compassion
Four women explore how to face life's challenges with resilience and self compassion.
Jennifer Pike, Changes to 'Red Books', the Unexpected Joy of Being Single
Violinist Jennifer Pike talks about her childhood in the spotlight
Cerrie Burnell, Elizabeth Warren, Holidays, Speaking up, Forced marriage
The Girl with the Shark’s Teeth, running for president, paying for forced marriage rescues
Parenting: Multi-generational holidays
Do multi-generational family holidays work?
Women Lawyers, Sepsis, Diets
100 Years of Women Lawyers, Sepsis Campaigner, Diets and Healthy Eating
Life challenges, Books that changed your mind, Jennifer Pike, Food and fear
Four women on facing life's challenges. How to eat - and speak - without fear.
Annie Mac and BBC Sound Of 2019, Melanie Brown on choosing to live with one breast after a mastectomy, Stephanie Jones
Annie Mac; Stephanie Jones and transitioning; choosing not to hide a mastectomy.
Alex Lovell on being stalked, New divorce law in Saudi Arabia, 17th century composer Barbara Strozzi
The implications of a new divorce law in Saudi Arabia. The experience of being stalked.
Who was Colette?
Colette, Racism in Women's Football, Stress-free Parenting
Parenting: New grandmothers
What's it like to become a grandma for the first time?
Maternity leave for students, Cyntoia Brown, HRT patches
Cyntoia Brown, HRT patches, maternity leave for students, and Flirty Dancing
Divorcing well, New Year's resolutions, Male carers, Croatian 'obstetric violence', Universal credit
How to divorce well, New Year resolutions, male carers, and universal credit changes.
Annie Mac, Colette, Finding Love on the Dance Floor
Annie Mac on the women we should listen to in 2019. Discovering Colette. Dance and romance
Malala Yousafzai. A history of women working from home. Sorting your life admin.
Malala Yousafzai and refugee stories
Marin Alsop, the Politics of Physical Affection, Freelancer Mums
Conductor Marin Alsop is number eight on the Woman's Hour Power List 2018
Life and legacy of socialist Rosa Luxemberg. Casual feminists. Losing your virginity.
The life and legacy of revolutionary socialist Rosa Luxemburg.
Parenting: Family stress
How do you create a stress-free family life?
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, family secrets, Voyeurism Bill, comfy shoes
Ruth Bader Ginsburg as pop icon, the burden of family secrets, Voyeurism Bill, comfy shoes
The Women's March, Film Classification, Jasmin Paris
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
Malala Yousafzai, Jasmin Paris, Comfy trainers
Malala Yousafzai, Jasmin Paris winner of the Spine Race and comfy trainers
Why don't women propose more? Sara Cox. The "good girl" stereotype in schools.
We discuss proposals - who's asking who? Girls in school. The new Domestic Violence Bill
Lorraine Kelly, Jessica Eaton, and talking to your child about breasts.
Andrew Martin's five essays that muse on the county of his birth and upbringing.
Update: Political stalemate in US leads to queues at food banks
Thousands of unpaid workers turn to food banks as the shutdown enters its second month.
Sean Curran has the best of the day at Westminster.
Modern Day Matchmaking
Ankur Desai is in for Mobeen to discuss the modern day matchmaking process and rishtas.
Workers Turn to Food Banks as US Shutdown Continues
Thousands of workers are still without pay as the US shutdown enters its second month.