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Kate Rusby, Frances Cha, Textile Factories
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
Mary Trump: TikTok and parents; Social mobility and the creative industries
Mary Trump on the book she has written about her famous uncle.
Kate Rusby, Women and high street job losses, Mary Trump, How to be a friend, Childfree by choice
Known as the Barnsley Nightingale, the folk singer Kate Rusby on her album of covers.
Summer Holidays, Sex Robots and Artificial Wombs, Film Director Jessica Swale
Journalist Jenny Kleeman on sex robots and artificial wombs & the implications for women
Finding a comfortable saddle; Nutrition and brain health; Jackie Clune
Black Women in the music industry; Premenstrual dysphoric disorder
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world
School exclusions; Women and running; Recovery after domestic violence
How to End a Relationship, Alice Oseman, Mother and Baby Units in Prison
Recovering after domestic abuse, Black women in music, Bicycle saddles
Building a new life after domestic abuse: How friends and family can help survivors.
Kids Against Plastic, Irish Tampon Ad, Zara McFarlane
How to help your child spot fake news online
Spotting fake news; Zoom Medicine; New series: Scars; Author & fiddler, Emma John;
Empowering schoolchildren to identify propaganda and distorted facts online
Baby banks, Mercury prize nominee Georgia, Pat Hume, Author Luan Goldie
The rise of families visiting baby banks. Mercury prize nominee Georgia.
Zadie Smith, Women and their Scars, Xuefei Yang and Maternity Care
Zadie Smith on her book 'Intimations',maternity care and classical guitarist Xuefei Yang.
Standing Up For Your Mate, Victoria Cilliers, Black Businesswomen
Zadie Smith, Baby banks, Pat Hume, Irish tampon ad, Victoria Cilliers, Kids against plastic
Zadie Smith on her series of essays written during the early months of lockdown.
Women and unemployment; Daisy Johnson; BBC Elite Women's Sport Survey 2020
Female Refugees, Karen Maine director of Yes God, Yes, Women and their Scars
What happens to the small percentage of young female unaccompanied refugees in the UK?
Barrister Alexandra Wilson. The new breed of "Femtech" companies. Kamala Harris Vice-President nominee
Alexandra Wilson on breaking down the barriers of race and class to become a barrister.
Women DJs in lockdown
Women DJs, A levels and home-education, Veronika Tsepkalo, and the scars of psoriasis.
Codebreaking Sisters, Food and Climate Change, How to Handle Conflict
WW2 codebreaking sisters talk about how they served their country.
The codebreaking sisters. Women in elite sport. How female DJs are adapting during lockdown
The codebreaking sisters. Women in elite sport. Female DJs adapting during lockdown.
Women's rights in Afghanistan, Fleet street pioneer Julie Welch, Infertility, The works of Mary Stewart
Peace talks with the Taliban: Safeguarding women's rights in Afghanistan.
Can sex offenders change? Oestrogen and Covid; Childless older women
What treatment is available to stop sex offenders from committing more crimes?
Ellen DeGeneres, crime writer Denise Mina and Kids in Crisis After Covid
Ellen DeGeneres, Camilla Thurlow and Denise Mina.
Woman's Hour Parenting Podcast
Advice on supporting your child's mental health during the Coronavirus pandemic
Miriam Margolyes; Elaine Feeney; Cook the Perfect with Ravinder Bhogal.
Author Wendy Holden. Sexual violence in rural areas. How to make time for yourself
Author Wendy Holden on her novel inspired by the Queen's governess.
Can sex offenders change? Camilla Thurlow, Cook the perfect with Ravinder Bhogal, Childless older women
Can sex offenders change?
Listener Week 2020 - paddlesport; the Pill; Nits; Dating over 45;
Paddlesport; the Pill; Nits; Dating over the age of 45.
Parenting Podcast: Nits
All you need to know about nits