Kirsten Scott Thomas will be talking about her latest film Suite Francaise the story of a young woman living with her mother in law whilst her husband is a prisoner of war.
We hear from the activist, Oby Ezekwesili, who started the #BringBackOurGirls campaign who explains why she refuses to give up and believes all girls have the right to an education.
Ahead of Mothering Sunday we look at "The Daughterhood," a group aimed at helping women improve their relationship with their mum or at least accept the one they currently have.
Julie Andrews reflects on her award winning career - 50 years after the release of The Sound of Music.
Plus we look at what it means to be a Black Feminist? What separates Black feminism from mainstream feminism and is it necessary?
And Diana Henry talks about her latest cookbook called A Bird in the Hand which features just recipes for chicken.
Presented by Jane Garvey.
Producer: Shoku Amirani
Editor: Beverley Purcell. Show less