Programme that offers a female perspective on the world. The NCT have launched a new 'Parent Friendly' certificate - how will this help families? Jenni Murray presents. Show more
Marianne is asked to help the other girls organise the Debs, and her relationship with Connell causes friction between Connell and his mother.
Connell joins Marianne’s social circle at university but doesn’t fit in.
Newly married to a rich industrialist, Katherine finds herself confined to the house and starved of companionship. Show more
What will be the impact of the snap election on women's representation at Westminster? Plus Lady Macbeth on film with star Florence Pugh and screen writer Alice Birch. Show more
Highlights from the Woman's Hour week. Presented by Jenni Murray. Valerie June with Got Soul, and sex robots - a danger to human intimacy? Show more
In modern, rural Ireland, Connell and Marianne, on different ends of their school’s social scene, begin an intense, secret affair.
Marianne and Connell’s affair continues, but the pressures of the outside world start to take their toll.
Marianne and Connell are seeing other people and realise (too late) that their break-up was due to a misunderstanding.
Connell visits Marianne at her family’s summer home in Italy, where tensions between her and Jamie reach a new high.
Marianne pursues an unhealthy relationship while studying abroad. Back in Dublin, Connell enjoys an uncomplicated relationship with Helen.
After a tragic event, Connell struggles with severe depression. Marianne remains a lifeline for him from abroad.
In their final year in Trinity, Marianne and Connell are back together, but whether their relationship will endure after they graduate is uncertain.
Four dining-related comedies. 3/4. Flying the Nest, by Alice Birch. When Ed and Annie plan a special family dinner for their two kids, domestic bliss goes out of the window. Show more
'The Discovery of Mondrian' with Jonathan Jones. Plus how the arts feature in party manifestos, playwright Alice Birch on Anatomy of a Suicide and 40 years of Bob Marley's Exodus. Show more