Fiona Bruce presents topical debate with a virtual audience from around the UK. On the panel: Lucy Frazer MP, Peter Kyle MP, Professor Anthony Costello, Professor Heather McGregor and Jenni Murray. Show more
Actor Romola Garai on her role in Glorious 39. Plus, model Caprice on canine chic; and what are a family's financial entitlements when caring for a relative with dementia?
How should we best support parents struggling with behavioural problems in adopted children? Plus, Helen McKendry on searching for one of Northern Ireland's 'Disappeared'.
Should Britain ban the burka? Plus, the secret life of blogger Zoe Margolis; and novelist Angela Huth on land girls.
A special programme on the mother-daughter relationship. What do we think of the legacy of our mothers and what expectations do we have for our own daughters?
Should civil partnership ceremonies be available to heterosexuals? Plus, what do men really think about women wearing lots of make up?
Children's Commissioner Maggi Atkinson talks about her role. Plus, has being a 'victim' become an aspiration? And what makes long term marriages break down?
Will DIY smear kits encourage more women to test for cervical cancer? Plus, costume designer Sandy Powell on her third Oscar, and the first female pilot of Apache helicopters.
A discussion on the allegations of abuse within the Catholic Church. Plus songwriter Jesca Hoop, and novelist Patricia Duncker on The Strange Case of the Composer and His Judge.
Woman's Hour examines whether parents should be obligated to disclose that their children were conceived by donor sperm. Plus, Maggi Hambling, and fashion for older women.
Jenni Murray looks how changes in the law will affect prostitution and the licensing of lap dancing clubs. Plus actress Naomie Harris on her new TV drama Blood and Oil.
Can an affair save a marriage? Plus, why women are turning their back on the City; and the woman who founded Manchester City Football Club.
Actor Diana Quick on her family history. Plus, the heartache of secondary infertility; feminist writer Marilyn French's legacy; and the life of Mary Wollstonecraft.
The life of women in the RAF, then and now. Plus, instilling discipline in schools; one family's fight to adopt an HIV positive baby; and control freaks.
Harriet Harman on being in the spotlight. Plus, French actress Isabelle Huppert on her career; and live music from 19 year old singer songwriter Laura Marling.
Poet Carol Ann Duffy's first interview as Poet Laureate. Plus, Alan and Irene Brogan on their institutionalised childhood; and the enduring appeal of Madame de la Fayette.
The award-winning author Doris Lessing talks about her life and work in a special programme celebrating the landmark novel, The Golden Notebook. Show more
Dame Judi Dench on her long career, her husband's death and sibling rivalry. Plus, playwright Bonnie Greer discusses the life of jazz icon Ella Fitzgerald.
Jenni Murray presents the female perspective, with Azeri singer Fidan Hajiyeva. Plus, is feminism racist? Mikki Kendall, Nimko Ali and Daisy Martey join Jenni to discuss. Show more
Would you let your teenager go alone to a festival? Plus choosing to be celibate, and can you prevent sexist language on the football terrraces? Presented by Jenni Murray. Show more