WH Collection: Enid Blyton09/20/14
Children's author Enid Blyton talks about the process of writing her books and her unexpected success.
Weekend Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde, Kate Hudson
Chrissie Hynde on her first solo album. How to see through the PR and old rumours to choose a secondary school. Kate Hudson on her new film, Wish I Was Here. How to stop the most disadvantaged women missing out on the best midwifery care. How much do...
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde, Kate Hudson,...
Chrissie Hynde on her first solo album. Presented by Jane Garvey.
WHNews: Scottish referendum; women poets
Scotland says No to Independence - how crucial was the women's vote in deciding Scotland's future? Why are gay police officers afraid to reveal their sexuality. The rise of contemporary women poets, and the neglected women who wrote about the First...
Woman's Hour: Scottish referendum, gay police officers, women poets
How did women vote in the Scottish referendum and how critical was it in the outcome?
Chrissie Hynde; Female networking.; Saying Goodbye
Chrissie Hynde on her debut solo album. Best selling author Kathy Reichs. Old Boys'clubs and all female networking and Saying Goodbye to a baby lost through miscarriage or still birth.
Woman's Hour: Chrissie Hynde; Author Kathy Reichs
Chrissie Hynde on finally going solo. Plus best-selling author Kathy Reichs.
WH: Kate Hudson; Maternity care; Enid Blyton
Actress Kate Hudson on her new film. Why are socially disadvantaged women missing out on maternity care? PP Wong on her novel 'The Life of a Banana'. Twenty five years of the Women Against Fundamentalism movement - Nira Yural-Davis and Pragna Patel...
Woman's Hour: Kate Hudson; Maternity Care; Enid Blyton; Women Against...
Why are socially disadvantaged women missing out on maternity care? With Jenni Murray.
WHNews: Nicole Farhi, Madame Bovary, Abortion in films
Nicole Farhi on why she's moved from fashion to sculpture; the new film 'Obvious Child' has been described as an 'abortion rom com'-how has the portrayal of unwanted pregnancies on the big screen changed over the decades? We discuss how and why the...
Woman's Hour: Nicole Farhi, Fashion Police, Madame Bovary, Abortion in...
Jane Garvey talks to Nicole Farhi about why she has moved from fashion to sculpture.
Woman's Hour: Pistorius verdict; Choosing a secondary school; Jane...
As school open day season begins, Jane Garvey looks at how to choose a secondary school.
WHNews: Pistorius verdict; choosing schools; Jane Green
"What message is this sending?" was the question on a banner outside Oscar Pistorius's trial on Friday.Jane speaks to the BBC's Southern Africa correspondent Nomsa Maseko and Edna Molewa of the ANC's Women's League about reaction to the verdict. Are...
WH Collection: Dr Helena Wright
The "mother of family planning in the UK" talks to Sue MacGregor in 1980 about the early days of the Family Planning Association which formed in 1930.
Weekend WH: Biba & Barbara Hulanicki, Clare Balding
Barbara Hulanicki celebrates the 50th birthday of Biba. As life expectancy increases, jobs for life become a thing of the past: how easy is to take up a different career or juggle different projects? Crime writer Sophie Hannah on bringing Hercule...
Woman's Hour Daily Podcast 12/09/2014
Children's Television: The last decade has seen enormous changes in the way children view television. What is its future? Jenni is joined by Kay Benbow; Controller at CBeebies, Anne Wood; Head of Ragdoll Productions & creator of the Teletubbies; Anna...
Barbara Hulanicki; Cook the Perfect Drop Scones.
Barbara Hulanicki celebrates Biba's 50th Birthday. On Sunday Amy Winehouse would have celebrated her 31st birthday – she died three years ago. Her mother, Janis Winehouse, looks back on a lifetime of ‘Loving Amy’. From the archive one of the founders...
Clare Balding; Embarrassing parents; Nana Mouskouri
Clare Balding talks to Jenni about being openly gay, her rather eccentric family and live reporting. Hola! Magazine was founded in Barcelona by a young married couple Antonio and Mercedes Sanchez Junco. They pasted the first edition together in the...
WHNews: Women and the Scottish referendum
A poll at the weekend suggested women's support for 'Yes Scotland' has risen from 33% to 47%. With ten days to go Jane speaks to campaigners from both sides to investigate the current state of affairs. Is the current crop of twenty-somethings cleaner...
WHNews: Nadia Manzoor; re-inventing yourself
Nadia Manzoor is a British-Pakistani stand-up comedian. She joins Jane to talk about how her life has inspired her act. Sir Tony Hawkhead from Action For Children on why siblings are so often separated when they go into care. As we live longer with...
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