Weekend WH: Pregnancy Sickness & Couples Therapy04/25/15
Could relationship counselling help boost couples chances of staying together, manage conflict and communicate better? Listeners tell us how they have dealt with a relationship crisis? One year on from the abduction of 219 Nigerian Girls by the...
Woman's Hour: Weekend Woman's Hour: Couple Counselling,...
When to try couple counselling, pregnancy sickness and saxophonist Barbara Thompson.
Paula Radcliffe; Barbara Thompson, saxophonist
Paula Radcliffe's Lifetime Achievement Award and running her last London Marathon; Barbara Thompson, saxophonist, on living with Parkinson's Disease; Allegra Stratton update about election women on campaign trail; Women's finances after 50; Origin of...
Woman's Hour: Paula Radcliffe; Women's Equality Party;...
Paula Radcliffe, Women's Equality Party, saxophonist Barbara Thompson, finances after 50.
Sports Bras; Long Distance Running;
On today's Woman's Hour Jenni speaks to Fatima Akilu who works with the Nigerian government on counter terrorism, deradicalisation and supporting victims of Boko Haram, both female and male. We discuss the pros and cons of long distance running, and...
Woman's Hour: Sports Bras; Long-distance running
Sports bras, plus-size modelling, long-distance running, Professor Dame Carol Robinson.
WHNews: Phone-in on relationship crises
Jenni talks to listeners about their experiences of handling relationship crises.
Woman's Hour: Phone-in: Dealing with a Relationship Crisis
Jane Garvey hears listeners experiences of dealing with relationship crises.
WHNews: Wild Oats Project; Women and Chess; Family secrets...
Should women just accept they are not as good at chess because they are 'hardwired differently'? We ask if there is any scientific basis for this claim. Robin Rinaldi on her midlife quest for passion and a year of exploring everything she ever...
Woman's Hour: Women and Chess, The Wild Oats Project, Hina...
Women and chess, the Wild Oats project and Hina Jilani on women's rights in Pakistan.
WHNews: Not Just Morning Sickness, Adolescent anxiety
Why more couples are turning to therapy before their relationship gets rocky. Abstract artist Sonia Delaunay who's being given her first retrospective in Britain at the Tate Modern nearly 40 years after her death and why her work was overshadowed by...
Woman's Hour: Not Just Morning Sickness, Abstract Artist...
Rediscovering the work of artist Sonia Delaunay, and couples in therapy. With Jane Garvey.
Weekend WH: Carey Mulligan & Wedding dress etiquette
Carey Mulligan talks about playing Bathsheba in the new film version of Far From the Madding Crowd. In October 2012, five year old April Jones was abducted in the Welsh village of Machynlleth. Her parents Coral and Paul Jones discuss the book they’ve...
Carey Mulligan; Julie Fowlis
Carey Mulligan on starring in Far From the Madding Crowd; Revenge porn in South Asian communities; Katherine Freese, Director of NORDITA on her passion for the search for dark matter; Julie Fowlis, folk singer; Election update, Allegra Stratton on how...
WHNews: identity after 50; children's injuries - spotting...
Personal identity after 50 - does your sense of self change, and is it a good time to set new life goals? Columnist Juliet Rix, actor Claire Dyson, and university course director Susan Rowland share their thoughts and experiences. Plus children's...
WHNews: Ed Miliband; Noomi Rapace
Labour leader Ed Miliband speaks to Jenni about his party's offer to women voters at this General Election, on the day Labour release their manifesto for women. We also hear from the other party leaders who've appeared on Woman's Hour so far. And...
WHNews: Hollie McNish: Coral and Paul Jones
On today's Woman's Hour we hear from Coral and Paul Jones, the parents of April, who was abducted and murdered in October 2012. Award winning spoken word artist, Hollie McNish, talks about her current tour and her new album. Sue McAllister, Director...
WHNews: Hillary Clinton runs again; Patricia Duncker
Hillary Clinton's second run for the US presidency; Do women voters respond to negative campaigning; research on who chooses to do sex work; and, Patricia Duncker on her new novel about George Eliot
Weekend WH: Body beautiful & the role of Grandma
For the first time the Women’s Boat Race will be rowed on the same day and place as the men’s. Clare Balding will be discussing what it means for Women’s sport. Why are rock hard abs and perfectly toned triceps seen as the perfect body shape? The...
Women's Boat Race; Sexual consent training for footballers
Clare Balding on Women's Boat Race; Sexual consent training for footballers; Susan Daniels, CEO National Deaf Children's Society; How role of Grandmother has changed over 100 years; Joy of motorbike sidecars
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