BBC Woman's Hour: Daily Podcasts

Woman's Hour: Daily Podcasts

Woman's Hour brings you the big celebrity names and leading women in the news, with subjects ranging widely from politics to health, law, education, arts, parenting, relationships, work, fiction, food and fashion. Presented by Jenni Murray and Jane Garvey. Find out more at www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/womanshour
Daily English United Kingdom News · Society & Culture
27 Episodes
1 – 20

18/07/2024

Women's voices and women's lives - topical conversations to inform, challenge and inspire.
18 Jul 9AM 57 min

Woman's Hour live from Lord's Cricket Ground

Today, Woman's Hour comes live from Lord's Cricket Ground as England face New Zealand for the culmination of a five-match T20 International series. To talk us through the upcoming game we are joined by Ebony Rainford-Brent MBE. Ebony is a World Cup-winning cricketer, now turned presenter and pundit. We begin…
17 Jul 7AM 56 min

Harriet Harman, Southall Black Sisters, Author Cathy Rentzenbrink, Medium friends

A record-breaking number of women MPs have been elected following Labour's win at the general election. It's also the first time in parliamentary history that the proportion of women elected is more than 40%. Harriet Harman, the now ex-Labour MP and former Mother of the House, gives her reaction.Three women…
13 Jul 11AM 59 min

Southall Black Sisters, Audrey Powne, Dr Michael Mosley's exercise snacking

Three women who were the victims of a racial attack have had the charges of assault made against them by their assailant discontinued by the CPS. Selma Taha, the executive director for advocacy group Southall Black Sisters, and Danae Thomas, two of the women, join Anita Rani to talk about…
12 Jul 9AM 54 min

Nusrit Mehtab, Author Cathy Rentzenbrink, Olympian Hannah Mills

Hannah Mills is the most successful female sailor in Olympic history, having won medals at the London, Rio and Tokyo Olympic Games. Now she’s taking part in the Sail Grand Prix, and international sailing competition. Ahead of the finals this weekend, she joins Nuala to talk about the work going…
10 Jul 6AM 1 hr 01 min

09/07/2024

Women's voices and women's lives - topical conversations to inform, challenge and inspire.
9 Jul 6AM 58 min

08/07/2024

Women's voices and women's lives - topical conversations to inform, challenge and inspire.
8 Jul 7AM 59 min

Lisa Jewell, Baby Babble, Bluebella rugby ad, Genre Fiction - Romance/Romantasy

It’s 25 year since the New York Times’ best-selling author Lisa Jewell published her first novel, Ralph’s Party. Since then she’s written another twenty-one novels, and more recently a number of dark psychological thrillers, including Then She Was Gone, The Family Upstairs and the award winning None of This is True. She…
4 Jul 8AM 59 min

Leader interviews: Reform UK's Ann Widdecombe for Nigel Farage, Wimbledon

Gabby Logan joins Krupa Padhy to talk about her new book The Midpoint Plan. She’s challenging the stereotype of middle age. With fewer insecurities, children leaving home and perhaps a bit more money in the bank, she believes we should see it as the best point in our lives. Plus,…
1 Jul 5AM 58 min

Live from Glastonbury: Cyndi Lauper, Corinne Bailey Rae & DJ Ritu

'Girls Just Want to Have Fundamental Rights' has become a popular placard at women's rights events around the world. The singer behind the anthem that inspired it is none other than Cyndi Lauper. She joins Anita Rani to reflect on her 40-year career, becoming a feminist figure and performing on…
28 Jun 8AM 52 min
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