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    Maya Jama’s breakup experience is so relatable that we just really want to hang out with her

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    Lauren Laverne has the perfect response for those Desert Island Discs comments

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    “The reaction to Zoe Ball’s ratings drop speaks volumes about the sexism against female radio DJs”

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A love letter to Kirsty Young, the unforgettable voice of Desert Island Discs

The radio host has permanently stepped down from her role on Desert Island Discs – and the show just won’t be the same without her.

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Moya Crockett
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Alice Levine on the pain of being a chronically late person

“I lie five to 10 times a day, usually related to my estimated time of arrival.”

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Stylist Team
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Life

The exhilaration and anxieties of playing Maya Angelou

As a new adaptation of Angelou’s final memoir comes to BBC Radio 4, Stylist meets the women who bring the iconic writer to life.

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Moya Crockett
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Life

It’s official: this BBC radio show has been named the ‘greatest of all time’

The votes are in...

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Emily Reynolds
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No, Zoë Ball didn’t get the Radio 2 job because she’s a woman

Allow Sara Cox to shut down that idea once and for all.

Visible Women

Clara Amfo tells us her 3 biggest tips for women breaking into media

Broadcaster hopefuls, listen up

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Megan Murray
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Visible Women

Meet the women behind the UK’s first female-led underground radio station

Foundation FM is here to shake up the airwaves

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Long Reads

What the Zoe Ball vs Sara Cox debate tells us about female representation in radio

It's 2018, so why isn't there space for more than one woman on our airwaves?

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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People

Laura Whitmore reveals her favourite female-led radio shows

Looking for some inspiration? Tune into these

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Colin Crummy
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Long Reads

Stylist Sleep Diaries: How waking up at 2.20am every day impacts my health

Nicola Bonn works a morning shift of 3am to 6am as a radio presenter

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Sarah Biddlecombe
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Life

London radio station shuts down after sexual harassment claims

It's been described as “an uncomfortable and toxic environment which has led to the departure of many women of colour staff”

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Megan Murray
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Susan Devaney
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Creepy interview between Emma Bunton and Howard Stern resurfaces

“You were very developed. What age did you develop? 14?”

Careers

Annie Mac nails why maternity leave can be so difficult for many women

“It’s always weird when someone else does your job”

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Stylist Team
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Life

New radio programme, Badass Women’s Hour, launches this weekend

It plans to bring womens' real conversations into the open

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Harriet Hall
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Life

Cook Christmas dinner in live time with GBBO’s Nadiya Hussain

Easily the best Christmas plan ever…

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Kayleigh Dray
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Life

A behind the scenes look at BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour

In celebration of the programme's 70th anniversary

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Harriet Hall
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Life

#FreeHelen: why the situation for women at threat is bleaker than ever

The Archers is proof of the importance of women’s refuges – but they’re under threat

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Moya Crockett
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Kim Cattrall opens up about her battle with insomnia

“I’m guilt-ridden and I’m alone”: Kim Cattrall on her battle with insomnia

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Moya Crockett
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Moya Crockett
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Why everybody's talking about The Archers' domestic violence storyline

Sunday night's episode of the Radio 4 drama came to a shocking climax

Life

Woman’s Hour announces a new late-night show with Lauren Laverne

“We’re not afraid of a taboo”

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Harriet Hall
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