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“If we want more women in the public eye, our ideas about power must change”

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    Margaret Thatcher named most influential woman of the last 70 years

    Beyoncé, Bridget Jones and a host of political heavyweights also made the list.

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    The sex is good but we’re more anxious: women now vs 1946

    Research by BBC Woman’s Hour highlights how women’s lives have changed in the last 70 years.

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

    In celebration of the programme's 70th anniversary

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    Angelina Jolie talks family, cancer and the refugee crisis

    The actress and activist opened up on Radio 4's Woman's Hour

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    England footballer Eniola Aluko: “Girls feel unwelcome in sport”

    The striker and Woman's Hour guest editor on the challenges of encouraging girls into sports

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

    “We’re not afraid of a taboo”

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