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The beekeeper who helped save Sinjar women

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World War One: The war that changed women’s lives

They were bombmakers, they were nurses and even chemists. In this programme, we take a look at women's unsung contribution to World War One. Also, how the world of video games, traditionally seen as a male domain, is undergoing a radical shift. And powering on: the Afghan women cyclists who want to compete in the next Olympic Games.

By Annette YOUNG

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2018-04-13 pornography

For her pleasure: Is 'feminist porn' a contradiction?

In this special edition, we head to LA where a small but growing number of filmmakers are starting to make porn which aims not to portray women in a degrading fashion. We talk to...

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2018-04-06 art

Being a single woman in India

In this edition, how India is dealing with a boom in single women, with an estimated 78 million of them. But while life might be looking up for those in the city, that is...

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2018-03-30 women

Raising little boys in the #MeToo era

In this edition, how do you raise children in the #MeToo era and is it physically possible to change views on gender at a young age? We talk to leading American neuroscientist...

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2018-03-23 France

The rise of artificial intelligence: How will it impact women’s jobs

In this edition, how dangerous is the rise of automation for women when it comes to job losses? We talk to Emma Martinho-Truswell who advises government bodies on the impact of...

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2018-03-16 #MeToo

#MeToo in South Korea

In this edition, the #MeToo movement reaches South Korea resulting in at least one high-profile political resignation and allegations being levelled at a number of key figures...

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