46 min

Missing children, Women's minister Penny Mordaunt, Waitress the musical Woman's Hour

In the UK, someone is reported missing every 90 seconds - around 180,000 a year. What is it like for the families who are never reunited? How does it feel to be a mother with a missing son or daughter? Jane speaks to three women about their own experiences.

Jane speaks to the Minister for Women and Equalities, Penny Mordaunt, about a new government campaign to end period poverty globally by 2030.

Waitress is the first ever West End musical that has been written, composed, directed and choreographed by women. Jane meets its star Katharine McPhee - best known for Smash and American Idol - and the woman behind the songs and music multi Grammy Award nominee singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles.

We discuss the lives of women who carried out anthropological fieldwork around the world in the early twentieth century. Six are being featured in a new exhibition at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford.

In the UK, someone is reported missing every 90 seconds - around 180,000 a year. What is it like for the families who are never reunited? How does it feel to be a mother with a missing son or daughter? Jane speaks to three women about their own experiences.

Jane speaks to the Minister for Women and Equalities, Penny Mordaunt, about a new government campaign to end period poverty globally by 2030.

Waitress is the first ever West End musical that has been written, composed, directed and choreographed by women. Jane meets its star Katharine McPhee - best known for Smash and American Idol - and the woman behind the songs and music multi Grammy Award nominee singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles.

We discuss the lives of women who carried out anthropological fieldwork around the world in the early twentieth century. Six are being featured in a new exhibition at the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford.

46 min

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