It's International Women's Day on 8 March. But what exactly does it mean? Jacqueline explains more...
“Be the change you want to see” is saying first attributed to Gandhi. Can you help these organisations do just that...
Best wishes to all those taking part in The MoonWalk again this year, raising money for breast cancer care! Can you help?
Sadly, thousands of children are taken into emergency care every year. Karen set up the Buddy Bag Foundation to help ease their transition...
Do you feel your age, or are the older generation still as active as the next generation? Marianne challenges the stereotype.
Do you know how to operate a window? Jeanne has been offered instruction - although she's confident she doesn't need it!
Jeanne takes a nostalgic look back at the 60s, miniskirts and bunny girls.
How do you meet like-minded women, find a fulfilling way to spend your day and make a difference? Margaret tells us more.
How do you celebrate your seventieth birthday? Go pink and rock out to a punk band, of course.
As her operation gets closer, Jeanne is given advice on how to manage her post-op care.
How would you manage without clear vision for a few weeks? Jeanne prepares for post-op eyesight.
Women's rights pioneer and former Chief Constable at Notts Police Sue Fish is a Fascinating Lady to know...
There are heroes all around us, but do we notice them? Jeanne looks at what makes a hero in her eyes.
How can you answer questions about feminism when you aren't sure what it is? Gayle explores what equality means for the next generation
In this month of Valentine's love, Jeanne considers the other types of love we share.