Hester Parnall brewed up business success in Cornwall.
How did working women fare on the big screen before 1970?
Irene Barclay was the first woman in Britain to qualify as a Chartered Surveyor.
Octavia Hill may be a name from the past but she lies behind many organisations operating today.
The pro-suffrage movement gets plenty of coverage but a surprising. number of women were anti-suffrage: what is their story?
Alice Cornwell owned a national newspaper but it is her own story that is newsworthy.
Mary Petherbridge started her career in a sector where women were poorly paid and found it hard to progress. 125 years later, little has changed.
Gertrude Leverkus was a pioneering architect who provided housing for other working women
Margaret Bateson was a journalist who gave voice to the work of women
Maud Carpenter ran the Liverpool Playhouse for nearly forty years and became a local legend.