Amy Dillwyn was a writer and social activist as well as a pioneering industralist.
Mary Field is one of the earliest and least-well known of Britain's women film-makers.
Atalanta was a pioneering engineering firm run and staffed by women and led by Annette Ashberry
Yevonde's innovative colour work in the 1930s shook up the world of portrait photography.
Cleone Benest had multiple engineering interests as well as multiple names.
Hester Parnall brewed up business success in Cornwall.
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.
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.