Lena Ashwell's belief in the power of theatre took her to the battlefields of France and the swimming pools of East London.
The queen of cut-outs, Lotte Reiniger's influence on film-making can still be felt today
Women were only allowed onto the floor of the London Stock Exchange in 1973, nearly 90 years after Amy Bell started work as a stockbroker.
What is the story of Kate Cranston, the woman on the Royal Bank of Scotland's £20 note?
Lucy Duff Gordon built an international couture business and revolutionised how clothes were marketed and sold
Emma Paterson had a short life but the organisations she started had long ones.
Laura Annie Willson: suffragette, house builder, engineer and the original northern powerhouse.
Dora Metcalf was ahead of her time, a pioneer in the technology sector.
Alice Head was one of Britain's most successful business leaders between the wars. So why have so few people heard of her?
Viscountess Rhondda was in an unusually influential position in the first half of the century and used her power for good.