Beatrice Headlam is said to have played a small part in Oscar Wilde making bail. Who was she and whatever happened to her..?
How did the First World War affect the lives of working women? And how were their contributions recognised?
Affordable accommodation is not just a 21st century concern: it was an issue for Victorian women entering the workforce.
Ethel Wilson was a pioneer in the world of advertising but it is her fund-raising efforts that are still benefiting people today.
Henrietta Muller set up the first newspaper owned, written, edited and printed by women
Together with her cousin, Rhoda, Agnes Garrett helped opened up interior design as a career for women.
Dora Metcalf was ahead of her time, a pioneer in the technology sector.
Viscountess Rhondda was in an unusually influential position in the first half of the century and used her power for good.
Beatrice Gordon Holmes was a self-made millionaire and quite a girl.