• Battering down the door - Patrick Stewart and Baroness Scotland on the truth about domestic violence.
• Rallying the Troops - Justine Roberts, founder of Mumsnet, Shami Chakrabarti, June Sarpong and Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson on what drives them to campaign
• Lynne Franks’ SEED Clinic - join Lynne and her SEED Coaches to explore how to start your own sustainable business.
• Eve Ensler keynote focusing on City of Joy, and Million Women Rising, finishing with an special performance of one of her Vagina Monologues
• Women, Power and Change - retail guru and Queen of Shops Mary Portas delivers a special keynote on the new value we need in our lives and how communities can make that happen,
• The Cycle of Violence - Camila Batmanghelidjh of Kids Company and founder of the first ever women’s refuge Erin Pizzey talk about the cycle of violence and how it can be broken.
• The Cosmo debate: “I am a feminist – can I vajazzle” Writer and Broadcaster Dawn Porter and comedian and feminist activist Kate Smurthwaite battle it out, chaired by India Knight
• Under 10’s Feminist Corner - Feminism isn't just for grown ups...or teenagers. Are you a budding young feminist? Led by award winning poet Caroline Bird
• Can't live with them, can't live without them with journalist Julie Bindel, publisher Linda Riley, Stonewall’s Ruth Hunt and singer songwriter Shea Grant discuss stereotypes and attitudes towards gay women. Chaired by BBC Newsreader Jane Hill.
• Ironing it out: Margaret Thatcher – Feminist icon? Women’s Hour’s Jane Garvey chairs a debate with Natasha Walter, Dame Ann Leslie and Laura Liswood. What’s your view?
• Men talk - Is feminism a women only pursuit or are we all in it together?
• Tea with the Lady - Bidisha interviews former editor of the Lady magazine Rachel Johnson and others on whether the idea of being a lady is still relevant today.
• Mary Whitehouse – Prude or Prophet? Popular culture is more sexualised than ever and hardcore porn more hardcore. Is censorship the answer? Chaired by Helena Kennedy QC.