Below are ten of my favorite podcast discussions about philosophy by other women philosophers, in no particular order. I've tried to include a good variety of work in different areas of philosophy and a link to the books they are discussing at Amazon.com where available - Enjoy!
4. On Feminist Philosophy with Anja Steinbaeur, Ann Brisby, Vikki Bell, and Terry Murray, an interdisciplinary panel of two philosophers, a sociologist, and a film maker. Philosophy Now, Nov.1, 2011.
A great, general discussion of what is feminism, a feminist, feminist theory, and feminist philosophy. The interdisciplinary panel offers a good diversity of ideas and answers for our consideration.
A Note About Homogeneity: Looking at the photos of these philosophers, you might notice (as did I) that there is a certain homogeneity pictured here. This reflects the unfortunate situation that, as in "malestream" philosophy, those socially privileged by race/ethnicity, class, ability, and other factors, dominate the profession. There are relatively few women tenured in Philosophy, and of those, a predominant majority are from already over-represented groups within philosophy at large. Much has been said and some has been done about this, but I would be amiss not to point this out as blatantly as possible.
I am actively looking for interviews with a greater diversity of women in philosophy, so if you know of any such materials that are (or could be) available for public dissemination, please post information to the comments below or send me an email.