Men compete to present 'Woman's Hour'
Published Feb 25 2007, 18:12 GMT | By Dave West
Richard Hammond and former Sun
editor Kelvin MacKenzie are competing to present a one-off episode of BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour
Comedian Andy Hamilton is also in the race to host a Comic Relief special of the long-running radio show on Red Nose Day. The decision will be made by a phone vote.Woman's Hour
was first presented by a man, Alan Ivimey, when it launched in 1946. In January 2005 it was presented for one day, as Man's Hour
, by Jon Snow.