Jane Garvey will leave at the end of the year and will host her own interview series on BBC Radio 4 in 2021. The 56-year-old has presented Woman's Hour for 13 years.
The programme still talks about the subjects and challenges no one else goes near
The mother-of-two confirmed the news today, shortly after her co-star Dame Jenni Murray said she would alsobe exiting.
Speaking out, the broadcaster said: "It's been a real privilege to play a small part in the history of this very special radio programme.
"On one unforgettable day, I interviewed David Cameron in the morning, and Mary J Blige in the afternoon. There's no other job like it."
Jane continued: "But famous people are not the reason people engage with Woman's Hour.
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Jane Garvey has quit Woman's Hour on BBC Radio 4 (Image: GETTY)
"It's because the programme still talks about the subjects and challenges no one else goes near."