Angela Lansbury, who recently agreed to stay for another year on CBS' highest rated show, "Murder, She Wrote," has been named Woman of the Year by the Hollywood Radio & Television Society. She will be honored at the society's 29th International Broadcasting Awards dinner. Lansbury won an Oscar nomination as best supporting actress in the "Gaslight" in 1944. She won Tony awards for Broadway productions of "Mame," "Dear World," "Gypsy" And "Sweeney Todd."