Sophie Williams, author of Anti-Racist Ally & Millennial Black talks about why she has focussed on allyship in the fight against racism, how black women can navigate the workplace without changing themselves and how the success of her Instagram
Elizabeth Sankey talks about how creating her documentary Romantic Comedy made her look at her own internalised misogyny, the process of creating Romantic Comedy and unexpectedly discussed the pressures women face and the decision of having a c
Heather and Kerry from the I've Never Seen the OC podcast talk me through the most problematic and iconic moments of The OC series one.
Writer, podcaster and coach Lola Hoad of One Girl Band talks about the choices she makes for her business based on her happiness, her recent diagnosis of bipolar and what that means for running a business on her terms and we talk about break up
Anna Smith, film critic and host of Girls on Film Podcast talks about her career, how the film industry has changed for women on screen and off and how awards season doesn't have to be so white.
YouTuber, Podcaster, Author and Sex Educator Hannah Witton talks to me about how her career talking about sex on YouTube started, her two brilliant books Doing It! and The Hormone Diaries and how she dealt with life changing surgery and her Ulc
Emma-Louise Boynton and Elspeth Merry discuss how they use their respective experiences producing events with Tina Brown and being a publicist at Island Records to offer solid career advice through their fantastic empowering event series and fo
Episode 50 is with Holly Ellis aka The Scouse Scientist who is encouraging change in the image of science through her YouTube, Instagram and Twitter showing that anyone - even normal girls from Liverpool - can be a scientist.
Episode 49 is with Gayathiri from Decolonising Contraception talks about the colonial practices which are imbedded in our sexual and reproductive health services.
Episode 48 is with Tere from Buenos Aires spoke to me about the Argentine abortions rights campaign (the Green Movement). The bill was denied in 2018 but the movement is still very much alive and Tere discussed being involved and how she naviga
Episode 47 is with songwriter Baby talked to me about why the R Kelly documentary didn't have the same effect as the Harvey Weinstein allegations and what it's like to write songs as a mother to be.
In episode 46 Laura Coryton spoke to me about her guide to campaigning Speak Up! As well as the power of female friendships and forging political spaces for voices that aren't usually heard.
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Episode 45 is a Bumper pack sex chat talking about opening up conversations and breaking stigmas with Anouszka and Frankie from Project Pleasure.
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Episode 44 is with the brilliant historian Sumita Mukherjee talks about the Indian women who were fundamental to winning women in the UK the vote. How being left out of history affects women's place in society and why intersectionality in educa
Episode 43 - Emma from the Bloody Big Brunch is talking how we can end period poverty whilst getting drunk on Bloody Marys. Scotland setting an example for the rest of the UK and the upcoming event on 8th Sept 2018.
Episode 42 is with actor & founder of FIGS underwear Scarlett Rose Patterson spoke to me about creating underwear for women, how the male gaze dictates how women feel sexy and how grief pushed her to seize opportunities.
Episode 41 - Iqra and Alicia from Brown Girls Do It podcast talk about whether 2018 is a tipping point for progress, passing the mic and making serious conversations accessible.
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Episode 40 - Michele Selway talks starting conversations about breastfeeding with her work, how it has changed her attitude towards her body and her Hidden Mothers pieces which are up at Bury Art Museum, Manchester.
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Episode 39 - MASH (Manchester Action on Street Health) have been supporting and advising women in sex work in Manchester for 25 years. Girl Gang MCR + VLR are putting on All Over the Swap a clothes swap to raise money for MASH on 24th Feb 1-5pm
Episode 38 is with Florence Schechter talked to me about her slut-shaming hypothesis, the first ever physical Vagina Museum + her experience of being a woman in science.
Episode 37 - Yassmin Abdel-Magied talks about making headlines in Australia, being publicly ostracised as a young, Muslim Woman of Colour. As well as her incredible career and becoming an accidental activist.
Episode 36 is with KissFM Kenya's Adelle Onyango talks raising awareness for rape survivors, the pressure of being a role model and remaining positive.
Episode 35 - Theatre writer, director and performer Justina Kehinde talks about getting truly diverse stories on stage, the first all black, female perfomance on a Cambridge stage and her works that explore identity and expectation.
Episode 34 is with Ellie and Sophie from The Peach Diaries talk about their zine which explores the pros and cons of hormonal contraception. As well as chatting about sex education, porn and male pleasure.