Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour Takeover Episode 3: Naomi Alderman

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Naomi Alderman guest edits, Jane Garvey presents.

Guest editor Naomi Alderman celebrates some of the game-changing women in science and technology. Jane Garvey presents.

Naomi Alderman, today's Guest Editor, investigates why transgender women don't always feel welcomed by feminists and why some feminists have a problem with including them, with Paris Lees and Finn MacKay. She celebrates some of the game changing women in science and technology and talks to Dr Rivka Isaacson about her work. Naomi is joined by Reni Eddo Lodge and Sarah Hughes to discuss whether TV dramas like Game of Thrones or The Fall are problematic for women. And she looks at public speaking with Professor Lis Howell and Rachel Caldecott - why is it so dominated by men? Jane Garvey presents.

Credits

Presenter
Jane Garvey
Interviewed Guest
Naomi Alderman
Interviewed Guest
Lis Howell
Interviewed Guest
Rachel Caldecott
Interviewed Guest
Reni Eddo-Lodge
Interviewed Guest
Sarah Hughes
Interviewed Guest
Paris Lees
Interviewed Guest
Finn Mackay
Interviewed Guest
Rivka Isaacson
Producer
Laura Northedge
Producer
Karen Dalziel
Producer
Ruth Watts
Producer
Beverley Purcell

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