On air: WHYS live from London's South Bank Centre
It's normally host to the world's greatest musicians, actors and artists, but who's this shuffling across Waterloo Bridge towards London's South Bank? Yes, it's us lot, led by Claudia who's producing today's programme. And we're looking for your suggestions of subjects we should talk about.
WHYS is taking part in an event organised by the BBC World Service Trust and the South Bank Centre which is bringing together several hundred women to discuss why the Millennium Development Goals affecting women are the furthest behind their targets.
We'll be broadcasting from the Purcell Room, and last time I went to a gig there was to see excellent Australian jazz trio The Necks (http://www.thenecks.com/). They specialise in very long improvisations that twist and turn over 30 minutes or longer. All of which is not dis-similar to how we're going to approach today's show.
We'll have an audience of around 100 woman, and we'll decide the subject in the half hour before we go on air (we'll tweet this process if you want to take part online).
Clearly why these particular MDGs are falling behind is one issue.
Another broader question which has come up many times is whether women themselves must accept that they have some responsibility for obstacles placed in way of better opportunity and health for women.
Or we can talk about something entirely different. Your suggestions are welcome. We'll choose around 15 minutes before we go on air.