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Myleene Klass on 'casual sexism' and Inverdale comments

12 July 2013 Last updated at 02:11 BST

Myleene Klass has revealed she was concerned people questioned her "capability" to do her job because of her background in a pop band.

The model, fashion designer and classical musician looked at "casual sexism" after coverage of John Inverdale's comments about the looks of a tennis player and Boris Johnson claiming women go to university to find husbands.

She debated society's attitudes to ageism, sexism and homophobia with Andrew Neil, Michael Portillo and Ken Livingstone.

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