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Richard Pankhurst 21 Aug 2009
Richard Pankhurst, son of famous suffragette, Sylvia.


Woman's Hour talks to Dr Richard Pankhurst -  who must bear one of the most famous names in Britain. His mother was Sylvia, his aunt Christabel and his grandmother, Emmeline. Together they galvanised millions of women in the campaign for the vote. He’s in Britain for the annual Sylvia Pankhurst Memorial Lecture. Jenni asks him about the famous women in his family and about the political split between his mother and his grandmother.


Sylvia Pankhurst Memorial Lecture
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