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11/03/2011

Presented by Jenni Murray. Broadcast from the Women of the World festival with an audience at London's Southbank Centre. Includes live performance from singer Kate Nash.

Presented by Jenni Murray. Live broadcast from the Women of the World festival with an audience at London's Southbank Centre. In a week that's marked a hundred years of International Women's Day, we talk to Jyoti Mhapsekar about her work with women rag-pickers in Mumbai. In celebration of women, Kate Nash sings live and Hollie McNish gives a debut performance of a poem inspired by WOW. Essex girl Syd Moore and comedian Shaista Aziz explore myths behind female stereotypes. As one survey shows only one in five women describing themselves as feminists, we ask what's the implication for the future of feminism.

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45 minutes

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Fri 11 Mar 2011 10:00

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  • Hollie McNish

    Hollie performs her newly composed poem for Woman of the World.

    Duration: 03:28

  • International Women's Day

    What has it achieved? With Jude Kelly, Jyoti Mhapsekar, Vanessa Ogden, and Suraiua Chowdhury.

    Duration: 09:22

  • Kate Nash

    The singer talks to Jenni and performs her song BIRDS live.

    Duration: 08:48

  • Superstrumps

    Reclaiming the Essex Girl and other stereotypes with Syd Moore and Shaista Aziz.

    Duration: 09:43

  • Feminism - the Way Foward

    With Natasha Walter and Nina Power.

    Duration: 09:45

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