Equal Pay. Haydn Gwynne. Leading Women in Medicine.
Will the Equal Pay (Transparency) Bill ever become law? Haydn Gwynne and the lack of women in theatre. Four female Presidents of Royal Medical Colleges. A forgotten woman of history: Rachel Parsons, co-founder of the Women's Engineering Society.
Haydn Gwynne, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown
Actor Haydn Gwynne joins Jane Garvey to discuss her latest role as Lucia in the musical version of Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown and her concerns over the lack of women in all areas in theatre.
Leading Women in Medicine
For years, men dominated medicine and women faced numerous obstacles to advancing their careers. Are they finally breaking down barriers to leadership roles in medicine?
Jane Garvey talks to four women who lead Royal colleges, Miss Clare Marx, Prof Jane Dacre, Prof Carrie MacEwen and Dr Suzy Lishman, about medicine as a profession for women and what they hope to achieve by taking on these roles.
Forgotten Women of History – Rachel Parsons
Rachel Parsons was one of the most remarkable and trailblazing women of her era, but she has disappeared from the pages of history. A campaigner for women’s rights, politician and engineering pioneer she co-founded the Women’s Engineering Society with her mother and became its first President. Jane Garvey talks to historian Henrietta Heald about why we know so little about a woman who achieved so much.
|Interviewed Guest||Sarah Champion|
|Interviewed Guest||Adam Afriyie|
|Interviewed Guest||Haydn Gwynne|
|Interviewed Guest||Clare Marx|
|Interviewed Guest||Jane Dacre|
|Interviewed Guest||Carrie MacEwen|
|Interviewed Guest||Suzy Lishman|
|Interviewed Guest||Henrietta Heald|