Takeover week: Guest Editor Professor Sunetra Gupta
Scientist and novelist Professor Sunetra Gupta guest edits the programme. Should people stick to a specialism or embrace multitasking in all elements of life?
Acclaimed scientist and novelist Professor Sunetra Gupta guest edits the programme. These are the subjects she has chosen:
Can we be good at more than one thing? Should we stick to a specialism or embrace multitasking in all elements of our life?
Can writing about food be a high literary form? If so, who are the great writers?
Who were the Stettheimer sisters? How do they fit into the Avant-Garde movement of the USA? And why did one of the sisters spend over twenty years working on a doll's house?
In the 1970s women's presses flourished in the UK and around the world. Today their numbers are greatly reduced. So what was the purpose of women only publishers? And what is their relevance today?
With Professor Vesna Goldsworthy and Dame Bridget Ogilvie
Can writing about food be a high literary form?
Professor Vesna Goldsworthy and critic Rachel Cooke on the best food-writing
The Stettheimer Sisters
Art historian Dr Mandy Bentley on the Stettheimer Sisters
Women's Publishing Houses
Ritu Menon and Helen Taylor on their history and relevance today
The Stettheimer Doll House
The Stettheimer Doll House Video
Museum Of The City Of New York
Role Contributor Presenter Jenni Murray Editor Sunetra Gupta Interviewed Guest Vesna Goldsworthy Interviewed Guest Bridget Ogilvie Interviewed Guest Rachel Cooke Interviewed Guest Mandy Bentley Interviewed Guest Ritu Menon Interviewed Guest Helen Taylor Producer Lucinda Montefiore
- Thu 16 Jun 2016 10:00