Ruth Bader Ginsburg, family secrets, Voyeurism Bill, comfy shoes
How Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a pop icon, the burden of keeping the family secret, the appeal of comfy shoes, and Wera Hobhouse: how her Voyeurism Bill is close to being law.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the most senior liberal justice on the US Supreme Court. She is also 85 and in the past two months has fractured three ribs and had two cancerous nodules removed from her left lung. She has become a popular cultural icon, affectionately nicknamed the 'Notorious RBG@. BBC correspondent Rajini Vaidyanathan and Dr Melissa Milewski discuss the woman who is seen to hold the balance of power on the Supreme Court. We hear the first in a new series about the burden of keeping the family secret. Wera Hobhouse MP and Gina Martin discuss the Voyeurism Bill that is set to become law and how it will tackle up-skirting. And with sales of high heels in decline, we consider the appeal of comfy shoes.