‘Corporate Feminism’ on BBC Woman’s Hour – Eve Livingston and Peninah Thomson

‘Corporate Feminism’ on BBC Woman’s Hour – Eve Livingston and Peninah Thomson

Below you can listen to a debate Peninah Thomson (CEO of the Mentoring Foundation) and I took part in for Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour', on whether feminism has focussed too much on women at the top and not enough on those really struggling. https://clyp.it/nbmgi1xx

The Jeremy Vine show – Safe Space Debate with Kate Smurthwaite and Eve Livingston

The Jeremy Vine show – Safe Space Debate with Kate Smurthwaite and Eve Livingston

Last week I appeared on Jeremy Vine's radio 2 show debating with Kate Smurthwaite (who was no-platformed by Goldmsiths Student Union) about safe space and whether it's a threat to free speech. (If you're in any doubt I was obviously defending safe spaces and the rights of unions to protect their members and use their [...]

FreshAir.org.UK – Eve Livingston interviews Gypsy Charms, Burlesque dancer

FreshAir.org.UK – Eve Livingston interviews Gypsy Charms, Burlesque dancer

As part of my 'F-Word' show on student radio, all about bringing feminism to the student masses, I interviewed Edinburgh-based burlesque dancer Gypsy Charms who talked about burlesque, stripping and sex work and where they fit with feminism in the 21st century. Hear highlights from the interview below.