In July 2018, I reviewed The Inner Level by Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson for BBC Radio Scotland. The book is the follow-up to The Spirit Level and explores the impact of inequality on mental health and personal wellbeing. You can listen to the review below.
Off the back of Donald Trump's comments about sexual assault and Michelle Obama's response to them, I was invited to take part in a debate about the extent of and solutions to gender inequality for BBC Ulster. You can listen below:
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 focused too much on women at the top and not enough on those really struggling.
A few days ago I was invited to appear on Radio 2 as part of a debate about whether an all-woman race for the Conservative leadership is a feminist victory. Just as we were about to go live, Andrea Leadsom went and stole my thunder by pulling out of the race. As a result, I [...]
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 [...]