May 20th, 2015
Episode 237 of 930 episodes
Kate Fleetwood stars in the new musical production of High Society at the Old Vic in London - how does she follow in the footsteps of Grace Kelly and Katharine Hepburn as the socialite Tracy Lord? Grazia columnist and Times feature writer, Polly Vernon, describes herself as a Hot Feminist. She tells Jenni why she's given up on what she calls the rules on 'good' feminism and now follows the principles of 'hot feminism' - for those who care about how they look, as well as the gender pay gap; Simone Bresi-Ando is the founder of I'mPossible, a social enterprise to empower young women of colour - she'll be discussing the stereotypes which can prevent young, black women from fulfilling their potential with fitness blogger,Tashi Skervin; and Annie Zaidi says she may look like your average British Asian Muslim woman in a headscarf - but she's also a football coach. She's been nominated in the Sport Category of this year's Asian Women of Achievement Awards and discusses the challenges and triumphs of her life in football.
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