March 21st, 2015
Episode 177 of 883 episodes
Sisters Caitlin and Caz Moran talk about their new sitcom, Raised by Wolves. We discuss what impact the current debate about immigration is having on black, Asian and minority ethnic women. As part of the BBC News School Report we hear from Caitlin talking about what it’s like to have a little sister who is autistic. Jill Leovy spent nine years working as a reporter for the LA Times embedded with the Los Angeles Police Department, she talks about what it was like following detectives in her new book. Three young Scottish women discuss the impact of the Scottish referendum and their engagement with politics. A major department store is launching a new project called Agender, a collection of gender neutral clothing. The writer and director Majane Satrapi talks about her new film The Voices and tells us why the saying ‘never work with animals or children’ rings true.
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