Join us on Monday 6th November for a post-show conversation with Angela Saini, award winning journalist and presenter, and Aviah Sarah Day, intersectional feminist activist about Suzy Storck.
Who is allowed to say no? How can we re-examine masculinity? What if you don’t love your kids? Why are we still asking the same questions?
Just buy a ticket to the show on Monday 6th November and stay for the conversation.
Angela Saini is a British science journalist, who presents science programmes on BBC Radio 4 and the World Service. Her writing has appeared in the Guardian, Observer, The Times, Prospect, New Scientist, Wallpaper, Vogue, Marie Claire, Science, New Humanist, Wired, Stylist and the Economist among others. She has won a number of national and international journalism awards. Her latest book, Inferior: How Science Got Women Wrong - and the New Research That's Rewriting the Story, was recently published by Harper Collins and Beacon Press. Her first book, Geek Nation: How Indian Science is Taking Over the World, was published in 2011 and became a bestseller in India.
Aviah Sarah Day
Aviah Sarah Day is a member of the East End branch of Sisters Uncut, a national network of direct actions groups fighting cuts to domestic violence services. Aviah has worked in the domestic violence sector for 6 years. She is currently completing a PhD entitled "Does the collaboration of feminist organisations and the criminal justice system work for survivors of domestic violence? An intersectional policy analysis".