100 portraits of women, first in their field of achievement are gathered in an exhibition andl book by distinguished photographer Anita Corbin. It is Anita’s latest project., a collection of important portraits of 21st Century women that offers incredible insight in what women can and really do that is generating a fantastic record for girls, women and men for today and future generations too.
Anita Corbin also has another exhibition on tour, Visible Girls Revisited which is also really exciting.
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Anita Corbin
Helena Trenkic is one of the leaders of the 18+ Team on the National Council of Women of Great Britain.
Helena proposed a resolution at October’s Conference of the National Council of Women calling on the government to introduce a 'comprehensive Relationships & Sex Education' when they reform the Statutory Guidance for the subject as this has the potential to decrease gender-based violence.
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National Council of Women website: http://ncwgb.org/
Linda Ness meets Helena Trenkic
On International Women's Day 2019 Georgina Shoshana Cohen was the first-ever female representing Israel to cross the finish line at a skeleton World Championships race.
Georgie is an online Communications Officer but her other role is an international skeleton athlete competing for Israel. In November 2018, Georgine made her debut by competing on the European Cup circuit for Israel and subsequently qualified a spot in the BMW IBSF World Championships Her mission is to become the first ever female skeleton bobsleigh athlete competing for Israel to qualify for the Winter Olympics and her target is Beijing 2022.
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Georgina Shoshana Cohen
Councillor Anna Smith is Leader of Cambridge City Council. This energetic fascinating woman talks about her time at Oxford, her work in education and how she got into politics.
Suzie Thorpe and Linda Ness talk to Anna Smith
Morag Styles is Professor of Children’s Poetry at Homerton College, Cambridge. Morag has an infectious passion for children’s poetry, and loves to work with teachers to help them inspire children to read and write poetry.
Jan Moore talks to Professor Morag Styles