You can either listen to the whole of episode 2 or select the individual interview from the list below.
Louise Eatock from the band Flaming June has a brilliant new single "The Women's Battalion" about the 100 year anniversary of women's suffrage and is looking for your suggestions about what women are marching for now. These suggestios will be included in the video for the single.
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Suzie Thorpe, Linda Ness and Rebecca Newman Matthews meet up with Louise from Flaming June
What did you want to be when you were 10 years old? An accountant by any chance?
Kelly Anstee who founded Taxswag did. She talks about the reason behind that decision and how she started her tax accountancy business. Passionate about what she does, Kelly gives a lively, down to earth and very listenable interview to Linda Ness.
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Linda Ness meets Kelly Anstee
Would you swap meat for insects to make the world more sustainable?
Charlotte Payne is doing a PhD on just this topic. In this lively interview Charlotte talks to Linda Ness about why she believes that eating insects could help the environment and describes the first time she went hunting for hornets...
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Linda Ness meets Charlotte Payne
Christine O’Reilly is a big part of the Red Hen Project. Chris is focussed on ensuring that children are able to attend school, even where there are difficulties, and she helps families cope when they are in crisis. Her co-workers think so highly of her that they wanted us to feature her and talk about what she does. We think you’ll be really impressed by Chris….
Linda Ness meets Christine O'Reilly BEM
Sonal Kadchha is one of those people who can’t see bad things happening without trying to make them better. She talks to Linda about leaving her job in the city to start a charity helping girls of the Maasai Mara.
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Linda Ness meets Sonal Kadchha