Justine Brooks chatted with the amazing, barrier-busting Josephine Reynolds about Fire Woman, her book detailing her life as Britain’s first female firefighter.
Hazel Davis chats to competitive bartender Nicole Sykes about 3am finishes, wax on her clothes and women in the mix.
Susy Roberts is founder and managing director of people development consultancy Hunter Roberts. She talks career switching and being a butterfly mind with Hazel Davis.
Hazel Davis talks MBAs, periods and single parenting with Mental Health First Aid England CEO Poppy Jaman.
Gift shop entrepreneur Nadia Flanagan couldn’t afford shop premises so, no biggie, she got a truck instead and Meraki Gift was born. Hazel Davis hitched a ride.
The world has gone elf crazy, Durham entrepreneur Sarah Greenwell included. She tells Hazel Davis how she keeps her toy business nice and elfy.
Children’s TV writer Denise Cassar has many people’s dream career. Dotty Winters chatted with her about dead dogs, pitching snot and why her job is every bit as brilliant as it looks.
Dotty Winters talks weasels, long walks and clenching buttocks with Lauren and Karen Mead, the creative mother-daughter team behind accessories company Louella Odié.
Women are leading the justice reform media movement. Dotty Winters gets a bit fangirl-y with one of its key players, true crime writer and podcaster Rebecca Lavoie.
Scientist, entrepreneur and footballer Claire Thompson chats to Hazel Davis about how nimble footwork skills have helped her get ahead in business.