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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Legal eagle

Dotty Winters talks zombie apocalypses, plot spoilers and women speaking their mind with top attorney Susan Simpson.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Star gazing

From dropping out of drama school to the West End stage, via travel shows, a part on a massive sci-fi series, standup and a real-life love story, Suanne Braun has turned her talents to more things than most. Dotty Winters grabbed her for a chat.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Word up

Dotty Winters talks to author Rosie Fiore about getting published, likeable women and the “strange protection of being middle-aged.”

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Success written in the stars

Hazel Davis meets astronomer turned entrepreneur Kim Nilsson and asks her whether we have anything to fear from super-intelligent machines.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: She’ll do the math

It’s Dyslexia Awareness Week. Hazel Davis meets Sheffield businesswoman (no, make that powerhouse) Samantha Nicholson, who discovered she had a reading age of eight when she was 16 and about to do her GCSEs. Sheesh.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Pounding her way to the top

Hazel Davis talks to IT industry leader Tracy Pound about being told what to do and taking the locks off the IT world.

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Glass ceiling smashers: Water off a duck’s back

In our regular column celebrating brilliant high achievers, plumbing suprema Hattie Hasan relates her extraordinary journey.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Enigma aspirations

Computer scientist Dr Sue Black OBE worked hard to get to the top of her profession. She’s also worked tirelessly to bring other women up with her and honour those who went before. Suzi Gage exchanged some coded messages with her.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: Girls in film

Dotty Winters chats to Terri White, editor-in-chief of Empire magazine, about her life in journalism, trusting your judgement and why it pays to be “fucking irritating”.

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Glass Ceiling Smashers: In the bag

Dotty Winters gets some top business tips from Cambridge Satchel Company founder Julie Deane.