Hands Up If You're A Criminal
The Met police, the right to strike and the Scottish GRR bill - we've got it all! And by all, we mean those three things.
This week Harriet and Producer Martin are joined by former Met Commissioner Cressida Dick, who explains the steps she took to stamp out criminality within the force, and why nicknames are so hard to judge; Eshaan Akbar offers up a Hot & Spicy Take about why the wrong people are going on strike; and The Telegraph's Siobhan Connery joins us once more to explain why the Scottish government needed to be put in its place after trying to pass the Gender Recognition Reform bill.
We are still after questions for a monthly "Time For Questions" edition of this podcast - send a voicenote to email@example.com or we'll have to just make some up.
Thanks to Rosie Holt (@RosieIsAHolt), Brendan Murphy (@NotMurphy), Eshaan Akbar (@EshaanAkbar), Amy Hoggart (@AmyHoggart), Bethany Black (@SookUK) and Ed Morrish.
Tickets for Rosie's show, The Woman's Hour, are available here.
Tickets for Brendan's show, Buffy Revamped, are available here.
Tickets for Eshaan's show, The Pretender, are available here.
Listen to FeMANism, with Sam Martin and Jamie Hoggart, here.
Show photography by Karla Gowlett (photoperspective.co.uk) and show design by Chris Barker (chrisbarkerprints.co.uk). Music and jingles by Paddy Gervers & Rob Sell (torchandcompass.com).
NonCensored is a Lead Mojo production (leadmojo.co.uk).