SIM Ep 143 Pod 47: statues, singing, siblings & a sporting challenge

In this week's episode, Hannah's chatting statues being left where they belong, as she catches up with brilliant feminist activist and campaigner Caroline Criado Perez who's fighting for Emmeline Pankhurst to stay put, and she also finds out more about Annie Saunders' play Our Country, which takes in siblings, marijuana and the Wild West. Mick talks to Scottish musician and all-round top bird Carla J Easton, who's bigging up some women pop pioneers for the Edinburgh International Festival's Since Yesterday event on Friday 24 August, and Jen natters with Lauren Hendry, who took on an incredible sporting challenge then wrote a bloody lovely (and funny) story about it.

There's Boris, Botox and adult babies in the Bush Telegraph, and astonishment that Piers Morgan isn't the biggest spaffbangle in a Good Morning Britain-based Sexism of the Week. And Dunleavy Does Disney's Oliver & Company and really needs a lie down now please and thanks.

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