Matt Chorley hosts a special episode ahead of International Women's Day
Campaigner Caroline Criado Perez has already secured victory in getting a woman, Jane Austen, on banknotes and then another, Millicent Fawcett, among the statues in Parliament Square. Now she’s taken on a bigger challenge: rewiring the whole of society, especially the data which drives it, which is shall we say, quite male-dominated.
Anne Ashworth, The Times money and property editor, argues why women must learn to be riskier with their money to ensure they are not left short in retirement.
And Rachel Sylvester, the Times columnist and interviewer that most of the cabinet are too scared to be interviewed by, warns Amber Rudd is being singled out for misogynistic abuse.