The Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast is available now!

 

We are delighted to launch the first ever Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast, with our partners Baileys and Fremantle.  The first episode is available to listen to via Acast and all major podcast platforms now!

The six-part podcast, presented by author of the Forgotten Women series and Editor at Vice, Zing Tsjeng, kicks off with live content recorded from thought provoking discussions at the Baileys Book Bar events, including ‘Women Writers Revisited’ and ‘Unsung Heroines of History’.

Inspiring live readings and exclusive interviews with all the authors featured in this year’s Women’s Prize for Fiction shortlist, including Anna Burns and Diana Evans, will be available for you to tune into over the coming weeks.

Listen to the first episode with Dolly Alderton, Scarlett Curtis, Kate Mosse and Clarissa Pabi discussing ‘What Feminism Means to Millennials’ now.

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Listen to Episode One now >

Episode Two

In this week’s instalment of the Women’s Prize for Fiction podcast, host Zing Tsjeng, Prize Founder Director Kate Mosse and three female historians came together to discuss inspirational women from history, including those who have been unjustly written out of the narrative.

This week’s podcast features the 2019 Women’s Prize for Fiction Chair of Judges, author and broadcaster Professor Kate Williams, Professor of history Olivette Otele and author, broadcaster and Classicist Bettany Hughes.

Listen to Episode Two now >

Episode Three

In this instalment of the Women’s Prize for Fiction podcast, host Zing Tsjeng, Prize Founder Director Kate Mosse and three female historians came together to discuss inspirational women from history, including those who have been unjustly written out of the narrative.

This week’s podcast features the 2019 Women’s Prize for Fiction Chair of Judges, author and broadcaster Professor Kate Williams, Professor of history Olivette Otele and author, broadcaster and Classicist Bettany Hughes.

Listen to Episode Three now >

Episode Four

In this episode, host Zing Tsjeng and Prize Founder Director Kate Mosse are joined by 2019 Women’s Prize for Fiction judge and journalist Arifa Akbar, previous winner of the Women’s Prize Linda Grant and the beloved novelist Joanna Trollope.

Tune in to discover the overlooked or ‘forgotten’ female writers that have inspired this week’s guests.

Listen to Episode Four now >

 

Plus! To celebrate the launch of the Women’s Prize for Fiction Podcast, we’re giving away the three books our panelists recommend in the first episode. Dolly Alderton chose The Rules Do Not Apply by Ariel Levy, Clarissa Pabi recommended Blonde Roots by Bernadine Evaristo and Scarlett Curtis picked Virginia Woolf’s feminist classic A Room of One’s Own.

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