Grumpy Cat has died and we came last (again) in Eurovision. This week Dolly's down a Doris Day content-hole and Pandora's bewitched by the Instagram account @90sanxiety.
We discuss Alabama's new abortion ban - the most restrictive in the States - voted in by 25 white men and reflect on the ongoing battle for agency in Northern Ireland, which sees 28 women travel to England every single day, for an abortion.
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And we debate Uber's new 'silence mode' - whereby you will be able to silence your driver. A practical solution for when you need a bit of quiet; or a worrying indicator of our inability to entertain ad hoc conversation?
It's Time To Hear Alabama's Women - stories from 200 women by The Alabama Media Group https://www.al.com/opinion/2019/05/its-time-to-hear-alabamas-women.html
The clock is turning back on women's rights, by Janice Turner for The Times https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/the-clock-is-turning-back-on-women-s-rights-x9n9mvqrw
The Matchless Presence of Doris Day, by Anthony Lane: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/postscript/the-matchless-presence-of-doris-day
Fresh Air remembers Doris Day: https://www.npr.org/2019/05/15/723531128/fresh-air-remembers-hollywood-legend-doris-day
Jemima Kirke on Woman Of The Hour with Lena Dunham: https://play.acast.com/s/womenofthehour/friendship-bonus-episode-lena-and-jemima
Anjelica Huston on WTF: http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episode-1018-anjelica-huston
Brene Brown on WTF: http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episode-1012-bren-brown
Homefire, by Kamila Shamsie
David Harewood on Psychosis, on BBC iPlayer
Dead To Me, on Netflix
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