I’ve just emailed Eleanor Garland, Executive Producer of the BBC Radio 4 programme Woman’s Hour, with a request (below) to appear on her programme. If you agree with my request, why not email her at email@example.com and say so? Thank you.
Eleanor, good afternoon. I hope this finds you well.
People keep asking me why Woman’s Hour isn’t covering what we’re doing, given the increasingly high-profile nature of our campaigns, our engagement with parliamentary inquiries etc. I generally reply that as the programme’s a propaganda outlet for militant feminism, I can only assume the producers are reluctant to give us exposure. All the same, as a taxpayer-funded outfit, you’d think they’d be required to give exposure to anti-feminist views from time to time. I believe they had Tom Martin on the programme some time ago, but from what I understand he doesn’t label himself as an anti-feminist. If I’m wrong about Tom, I’ll happily make a correction to this post.
Our blog hits went through the roof after a recent Quentin Letts piece in the Daily Mail:
Even the New Statesman has given us exposure:
A major national newspaper is to run a two-page feature on me and my campaigns (and the planned political party) in about a week’s time.
The week ended well for anti-feminists:
I repeat my offer to appear on Woman’s Hour, ideally debating with Harriet Harman, or perhaps one of the peers and MPs bullying companies into appointing more women onto their boards – Lord Davies of Abersoch, Vince Cable, and Jo Swinson come to mind – despite the overwhelming evidence that it will inevitably harm UK plc:
I shall be posting a copy of this email on both our blogs.