The Royal Television Society Scotland held their annual awards ceremony on the 6th of February (online, so no fancy tux required - it was comfies, slippers and a wee cheeky prosecco 😏) and I was utterly thrilled to win the Royal Television Society Scotland award with my film The Women Who Built Glasgow City. I… Continue reading Royal Television Society Award
'The Women Who Built Glasgow City' film on air in April.
The Dangerous Women Project is an initiative of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh. The Project asks: what does it mean to be a ‘dangerous woman’? The idea that women are dangerous individually or collectively permeates many historical periods, cultures and areas of contemporary life (despite, and in some instances in… Continue reading Honeyballers: Lady Florence Dixie and the dangerous women of Scottish women’s football
This morning, the Independent posted an article featuring the results of a poll to nominate the first "annual power list" of the fifty most influential women in British sport. It's an impressive list, featuring women who have worked hard to increase recognition of women in sport, such as the fabulous Anna Kessel, athletes such as the… Continue reading Top 50 influential Women in Sport (SCOTLAND)