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Scottish women in sport, business and beyond celebrate International Women’s Day on Clyde 1 and Clyde 2

Cat Harvey is joined by inspirational Scottish women on Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 this International Women’s Day (Monday 8 March), to discuss their successes, challenges and aspirations.

The women, including Judy Murray, sports presenter Eilidh Barbour and woman’s rights campaigner Talat Yaqoob, each at the top of their chosen field, all share personal experiences of breaking through the glass ceiling and stories of their own accomplishments.

The interviews, conducted by Clyde 2 breakfast presenter Cat Harvey, one of Scotland’s top female radio talents, will be played out on Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 and across the Hits Radio and Greatest Hits Networks on Monday, interspersed with a playlist that will be all female artists, all day (6am to midnight on Clyde 1), including the likes of Beyonce, Amy MacDonald, Lizzo, Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Adele and Pink.

Scottish business and beauty mogul, Jamie Genevieve, shares her story on Clyde 1. She discusses the ‘cookie cutter’ image of women in business and how she discovered the power of being herself and the success this has brought her.

Eilidh Barbour and Cat discuss the success of women’s football in recent years and Eilidh speaks about how she has made her own voice heard amongst her male colleagues’, while Talat Yaqoob discusses the challenges women still face in trying to break into certain industries. Judy Murray said: “A lot of the situations I’ve faced [in the sporting industry] have made me…create the female only organisations…I understand how much more you can get out of women and girls when they feel comfortable and relaxed.”

Cat Harvey, presenter of Ewen & Cat At Breakfast on Clyde 2, said: “It was extremely empowering speaking to these amazing women across a variety of professions about their achievements and their journey to get to where they are now.

“It’s so important that we continue to have these conversations. We have made progress in the past few years for gender equality, but it is essential that we keep pushing and challenging the status quo, and I’m proud to a play a part in making sure women’s voices are being heard.”

Listen to all the interviews as they are aired across Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 on International Women’s Day on Monday the 8th of March.

Keep up with all the latest news, sport, biggest hits, greatest hits on Clyde 1 and Clyde 2 on FM / AM, on DAB radio, online, via the Radio Clyde app and on your Smart Speaker.

Full list of interviewees:

Eilidh Barbour, Judy Murray, Talat Yaqoob, Dr. Punam Krishan, Dr Marie Macklin CBE, Dr. Katy Stewart (Clyde 2 only) and Jamie Genevieve (Clyde 1 only).

Clyde 1 and Hits Radio Network Scotland will run the interviews at 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm, 9pm and 11pm. Clyde 2 and Greatest Hit Network Scotland will run the features at 7am, 9am, 12pm, 3pm, 6pm and 9pm.

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