Next stop on the HEAR HEAR journey around the world for International Women’s month (because a day is nowhere near enough time to show all the women who influence and inspire us some love) is Manchester. In Episode 4 I celebrate the Divine Feminine version 126.96.36.199 with a true Manchester legend, celebrity, singer, Manchester United fan, dog lover and my HEAR HEAR INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S MONTH ICON – ROWETTA (MCR, UK). She’s a Proper Mancunian with a heart of gold and I’m honoured to have gained an audience with this absolute Queen.
In celebration of the Divine Feminine and for International Women’s Month version 188.8.131.52. I’ve crossed the Atlantic landing in NYC for a Zoom audience with all round powerhouse, artist, producer, remixer, dj, fearless activist and cat whisperer LAUREN FLAX. She’s a New Yorker from Detroit and she has a lot of tea to spill.
Welcome to my interview for ‘The Edit’. It’s all about titanium ceilings, purple sequins and no requests in this podcast with Loreal Blackett. Get into it.
I did an interview for NRTHLASS blog and it turned out like this. I am super proud of it because it covers past, present and future in a really beautiful way. Short read – ten minutes max. Enjoy.
My #InternationalWomensDay #InternationalWomensWeek Paulette Takeover show on Reform Radio will now be co-hosted #live by the ridiculously talented and mind-blowingly humble dj / producer / So Flute’s MC and multi-instrumentalist Pops Roberts. She’ll be chatting, selecting and mixing live in studio for the top hour of the show #blackwomanmagic #vibeislive #keepitlocal #suffragettecity .
Here’s my Paulette Takeover for Reform Radio from October 24th featuring an exclusive guest mix from Berlin’s finest Maya Schenk. We’re #22 on the Global Tech Chart on Mixcloud so wrap your ears around it and pass it on! Big love.
If you haven’t already invested in your hardback first issue copy of @generationwbook you can still buy via this link @ordergenerationw.com (a steal at £19.99) It’s all about 💯 fierce women who talk about their life experiences, seen through the lens of 2018 and the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage.
After well received events in London, Liverpool, Bristol and Brighton this Summer, Urban Kingdom are holding one final pop-up event to celebrate the first edition of the groundbreaking book ‘Generation W’. Join us at a free entry daytime event in the birthplace of the Suffragette movement, Manchester. I’ll be closing the event with a short QnA.
I am really looking forward to speaking on this panel today and watching the two episodes #Work and #Dress of Pandora’s Box featuring the award winning Joan Bakewell. Event starts at 15.20 sharp!!
Thanks to Ilovemcr.com for including me in their listing of 22 #Influentialwomen who are putting Manchester on the map. I am honoured and overjoyed to be included.
Massive thanks to The A-Magazine for including me in their round up of Manchester Women Of The Year. It is a massive honour yet also very humbling to be considered in such esteemed company. I can’t lie, it feels so good to get some recognition for what I do, and especially in my hometown.
Here is the very wonderful and very cheeky and all too short debut guest show that I produced, curated and presented for MCR:Live on International Women’s Day. It was a crazy, full throttle session involving juxtaposing some new stuff, some old stuff, some classics and some downright curve balls in one steady ( as it could be shifting from live arrangements to digital?) continuous mix with a bit of chat and all in an unfamiliar studio environment
As you know it is 100 years since (some) women (ie the ones who OWNED their own properties and had their names on the title deeds) got the vote so this year’s International Women’s Day is coming at you full force. Now it’s time to OWN our womanhood and our EQUAL HUMAN RIGHTS and be courageous when making our voices heard. It’s time to roar. It’s time to come into our power and this week in Manchester there are plenty of opportunities to be inspired, to share and to do just that.
It’s 2018 – and we’ve already hit the ground running. In this year that celebrates and highlights the centenary of women’s suffrage, I am proud to be featured amongst the 25 STRONG portraits in the ‘Suffragette City’ exhibition that has been curated by media powerhouse and Manchester Digital Music Archive co-founder Alison Surtees and photographed by Elspeth Moore.