BBC From Our Own Correspondent (starts at 12"00)

History Workshop: We Choose Who Lives Forever

Dan Snow's History Hit: On Mary Wollstonecraft

Times of India: Why does everyone hate journalists?

Indian Express: The trouble with respectability

BBC live: Talking about Mary on the Green campaign

BBC Best Read: Showgirls: Life behind the Sequins

Guardian: The Double Death of the Original Suffragette

Telegraph: When Shakespeare met La Santa Muerte

Telegraph: Why everyone should go to Colombia

Telegraph: Autism: girls are slipping through the net

Daily Mail: Miscarriages: Why suffer in silence?

Telegraph: How Motherhood made a Feminist of Beyonce

India Today Women's history book review

5x15 podcast

National Portrait Gallery: Remarkable Women

Vogue: On how to be foreign

National Geographic: Sexy is the City

BBC: How to stop apologising for not being a mother

British Council lecture: Moscow State Tretyakov Gallery

Huffpost: Let's get visible! Statues of women

Telegraph: A Time-travelling Treasure Hunt

Telegraph: TV Sexism laid bare

Telegraph: The Reluctant Hausfrau

Telegraph: Poets invade Iraq

Telegraph: My Heroine of the High Seas

Independent: Colombian Coffee


Jaipur Litfest: Women and Power

JLF: in conversation with Germaine Greer

JLF: in conversation with Alexander McCall Smith

Bee on wheels: Isle of Man hell-raisers

Mishal Husain and Bee Rowlatt at Asia House Lit Fest

British Literature Today seminar in Yasnaya Polyana ENG

Drag Kings: Bee becomes a man

Misogyny and Mansplaining Debate, Jaipur Litfest.

Nasty Women debate, Dhaka LitFest

German chat show: NachtCafe

Bee Rowlatt @ 5x15 from 5x15 on Vimeo.

Make Me A German, BBC2

Hay Festival Cartagena

BBC Radio: Woman's Hour, World Service, Outlook, and Radio 5 Live. Listen to Woman's Hour here

Bee 'became' German for the BBC2 documentary Make Me A German. She reported on ethical finances for Newsnight. Live appearances include GMTV, The One Show, and BBC World.