After a short hiatus, I was back in the studio with Vanessa Feltz on her BBC radio show for the newspaper review.

With a lot of talk around the mooted return of Grange Hill (millennials can google it), we discussed an interesting story about how some schools in London have looked at education through a gender neutral lens and the impact on pupils and teachers. Challenging social stereotypes at a young age is proving to have a profound effect on how young people view the world, their friends and belief in their own opportunity. 

We also considered the risk and reward of celebrity stalking on social media, parental support for teachers in schools and the real story behind the headlines celebrating the high employment rates in the U.K. 

Listen below, from approx 45 minutes or download on the Sounds app.