100 Voices that made the BBC: Pioneering Women
Authors: Murphy, K. and Baker, J.
This ‘100 Voices’ website is one of a series made as part of ‘Connected Histories of the BBC’ – a project led by the University of Sussex, in partnership with the BBC, Mass Observation, the Science Museum Group, and the British Entertainment History Project. The project is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
Material for this edition of ‘100 Voices’ was curated and written by Kate Murphy, Bournemouth University and Jeannine Baker, Macquarie University (Sydney), with additional material by Emma Sandon (Birkbeck, University of London), Kate Terkanian (Bournemouth University), Helen Wood (University of Leicester), Lucy Robinson (University of Sussex), Sejal Sutaria (Grinnell College, USA), David Butler (University of Manchester) and Martha Kearney (BBC). Web Editor, John Escolme (BBC), Web Production, Mike Hammond (BBC). With thanks to Vicky Ball (De Montfort University), and David Hendy and Alban Webb (University of Sussex). Jeannine Baker’s contribution was supported by the British Academy’s Visiting Fellowships Programme under the UK Government's Rutherford Fund.