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Can you believe this is the 400th episode of Badass women’s hour? Throughout Harriet has talked to some incredible women, but if you have been here from the start you'll know it wasn't just Harriet. In this final episode of the podcast, we’ve reunited the original Badass Women’s Hour team to reflect on some standout moments, what’s been achieved and what we’re taking forwards.


If this is the first episode that you’ve listened to, or if you’ve listed to all 400, thanks for listening, and keep being badass.

Badass Women's Hour Is:

Harriet Minter

Natalie Campbell

Emma Sexton


With clips from

Episode 373 with Alexandra Heminsley

Episode 184 with Tomi Adeyemi


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