It's a conversation of sisterhood and three generations of feminism In the latest episode of Pantisocracy with host Panti Bliss. Listen to the episode in full below:
Panti is joined by the acclaimed Galway poet Elaine Feeney, who is now working with the oral history project around the Tuam Babies story.
Watch: Elaine Feeney reads The Radio Was Gospel
With them in the parlour are two outstanding performers, Emma Garnett aka Fehdah, an afro-Irish singer who mixes her passion for music with astrophysics, and Nina Hynes, a Dubliner living in Berlin for over a decade now, who mixes her own music-making with teaching children to find joy in making sounds themselves.
Watch: Nina Hynes performs Vagina
Completing our quartet is writer and first wave Irish feminist Rosita Sweetman who challenged Ireland in the early seventies with her book about women, sexuality and the Catholic Church called 'On Our Knees' and who now combines her commitment to women’s rights with activism on the environment.
Watch: Fehdah performs N'Saheli
Pantisocracy, RTÉ Radio 1, Tuesdays at 10pm - listen back here.