Bee Rowlatt is a writer and journalist. Her award-winning travelogue In Search of Mary was a ‘biography of the year’. She co-wrote the bestseller Talking about Jane Austen in Baghdad, which was dramatised by the BBC, and is one of Virago’s Fifty Shades of Feminism. Her play about Mary Wollstonecraft recently debuted in London’s West End. She is now writing a novel about a girl who can’t stop stealing.
FREEDOM OF THOUGHT
Helena Kennedy and Bee Rowlatt in conversation
One of our foundational human rights, freedom of thought protects the individual conscience of every human being. In conversation with writer and broadcaster Bee Rowlatt, Baroness Helena Kennedy QC explores the need to protect the forum internum - our private and mental space - from the incursions of digital technology.