Invisible Women is about eight women who worked in espionage during World War II.
They were from different countries, cultures and backgrounds.
What they had in common was the opportunity to step outside societal norms, while at the same time working in the shadows.
This podcast is an opportunity to hear their stories, to explore their roles in society and discover what we can learn from these stories, that is relevant today.
Episode 4: In this episode, Diane explores Shadow Projection. And we'll hear Ayla's story. She was a young Jewish women who took incredible risks to provide intelligence for the Free French Army.
Episode 3: In this episode, the patriarchal monopoly on power is easily exposed in the Allied propaganda of the era. In juxtaposition to this power, Liliana’s story reflects her authentic contributions.
Episode 2: What is it about secrets and spying that holds such interest, curiosity and energy for us? In this episode meet Garnet, who was decoding enemy messages in the secret facility at Bletchley Park.
Episode 1: When real life stories have been kept secret for over 60 years, it’s difficult to coax them into existence. We begin with Edie’s story, a young woman who worked for Service Zero, a large resistance cell in Belgium.
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Host Diane Greig spent years researching, finding, and interviewing women who worked in espionage during World War 2. She invites you to meet them on this podcast series, launching November 11, 2020
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Getting to hear these stories is such a gift. Much needed and revolutionary! Can’t wait for more.
Just finished listening to ep 1 and was thoroughly impressed. Captivating story that was beautifully delivered. Can’t wait for more!