The differences in pay received by men and women in broadcasting will be starkly revealed when broadcasters and production companies publish their gender pay data. All companies with over 250 employees must do this by the start of April.
Join our distinguished panel – including Harriet Harman, who introduced the legislation requiring gender pay data reporting — to discuss what the figures show, the implications for companies and the sector more broadly, and what can and should be done to narrow the gender pay gap.
Jane Corbin, BBC current affairs journalist
Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, former Minister for Women and Equalities
Sian Kevill, former BBC executive and founder, Make Productions
Charlotte Sweeney OBE, Expert adviser on equality, diversity and inclusion
Chair: Jane Martinson, Guardian columnist and journalist