Tina Fey Continues to Uncover 'The Hidden World of Girls'
Host Tina Fey, star of 30 Rock, author of Bossypants and Saturday Night Live alumna, takes listeners around the world into the secret life of girls—from the dunes of the Sahara to a slumber party in Manhattan, from the dancehalls of Jamaica to a racetrack in Ramallah—and reveals some of her own hidden worlds.
Tune in to The Hidden World of Girls on West Virginia Public Radio on Thursday, March 27 at 9 p.m.
As part of this international collaboration, The Kitchen Sisters opened up The Hidden World of Girls NPR phone line and invited listeners to share their stories of groundbreaking girls and pioneering women. Calls poured in from around the world and these stories and messages thread throughout the hours. Stories in this hour include:
- Horses, Unicorns and Dolphins—a story of girlhood fantasy and aspiration.
- From Afghanistan we enter The Hidden World of Kandahar Girls—girls and young women going to school, working towards careers, standing up to the threats of the Taliban.
- We explore the mysterious universe of women’s bodies in the story, Chicken Pills: The Hidden World of Jamaican Girls where homegrown cosmetic treatments and changing ideals of beauty are part of a national debate going on in the music, in the dancehalls and on the streets.
- We visit Tiina Urm, a young Estonian environmental activist who spearheaded a one-day clean up of her entire country.
- We meet Amira Al-Sharif from Yemen who came to New York City to document the lives of young American women.
- We go back stage with singer Janelle Monae and hear about her songwriting process