The second part of “Cat Women of the Moon,” the BBC Radio 4 documentary about sex, gender, and science fiction, is up here. This one is mostly about reproduction: the anxieties of women and men around the issue, and what may or may not be possible in the future. My bits are all in the second half–but do listen from the beginning for Farah Mendelsohn, China Miéville, Iain Banks, Ursula Le Guin, Geoff Ryman and lots of other interesting people. Robert Winston’s notions of the current state of reproductive technology are fascinating.

It should be up for about a week. (You can read my notes for the interview, too: Part One and Part Two.)