Plenty of us work remotely, known to clients or collaborators by name only. In this show we meet Alev Scott. She's a writer and commentator whose first name means she is often assumed to be a man. We talk about how she deals with that, as well as her distaste for female titles - especially 'Ms.'
I also talk to Martin Schneider and Nicole Hallberg, whom you may have read about earlier this year when their story blew up on Twitter. They swapped names and identities for a week at the office. The results were...revealing.
Thanks to radio producer Danielle Fox for taping my interview with Nicole and Martin.
Further reading: Alev Scott's FT piece on ambiguous names.
You can also read a transcript of the show.