talkRADIO presenter Eamonn Holmes has suggested men should apologise to women, 100 years on from the female suffrage breakthrough.
Eamonn was speaking to Jane Martinson, Guardian columnist and a former chair of the Women in Journalism group, about the centennial anniversary of votes for women.
Our afternoon presenter said: "Maybe there's an apology needed from men, men like myself.
"Not for being bad people but for maybe not totally understanding what it's like to be a woman."
Martinson said that, despite the progress made over the last century, there's still a lot of work to do on issues such as equal pay, sexual harassment and representation in Parliament, where fewer than a third of MPs are female.
Eamonn also spoke to Deborah Frances-White, creator of the Guilty Feminist podcast, who echoed Martinson's thoughts by suggesting that many Edwardian-era gender equality campaigners would be surprised by how little progress has been made on some issues.