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Ready to meet the author of the critically-acclaimed Forgotten Women series and one of the coolest women in journalism? It’s episode eight of The Stories That Changed My Life, and Zing Tsjeng’s thoughts and experiences of race, society and sexuality are sure to provide food for thought…

At first view it could seem that Zing Tsjeng is bit of an overachiever – the box-ticker with a Cambridge degree where she worked on the university’s varsity newspaper, and even won a Guardian Student Media award. And then a journalism masters from City University, of course. Writing about music, fashion and culture, she’s worked as an editor at titles such as Wonderland and Dazed, and freelanced for the likes of Buzzfeed and The Guardian.

Most recently, Zing’s been UK Editor of Broadly since it launched back in 2015. In short: a woman determined not to be forgotten – which is, rather ironically, the title of her series of books, looking at the notable leaders, artists, writers and scientists who have become overlooked by society. In the latest episode of The Stories That Changed My Life – and the last in this series – we caught up with Zing, and this one’s a rather special show. You’ll see why…