Victoria Coren Mitchell is going to present the new BBC Radio 4 series named Women Talking About Cars.
The BBC stated the radio show would check out of what cars symbolize to females today, including freedom, power, haven, novelty and familiarity.
The four-part series, which will include a different guest weekly, starts on 30 November.
Dawn French, Olivia Colman, Sarah Millican and Germaine Greer are the interviewees.
Coren Mitchell said: “I’m truly anticipating taking a seat with a few of the greatest women in modern British culture and discussing the pros and cons of the five-speed manual gearbox.”
Automobiles will be used as a car to share memories and take a comic look at life, love, sex, work, childhood, the adult years and adventure, the BBC noted.
The episodes are going to be recorded in front of a live audience at the BBC’s Radio Theatre, located in London.
Members of the general public will be welcomed to take part in the program and share their own memories, such as driving to a very first job, doing the school run or picnic journeys in a campervan.
French, who is going to appear on the first episode, stated: “It will be excellent to obtain to get together with Victoria for a great old girly natter about the torque statistics on the BMW Luxus 850.”
BBC Radio 4 comedy commissioning editor Sioned William stated on Coren Mitchell: “She’s brainy, amusing and – I’m reliably informed – can change a tire in less than 5 minutes.”