Woman of Today: An Autobiography
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The first serial was being recorded on the day US President Kennedy was assassinated and the first episode was transmitted the next day, despite concerns that the show might be postponed. Storm Ciaran: Halloween festivities could be hampered as weather warning issued to Britain with residents in Northern Ireland told to stay indoors before the arrival of heavy showers and high winds TOMORROW From heartthrob to hair flop! Gerard Butler, 53, sports an unflattering blond hairpiece as he films new crime thriller In The Hand Of Dante in Rome
Similarly, in 2006, for the actual sixtieth birthday broadcast there was a glamorous show of stars but alongside celebrity, Woman’s Hour used this anniversary year as an opportunity to commission a survey into the lives of British women – and men – with questions on sex and relationships, work, parenting and caring, and living arrangements.
The Reunion has inspired two feature films. Made in Dagenham (2010) was based on an episode broadcast in September 2003 featuring the women machinists who went on strike at the Ford factory in Dagenham in 1968. The film's producer Stephen Woolley heard the programme, and his company, Number 9 Films, optioned the script from Whistledown Productions, who became consultants to the film and were credited as Associate Producers.  Misbehaviour (2020) was similarly inspired by a particularly tense 2010 edition of the programme that brought together the women's liberation protestors who disrupted the 1970 Miss World competition, with former tournament host Michael Aspel, Mecca employee Peter Jolley, and that year's Miss World, Jennifer Hosten.  Programmes [ edit ] No
The 'benefits girl' who went to Oxford: Student who was homeless and suicidal at 16 reveals how her life took a 'surreal' turn when she landed her university place Halloween, Hollywood style! Hailey Bieber, Kylie and Kendall Jenner, and Christina Aguilera get into a spooky mood Doctor Who was played by the British actor William Hartnell. His sharp, sometimes grumpy demeanour came out of his increasing difficulty in learning the scripts, but the audience immediately took him to their hearts and the series had nearly six million viewers by Christmas.All the episodes of Jimmy Perry and David Croft's It Ain't Half Hot Mum, first broadcast in 1974. The series follows the exploits of a Royal Artillery Concert Party during the Second World War. Created by David Croft and Jimmy Perry, it seemed a natural follow-up to their smash hit Dad's Army. Another ensemble piece, it drew on both writers' wartime experience in India and set the action in Deolali: a British army camp 100 miles north-east of Bombay where everyone's gone "a bit doolally". Although the Women's Liberation Movement was growing, a woman still needed her husband or father's permission to get a mortgage, women were barred from visiting Wimpy bars after midnight (on the assumption they must be prostitutes)and at the BBC female employees were strongly discouraged from wearing trousers.
How do you explain bad news to your child? A psychotherapist reveals his 5 tips for helping them understand (and what to NEVER say)The series brings together four or five participants, sometimes from opposing sides. The first episode reunited the team behind the world's first IVF baby, Louise Brown.  Other examples include Robben Island prisoners in Cape Town, South Africa, representatives from Labour and BBC to discuss the Hutton Inquiry,  perpetrators and victims of the Brighton hotel bombing, and maids of honour from the 1953 Coronation.  The panel discussion is interspersed with archive audio and narration of the event by the presenter. Kim Kardashian's daughter North West gets her own magazine cover! The star, 10, reveals she inherited dad Kanye West's 'love of performing'