'There is no doubt fiction makes a better job of the truth.' Doris Lessing
"Not available in your area". Sometimes I hate the BBC and their narrow-minded policies.
Superb wasn't it. I hope younger women watched it too and realised how much they owe to such women.
I think it's all down to copyright, Lesley, v annoying though...& works both ways, you can't re-watch foreign films/progs that have been on BBC or Channel 4, most French films are on very late & I miss them...& I don't have a recorder...Cusp, It was moving and funny film, truly inspiring women.
oh i taped this and am looking forward to watching this weekend. I did women's studies at Uni and tried to read Sita by Kate Millet at the time - got to say it was sooo repetitive and boring. It is not often that i cannot get through a book but i gave up! Maybe i will learn a bit more about where she was coming from in the programme or she can redeem herself in other ways!
Ashy, I had not heard of Kate Millett before this but I just loved the portrayal of her as an older woman, she is quite stooped now, but seems quite formidable, though I think she has not had easy times.
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