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The third of four programmes that pay homage to women's magazines. Sex and the Single Girl. Liz Lochhead recalls how, over the years, women's magazines have offered her advice on men. Then the sixties came along.... Producer Sally Flatman
Tim Marlow interviews artist Howard Hodgkin
as he opens a new retrospective of his paintings at
London's South Bank and reviews
The Eleventh Commandment, a new play by TV star David Schneider. Producer Anthony Denselow
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Topical discussion in York with Dr Germaine Greer ; Frank Dobson MP, shadow Secretary of State for the Environment and London;
Ann Widdecombe MP, Minister of State at the Home Office; and Sir John Banham , chairman of Kingfisher. Jonathan Dimbleby is in the chair. Producer Nadine Grieve
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