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Suffragette sitcom. Margaret invites the Banbury Intricate Craft Circle to become (the hilariously ineffectual) Banbury Intricate Craft Circle Politely Requests Women's Suffrage. Show more
Distinguished war reporter Kate Adie examines the impact of women's work on the Home Front during the First World War. Show more
A secretary in the 1960s starts to explore her sexuality.
A monologue inspired by women who spoke out about their shocking experiences, to make marital rape illegal in England.
How Matilda almost became the first woman to be crowned queen of England in her own right, and how Eleanor of Aquitaine was more than the queen of courtly love. Show more
Using archive film, Vanessa Collingridge examines the life of Elizabeth Tudor - her upbringing, her conflicts with her enemies and her greatest victory against the Spanish Armada. Show more
Helen Castor examines how the transformation of the rights and role of women that have taken place in Great Britain over the last 100 years has been documented on television. Show more
Documentary series presented by Amanda Vickery. During Victoria's reign extraordinary women gradually changed the lives and opportunities of their sex. Show more