Woman's Hour at 70: 'Hooray for being a housewife'

Woman's Hour at 70: 'Hooray for being a housewife'
 

On 7 October 1946 a male presenter introduced the very first episode of Woman's Hour.
Created as a time-filler for housewives, early broadcasts were criticised for being "patronising" and obsessed with the routine of domestic chores.
Three months after the programme's launch, the first female presenter was at the helm and the show went on to become a Radio 4 staple - the longest-running radio magazine programme in British broadcasting.
From how to cook with whale meat, to contraception, and "the perfect affair", the shifting nature of its subjects shines a light on the... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 46
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