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Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

Satirical drama based on Margaret Thatcher's early years in politics. Young Margaret wants nothing more than to be an MP, but may be too much of a rebel for the Conservative Party of the 1950s. She did not have a 'good war', she is interested in politics and she thinks a woman's place can be in the House as well as the home.

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Sat 5 Jun 2010 22:30 BBC Four

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    Dramatisation of the early years of Margaret Thatcher's career.

Credits

Margaret Thatcher
Andrea Riseborough
Ted Heath
Samuel West
Denis Thatcher
Rory Kinnear
Sir John Crowder
Geoffrey Palmer
Sir Donald Kaberry
Oliver Ford Davies
Alfred Roberts
Philip Jackson
Sir Waldon Smithers
Michael Cochrane
Patricia Hornsby-Smith
Sylvestra Le Touzel
John Miller
Michael Gould
Stanley Soward
Jonathan Aris
Joyce
Lydia Leonard
Old Dear
Marcia Warren
Lieutenant-Colonel Digby
Christian Rodska
Bert
Robert Whitelock
Dartford Officer
Geoff McGivern
Leslie Thomas
James Laurenson
Nanny
Claire Vousden
John Wells
Rob Edwards
Entwistle
Geoffrey Whitehead
Lichfield
Kim Wall
Beckenham Constituent
Angela Sims
Mark Thatcher
Michael Selwood
Carol Thatcher
Julia Joyce
Miss Harris
Georgie Glen
Langton
Jeremy Child
Head Panellist - Finchley
Geoffrey Beevers
Doreen/Interviewer
Elizabeth Bennett
Director
Niall MacCormick
Producer
Madonna Baptiste
Producer
Robert Cooper
Producer
Kate Triggs
Writer
Tony Saint

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