First transmitted in 1970. Jane Fonda, one of the most politically active actresses of her generation, self-proclaimed radical and star of Barbarella, speaks to Julian Pettifer about her family, acting career and political activism. She speaks at length about her participation in rallies and demonstrations advocating rights for Native American Indians and American soldiers as well as her views on marriage and men.

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Sun 29 Nov 1970 15:30

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BBC Four Talk Collection

BBC Four Talk Collection
This programme is part of Talk - a collection of interviews with some of the most influential figures of the 20th century.

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Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterJulian Pettifer
Interviewed GuestJane Fonda
ProducerJohn Reynolds

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