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  Catrin Collier Saturday 5 July 2003  
So why were there so few suffragettes in Wales. Well working class women were far too busy trying to survive, according to the author Catrin Collier.

She's being hailed as the new Catherine Cookson for her novels set in South Wales and Hearts of Gold has just been televised by the BBC.
Catrin Collier joins Martha to tell her more.
'Hearts of Gold' by Catrin Collier is published by Arrow; ISBN: 009927129X

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