Anne Robinson to find out What Women Want

I’ve got fifty years of experience of what it is to be a woman in the work place and in the home, and I will be fascinated to find out how much equality British women feel they’ve achieved and what they still want to change.Anne Robinson
Date: 16.04.2018     Last updated: 16.04.2018 at 08.00
100 years since suffrage, Anne Robinson meets British women from across the social spectrum to explore the most current and challenging questions around equality, examining how far we’ve come and what is still left to achieve.

On an immersive journey from the boardroom to bedroom, she’ll employ her journalistic curiosity and fearless candour to dig into personal stories and tackle provocative issues from sexual harassment and stay-at-home dads to growing old gracefully and the gender pay gap.

Throughout, Anne will share her first-hand experience and her own passionate perspective on the role of women in modern society and who is responsible for it.

Anne Robinson says: “I’ve got fifty years of experience of what it is to be a woman in the work place and in the home, and I will be fascinated to find out how much equality British women feel they’ve achieved and what they still want to change.”

It was commissioned by Charlotte Moore, Director, BBC Content, and David Brindley, Head of Popular Factual and the Commissioning Editor is Clare Mottershead. The Executive Producers for Wild Pictures are Dominique Walker and Paul Hamann. Directed by Clare Richards.

This is broadcast as part of a landmark year of content from the BBC marking 100 years of women in the UK being allowed to vote, including How Women Won The Vote with Lucy Worsley (w/t) (BBC One), extensive coverage of PROCESSIONS, a mass participation artwork, and a Pioneering Women special edition of Antiques Roadshow (BBC One).

Anne Robinson: What Women Want is the working title, TX to be confirmed.

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