Author and broadcaster Sarah Churchwell discusses the work of Hollywood actress Bette Davis, regarded as the 'quintessential diva'.
Author and broadcaster Sarah Churchwell describes the spell that female stars of the 1930s and '40s have over her..
From Joan Crawford, the 'working girl', to someone regarded as 'the quintessential Diva'. Apart from appearing in some great films, this one had the eyes and the laugh, and could smoke like a dragon. It's Bette Davis, of course.
Producer Duncan Minshull.