Articles about 'TV'

Make Me a Perfect Wife

Victoria sponge cakes and female submission do not a happy home make. Ealasaid Gilfillan reviews Channel 4's dubious TV series "Make Me a Perfect Wife".

Ealasaid Gilfillan // 5 November 2004

Categories: Television

Pictures Are Not Everything: A Response to ‘My Foetus’

Ellery responds to Julia Black's documentary 'My Foetus', which used images of aborted foetuses and was the first to screen footage of an abortion taking place. She ponders the use of imagery and pictures in the abortion debate.

Ellery // 1 June 2004

Categories: Television

If… Women Ruled the World (review 2)

The BBC 'disaster' series If... included a programme called If... Women Ruled the World which attempted to predict gender relations in 2020. Did it make a valid point, or was it just an extended version of the old Harry Enfield 'Women: know your limits!' sketch? Reviewed by Jennifer Drew

Jennifer Drew // 20 April 2004

Categories: Television

If… Women Ruled the World (review 1)

The BBC 'disaster' series If... included a programme called If... Women Ruled the World which attempted to predict gender relations in 2020. Did it make a valid point, or was it just an extended version of the old Harry Enfield 'Women: know your limits!' sketch? Reviewed by Meera Palia

Meera Palia //

Categories: Television

Reversals

An investigation into gender inequality in the workplace? Hardly, says Lorraine Smith

Lorraine Smith // 20 December 2003

Categories: Television

Watching the Detectives

Beth Anderson recounts the story told in a documentary about one rape case, and wonders how we can improve the legal system.

Beth Anderson // 20 September 2003

Categories: Television

Not all girls (want to) go to Fendi paradise

In a recent Sunday Times article, Naomi Wolf joined the ranks of those claiming Sex and City is a ground-breaking neo-feminist epic. Alexandra Kokoli discusses Wolf's article and questions whether all that shoe shopping is really as liberating as it appears to be.

Alexandra M Kokoli // 20 August 2003

Categories: Television

More Sex Tips for Girls

Lorraine Smith explains why she can't help cringing with embarassment when she watches Channel 4's "More Sex Tips For Girls".

Lorraine Smith // 20 July 2003

Categories: Television

This is Rockbitch

Lorraine Smith watched channel five's "This is Rockbitch" documentary, but is she any wiser about the radical sex-collective rockers?

Lorraine Smith // 16 May 2003

Categories: Music, Television

24

How does 24 portray powerful women - and what's with the blonde/brunette thing anyway, wonders Lorraine Smith?

Lorraine Smith // 16 March 2003

Categories: Television

Hairy Women

Lindsay finds a documentary on "Hairy Women" infuriating

Lindsay //

Categories: Television

Wife Swap

Natasha Forrest wonders if she was the only one shocked by the attitudes portrayed on Channel 4's controversial "Wife Swap"

Natasha Forrest // 16 February 2003

Categories: Television

You’re a 44-year old man: the Michael Jackson Interview

Catherine Redfern argues that the Michael Jackson interview raises questions about what is considered "normal" behaviour for men and women.

Catherine Redfern //

Categories: Television

Big Brother, Virgins, and Female Singleness

Kristin Aune looks at society's attitudes to virginity and celibacy

Kristin Aune // 16 June 2002

Categories: Culture and Media, Sex and Relationships

Not for Girls? The Yorkie and Echo Adverts

Catherine Redfern looks at the crazy world of chocolate advertising

Catherine Redfern // 16 May 2002

Categories: Television

Model Behaviour

Michelle Jenkin ponders on the possible effects of Model Behaviour

Michelle Jenkin // 16 April 2002

Categories: Television

Pop Idol

Natasha Forrest explains how Pop Idol demonstrated a fear of women's sexuality

Natasha Forrest // 16 March 2002

Categories: Television

First episode of Star Trek: Enterprise

Catherine Redfern comments on the first episode of the new Star Trek series.

Catherine Redfern // 16 January 2002

Categories: Television

Ally McBeal

Natasha Forrest explains what really annoys her about Ally McBeal...

Natasha Forrest // 16 December 2001

Categories: Television

As If

Does this show have the coolest woman on British TV right now?

Catherine Redfern // 16 March 2001

Categories: Television

Daria

MTV's animated sarcasm fest.

Catherine Redfern //

Categories: Television

Boy Meets Girl

Serious documentary or just an excuse to see men in bras?

Catherine Redfern //

Categories: Television

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