In 1990, Elaine Morgan ended her forty-year career as a script writer for television and radio with a piece for Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour. She was seventy, and, as always, the sharpest observer of what was really going on. Considering her diminishing opportunities, she concluded:   It was no longer an asset to have been […]
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