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A documentary film for TV
Wednesday 24 November 2010
BBC4, 7.30pm

Emmeline Pankhurst; Sheila Hancock
Sheila Hancock presents a documentary about the Suffragettes on BBC4
Alison Rooper with Yvette Cooper
Executive Producer Alison Rooper, with UK Shadow Foreign Secretary Yvette Cooper at the press launch on 19 November 2010
Alison Cooper, Sarah Veale, Emma Webster and other

Alison Rooper, Sarah Veale, Emma Webster and the great-granddaughter of a notable Suffragette

Presented by Sheila Hancock
Archive from British Pathé
Camera David Scott
Sound recordist Mike Duffield
Composer Jeff Spencer
Executive producer Alison Rooper
Assistant producer Anke Lueddecke
Editor Steve Fletcher
Produced and directed by Emma Webster

Actress and women's rights campaigner Sheila Hancock tells the extraordinary story of the Suffragettes and their battle to win votes for women, through their relatives, historians and the treasure trove of photos and memorabilia from the Museum of London.

This is the first TV programme dedicated to the Suffragettes in 35 years. The press launch took place at the Museum of London on 19 November 2010. Speakers were UK Shadow Foreign Secretary Yvette Cooper, and Head of Equality and Employment Rights at the TUC, Sarah Veale.

IN FOCUS Productions


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