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Where have all the women gone? Harman probes lack of older women on our TV screens

Harman investigates mystery of missing older women TV presenters

Broadcasting chiefs face a dressing-down from Harriet Harman in the Commons later, after it emerged just 18% of television presenters over the age of 50 are women.

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  • IET: New radio series called Techno Mum

    Fun Kids is delighted to announce it has teamed up with the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) to launch a brand new radio series called Techno Mum. The series is designed to introduce young children to engineering and the important role it has in their day-to-day lives.

  • BHA: Humanists very disappointed by BBC review of religious output

    The British Humanist Association (BHA) has greeted with extreme disappointment as 'a fatal missed opportunity' the publication today of the BBC’s Breadth of Opinion Impartiality Review.

  • BASC calls for meeting to discuss broadcast ad ban on shooting

    BASC has asked for a meeting with the Broadcast Committee of Advertising Practice (BCAP) to discuss the lifting of the ban on advertising shooting related activities and businesses on television and radio.

  • ABI Financial Media Awards 2012

    Now in its 17th year, the ABI Financial Media Awards is an important, prestigious and eagerly awaited night in the financial services calendar. The awards attract a wide range of influential commentators from the financial media and the financial services community. All sectors of the financial media are represented, including personal finance, city and business, consumer, insurance trade and broadcast journalists.

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