Counterpoint: A Woman's Worth?

Counterpoint: A Woman's Worth?

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Details

Location

Royal Victoria Hospital, RVH, Shorts

Year

1980s

Source

Format

colour

Length

26min 03sec

Silent

sound

Courtesy

ITV, UTV

Rights Holder

ITV

Description

A 1988 special looking at women in Northern Ireland who are pursuing legal cases on the grounds that they are not receiving equal pay for work of equal value to that performed by men. Features interviews with some of the women, many of whom work as cleaners in the Royal Victoria Hospital, and a panel discussion between trade union members, representatives of industry, and Beverley Jones of the Equal Opportunities Commission.

Shot List

 

Credits

  Location camera: Sam Christie and David Scott, Location sound: Rai Woods, Nic Leitch, Picture Editor: Steve Ward, Production assistant: Lynne Davidson, Research: Sharon Hall, Production: Jamie Delargy, Director: Tony Boyle, Editor: Colm McWilliams> Presented by Brian Black.
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