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Woman to Woman (radio)

This article is about the 1983 US radio show. For other uses of the term, see Woman to woman.

Woman to Woman (1983) was a female-oriented discussion show, syndicated nationally in America.

Hosted by Pat Mitchell, from Hour Magazine, Woman to Woman featured one topic each day. It was recorded in front of an all-female audience.

A unique feature of the show's syndication was the fact that it was available to stations in both an hour- and half-hour-long format.

External links

  • Woman to Woman Videotapes, 1983-1984. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.


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