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The Pill was a factual programme made by an all-female production team, reporting on issues relavent to the female of the species.
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The Pill was a factual programme made by an all-female production team assembled by [[Peter Bowles]] from the many freshers who had joined the station in autumn 1999.  [[Genevieve Horwood]] was one of the producer/presenters.
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The idea was to report on issues relevent to the female of the species and the first edition included a York police officer being interviewed in the studio.  However, as it was recorded in sections and edited together, it took a long time to produce and only one programme was ever made.
  
 
A similar (although much more light-hearted) idea would later be made in the form of [[Welcome to Venus]].
 
A similar (although much more light-hearted) idea would later be made in the form of [[Welcome to Venus]].

Latest revision as of 21:01, 10 June 2007

The Pill
Pill-logo.jpg
Genre: Factual
Broadcast: 2000
Producer(s): Genevieve Horwood

The Pill was a factual programme made by an all-female production team assembled by Peter Bowles from the many freshers who had joined the station in autumn 1999. Genevieve Horwood was one of the producer/presenters.

The idea was to report on issues relevent to the female of the species and the first edition included a York police officer being interviewed in the studio. However, as it was recorded in sections and edited together, it took a long time to produce and only one programme was ever made.

A similar (although much more light-hearted) idea would later be made in the form of Welcome to Venus.


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