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My hero: Joan Bakewell by Kirsty Wark

21 March 2014 5:08 PM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Joan was, and still is, a role model – a sassy, bright young woman who looked so incredibly modern and relaxed on television

I have a very clear memory of watching Joan Bakewell (pictured with Harold Pinter) on Late Night Line-Up. The programme ran during my formative teenage years and even now when, preparing to write this article, I listen to the opening theme tune it takes me right back to the late 1960s.

When I was 15 it never occurred to me that there might be something unusual about a woman in a prominent role on an unashamedly intellectual and hip programme. Joan was one of two main presenters and every night she explored ideas of literature, drama, poetry – and she was there by right, a sassy, bright young woman who looked so incredibly modern and relaxed on television. She interviewed every big arts and cultural figure on the radar. This »

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