Women are making significantly fewer contributions as Directors (26% of contributions),Writers (33.4%), Producer Directors (39.2%), and Executive Producers (40.8%). In all theseroles, they are represented below the UK workforce rate of 47%. However, women stilldominate the role of Head of Production (81.1% of contributions) and are still stronglyrepresented as Commissioning Editors (59.8%).

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