There is little variation in women’s representation across genres. Off-screen, women aregenerally better represented in Current Affairs (55.4%) and Factual programmes (56.9%) andleast well represented in Children’s (49%), Drama (48.6%) and Comedy programmes (48%).On-screen, women are best represented in Children’s programmes and Current Affairs andleast well represented in Factual and Factual Entertainment.

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