No Job for a Lady (TV Series 1990–1992)
|1||Who Goes Home? (7 Feb. 1990) |
Jean Price, new MP in the Labour Party, learns the ropes of working in government.
|2||The Maiden Over (14 Feb. 1990) |
With the desire to really accomplish something positive, Jean breaks with tradition in her maiden speech to the House of Commons and then faces the consequences.
|3||There Should Be a Law Against It (21 Feb. 1990) |
Jean learns there are many ways to bring a bill before the House--and many ways for Parliament to stand in the way of progress.
|4||Questions, Questions! (28 Feb. 1990) |
While trying to confirm that nuclear waste is being transported through her constiuency, Jean confronts a series of dead ends.
|5||A Member of the Committee (7 Mar. 1990) |
After joining a Parliamentary committee, Jean learns valuable lessons about double-crossing and the power of the press.
|6||Take a Copy (14 Mar. 1990) |
Jean gets into trouble when she uses a confidential document to counter an opposition member's proposals for health-care reform.