No Job for a Lady (TV Series 1990–1992)
|1||Hawks & Doves (6 Jan. 1992) |
Taking a stand on national defense, Jean withholds the portion of her income tax designed for nuclear weapons.
|2||A Bed for the Night (13 Jan. 1992) |
In order to draw attention to the plight of the homeless, Jean encourages her fellow MPs to join her in a sleep-out on the chilly Thames embankment.
|3||Sugar & Spice (20 Jan. 1992) |
Drawn into a battle over a child custody case, Jean questions her assumptions about manly and womanly behavior.
|4||I'd Like to See You Do It (27 Jan. 1992) |
A vote to raise salaries in Parliament leads to a contest between Jean and a wealthy opposition member.
|5||What Care? What Compensation? (3 Feb. 1992) |
When constituents ask Jean for help with dire medical problems, she gets social services to act, but the results are not what she expected.
|6||Lobby Terms (10 Feb. 1992) |
Disturbed by leaks and rumors, Jean challenges the traditional lobby system of issuing statements to the press.