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Women on the Line has been running since 1986.

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Dive into the personal collection of wildly popular TV presenter Rosemary Eather, now held by the NFSA.

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Rosemary Eather lecturing in astronomy to a group of children in the planetarium at the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, March 1967. 

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This collection brings together stories of some of the women who contributed to Australian television production from the 1950s to the 1980s.

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Rosemary Eather, the host of TEN’s Good Morning With Rosemary, wore this improvised spacesuit, fashioned from a sparkling gold suit and a fish bowl from the props department, to mark the

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In 1963 Rosemary Eather was working as a science and geography teacher in Sydney when she began working at TNQ7 Townsville as their second hostess, after Glenice Hodges.

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Compere of No Man's Land, Mickie de Stoop at GTV9 studios in 1975. 

No Man's Land was a daytime current affairs program produced and presented ‘by women for women’.

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Excerpt from a 1976 episode of No Man’s Land, hosted by Mickie De Stoop.

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Excerpt from an Australia Council for the Arts interview with Jean Battersby in 1992.

In this clip she explains how she came to work in television.

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Jean Battersby was an early Melbourne compere of the ABC’s first daytime television program for women, Woman’s World.