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Woman to Woman (talk show)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Woman to Woman (1983) is an American nationally-syndicated female-oriented television talk show that was hosted by Pat Mitchell from Hour Magazine. Woman to Woman featured one topic each day. It was recorded in front of an all-female audience.

A unique[citation needed] feature of the show's syndication was the fact that it was available to stations in both an hour- and half-hour-long format.

Critic John J. O'Connor called the series "certainly a step in the right direction for daytime commercial television", and said, "Much of this is, by now, hardly earth-shattering in terms of being new, but it is being handled with intelligence."[1] In 1984 it won the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Talk Show.[2]

References

  1. ^ O'Connor, John J. (September 15, 1983). "TV: New 'Woman to Woman' Series". The New York Times. p. C28.
  2. ^ "Daytime Emmys awarded". United Press International. June 28, 1984.

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