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Unsworth said that broadcasters including the BBC were now taking steps to address the lack of older women on air, but added that it would take time for the current generation of female journalists to come through as they continued in their careers.

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The BBC had introduced a range of initiatives including the Expert Women programme to help equip female contributors with the skills needed to take part programmes such as live debates. For all other inquiries please call the main Guardian switchboard on Topics Television industry. BBC news.

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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher employed a voice coach to help lower her voice in an attempt to give herself more authority Credit: Getty Images. Cecilia Pemberton at the University of South Australia studied the voices of two groups of Australian women aged 18—25 years.

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