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'Woman's Weekly hasn't changed in a century'

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One hundred years since it was founded, Woman's Weekly now sells 340,000 copies a week, compared to two million back in the 1950s. Its editor Diane Kenwood and Dr Clare Rose, a social historian and researcher for the Women's Library, discuss what has made the magazine so iconic.


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