A Woman of the outback

Australia, 1990

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Episode number 2 of Series “A Day in the Life of a Woman”.
Robyn Ingram lives and works with her husband and two small children on an isolated sheep station 200km. from the nearest town, Wentworth in N.S.W. The program observes Robyn at work on the farm, as teacher to her small children and on brief visits to friends on a neighbouring farm and in the city, and speculates on the pluses and minuses of such an isolated life. Introduced by Franca Arena.

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