Monday September 21, 2020

TV Review: Bawds, brothels and the politics of sex

Harlots is a rambunctious yet comic series that portrays the often chaotic lives of 18th-century sex workers without bolting on modern social attitudes to the mores of the time

9th August, 2020
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Samantha Morton, centre, plays an upwardly mobile brothel keeper in Harlots. Photo: Robert Viglasky

Harlots BBC Two

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