When Gráinne Seoige began working on her latest project, Meanapás: Meon Nua, a documentary for TG4 about the menopause, she found it difficult to even say the word. Like many of the women she talked to for the programme, speaking out about the experience felt in some way shameful.

Particularly, when you’re a woman in the media, where your looks are constantly being analysed, and how you’re standing up to the test of time,” she says.

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