All About Women was a proposed Canadian television series on women's issues which was developed by CBC Television in 1972 but never produced for broadcast. The series was planned as 13 half-hour episodes for broadcast on Thursday nights beginning June 1972. Margot Lane was scheduled to host the series, produced by Diederik D'Ailly.
Knowlton Nash, CBC's head of news and public affairs, expressed concerns that the series gave excessive emphasis on sexuality, noting the subject material discussed by scheduled guests which included pornographic actors and people with various sexual orientations. On June 2nd 1972, he cancelled the series prior to its June 29th debut. A year later, the CBC completed production and airing of a new women's issues series, Ms!, featuring Lane as host.
An interview show for women, containing frank discussion about a variety of interesting topics, some controversial. Xaviera Hollander, ex-prostitute and author of The Happy Hooker, talks about sex and prostitution, and about her experience with men. She is criticized by actor Nehemiah Persoff. Hollander says that American talk shows are afraid to have her on because of her uninhibited language.