THEY SAID WHAT?
"Anyone who says there aren't roles for women of a certain age are wrong, as long as they write them themselves" TV's Sue Perkins at the Bafta Awards "There was a school debating society which I spoke at on many, many issues, including a debate to get rid of fox hunting in the middle of a fox hunting area. I didn't get a lot of support for my proposal" Jeremy Corbyn on the Shropshire grammar school he attended "Two of the best roles I have ever had have happened in my late 40s - so I can't complain at a time when most actresses are disappearing and becoming invisible, I am becoming visible" Actress Sarah Lancashire, below, saying it is too early to celebrate gender equality in the TV industry "It was one thing for me, a former politician, to become for a short period of time a TV star, it was quite another thing for the American people to elect a reality TV star as president of the US" Ex-Labour MP and Strictly star Ed Balls "Swan geese are able to fly far and safely through winds and storms because they move in flocks and help each other as a team. The message is: the best way to meet challenges and achieve better development is through co-operation" Chinese president Xi Jinping "I'm afraid in my household my husband does all the cooking and most of the domestic tasks. I get on with the girl job of running the country" Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's First Minister, mocks the Prime Minister over her "girl jobs and boy jobs" in the household WRITE Letters Editor Media Wales Ltd, Six Park Street, Cardiff CF10 1XR e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org NOTE please include your name and address for publication and a daytime telephone number