Any Woman Can

Aired weekday afternoons from October 1974 to September, 1975.


This half-hour program was a do-it-yourself home repairs show. It was directed at working class homemakers with simple demonstrations and ideas for home improvements.


Monica Parker hosted the program and carried out the required work to the best of her ability. She repaired small machines, such as a vacuum cleaner, and hung wallpaper in a real house. Considering the dozens of similar shows on television now, this show was a little ahead of its time and often repeated on the network.
The show was produced by Kay and Ken Benko, owners of a furniture business.

Written by John Corcelli - August, 2005