Last updated at 8:24 PM on 29th April 2009
A pioneering feminist has claimed that women's victory in the war against men for equality has actually left many of them 'imprisoned' and 'exhausted'.
The programme will look at why men still dominate the top jobs and look at why men on average earn £369,000 more than women across their career.
Women who choose to stay single are likely to earn more than single men throughout their lives.
The age of 30 is the point at which on average a woman has her first baby. The Government's own statisticians recently also found men are being laid off at more than double the redundancy rate for women.
Last year an academic claimed that many women wanted to raise families rather than pursue careers.
Dr Catherine Hakim said: 'The myth that all or most women would be just as careerist as men, if only they were given the opportunity has been exploded.'
Pizey recently spoke out about the court case which saw her receive an apology and damages over claims made about her in Marr's book.
She took action over claims in the BBC journalist's book for his TV show A History Of Modern Britain which suggested she was a terrorist sympathiser.
Marr had written that Pizzey had been a 'cadet enthusiast' in the Angry Brigade, the militant anarchist group the detonated bombs around 1970's London.
A peace activist and champion of women's rights, she told how she cried on hearing what had been written about her and was never a member of the group.
She took legal action against publishers Macmillan for defamation. Macmillan offered her an unreserved apology and agreed to pay substantial damages and costs.
During her career, which saw her found the first women's refuge in 1971, she has campaigned to liberate women from their abusive husbands.
Pizzey, who has never described herself as a feminist, fell out with many in the women's movement because she did not share many of their views.
The middle-class Christian said many feminists were obsessed with destroying men and marriage and said for many it was like a 'born again' religion.
She has previously claimed women need to stop competing with each other with things like dieting and cosmetic surgery