aboriginal stolen children

The tragic and triumphant life of surfer pin-up Margaret Dupre

In 1977 a single mum of three left her home in Essex, bound for a new life in Australia. On arrival in Pinjarra, her kids were seized and forced into hard labour on a farm and she was sent to Perth. To survive she became a stripper and later a national pin-up girl. Years later and reunited with her daughter in Los Angeles, Andy Martin hears their heartbreaking story