Margaret Atwood may be well-known most recently as the author behind the popular (if disturbing) show The Handmaid's Tale, but she has long been universally acclaimed as Canada's greatest living writer. In this edition of the arts documentary, Alan Yentob meets the 77-year-old author in Toronto to discover how a childhood spent between the wilderness and the city helped shape her vision of herself and the world, set alight her imagination and set her forth on a path to literary success.