Other videos about the same event can be found via Youtube search STLChessClub query=cairns.
See the 'Gender Lines' post for a clickable link. One of the videos focuses on the early events in the Women's World Championship.
2019 Cairns Cup: Women's World Championship History (9:17) 'Published on Feb 7, 2019'
The description says,
Before the 2019 Cairns Cup, Grandmaster Yasser Seirawan and WGM Jennifer Shahade discuss the great women's world chess champions and how World War II changed the course of the game forever.
The video starts with WGM Shahade saying,
[Vera Menchik] won the first Women's World Championship in 1927 in London, went on to win eight titles.
Since that statement is somewhat ambiguous, I checked my page on the World Chess Championship for Women, and counted the number of Menchik titles. I found seven tournaments and two matches, a total of nine titles.
One of the comments to the video said, 'This deserves more views.' Yes, it does. So does The Life and Chess of Vera Menchik by Lucas Anderson, also on Youtube.