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Childwatch

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
'I was never frightened of walking home alone in the dark, of being raped or mugged. I knew what was waiting for me at home was infinitely worse than that.'
Cruelty to children is always shocking to read about; such a painful idea that it is unthinkable that a child in our own street, our own family, could be suffering now. Tonight the results of a special national poll prove how common this cruelty is, how many forms it takes, how it causes life-long damage.
Presented by Esther Rantzen and Sue Cook , Childwatch is in two parts. This first part looks at how children can best protect themselves from People who might try to hurt them. It also sees the launch of ChildLine - the national free helpline for children in trouble or danger. (Childwatch continues after the Nine O'clock News)
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Presented By: Esther Rantzen
Presented By: Sue Cook

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