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Did you See... ?


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The television review presented by Ludovic Kennedy who discusses Don Cupitt 's The Sea of Faith (BBC2), the drama series Freud (BBC2) and the word game Child's Play (LWT) with Peter Montagnon , television director, former nun and broadcaster Karen Armstrong and television presenter and comedian Bob Monkhouse. Plus a look at whether the current pessimism about the future of British cable television is justified, with contributions from
Sir Denis Forman , Chairman of Granada TV and Richard Wolfe of Thorn EMI.
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Presented By: Ludovic Kennedy
Unknown: Don Cupitt
Unknown: Peter Montagnon
Unknown: Karen Armstrong
Unknown: Bob Monkhouse.
Unknown: Sir Denis Forman
Unknown: Richard Wolfe
Unknown: Henrietta Gilpin
Unknown: Beth Holgate
Unknown: Nicholas Shakespeare
Director: Kevin Loader
Producer: John Archer

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