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For Better or for Worse by ANNE KELLEHER
Are you faithful? In Britain seven out often husbands and wives are unfaithful at some time in their married lives.
One in three marriages ends in divorce. The marriage 'ideals', set down by St Thomas Aquinas, a 13th-century celibate, seem somehow out of touch with the realities of the modem world.
Isn't it time to consider alternative contracts for marriage? argues
Anne Kelleher , a philosopher and writer who married five years ago. Anne meets couples struggling with their marriage vows and ones who have made up their own.
Executive producer DAVID PEARSON Producer RON JOHNSTON Director STEVE POOLE
A WESTBOURNE FILM production for BBCtv


Unknown: Anne Kelleher
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Unknown: Anne Kelleher
Editor: Beryl Wilkins
Editor: Research Julie Simmons
Producer: David Pearson
Producer: Ron Johnston
Director: Steve Poole

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