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Introduced by Lewis Wolpert The Man-Eating Myth
Were our ancestors man-eaters? Or was it only savages from far-off countries who indulged in cannibalism?
American anthropologist Bill Arens argues for a more charitable view of our neighbours and forebears, and looks at the evidence from caves from Cheddar
Gorge to Papua New Guinea. Birth Rights
Should a pregnant woman be forced into an operation if doctors think her foetus is in danger? Should she be imprisoned to prevent behaviour that might harm her unborn child?
English barrister Elizabeth Woodcraft travels to the United States to meet the protagonists in legal cases where the long arm of the law has reached into the womb.
Executive producer DAVID PATERSON Series producer JANA BENNETT (R) revised


Introduced By: Lewis Wolpert
Unknown: Bill Arens
Unknown: Elizabeth Woodcraft
Producer: David Paterson
Producer: Jana Bennett

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