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Perspective on The Roast Beef of Old England


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For centuries meat has been an essential part of the British diet, but now an increasing number of people refuse to touch it. Who are they, and what are their reasons?

For Meat-eating: Wray Eastwood, Dr. John Gilbert Davis, William Lawford, Bill Stockwell, John Trapman

Against: Gwen Barker, Dr. Monica Latto, Christopher Miller, Dr. Barbara Moore, Dorothy L. Sidley, Pastor Raymond D. Vine

Interviewers, Elaine Grand, Kenneth Kendall
Introduced by Leonard Maguire.
(to 14.00)


Interviewee (For Meat-eating): Wray Eastwood
Interviewee (For Meat-eating): Dr. John Gilbert Davis
Interviewee (For Meat-eating): William Lawford
Interviewee (For Meat-eating): Bill Stockwell
Interviewee (For Meat-eating): John Trapman
Interviewee (Against): Gwen Barker
Interviewee (Against): Dr. Monica Latto
Interviewee (Against): Christopher Miller
Interviewee (Against): Dr. Barbara Moore
Interviewee (Against): Dorothy L. Sidley
Interviewee (Against): Pastor Raymond D. Vine
Interviewer: Elaine Grand
Interviewer: Kenneth Kendall
Presenter: Leonard Maguire
Research: Jeremy Sandford
Producer: Beryl Radley

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