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BBC-2 Showcase


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3.20 Encounter: Are judges the guardians of the nation's morals?
with Lord Devlin
in this programme Lord Devlin discusses with Norman St. John-Stevas, Dick Taverne and Robin Day precisely how far the law should concern itself with the private moral conduct of individuals.
First transmission on June 7

3.50 International Cabaret
[Starring] Roy Castle, The Kessler Twins, Kaye Ballard, The Ted Heath Orchestra, The Heralds
First transmission on May 23


Presenter (Encounter): Lord Devlin
Panellist (Encounter): Norman St. John-Stevas
Panellist (Encounter): Dick Taverne
Panellist (Encounter): Robin Day
Director (Encounter): Christopher Doll
Producer (Encounter): David J. Webster
Entertainer (International Cabaret): Roy Castle
Singers/Dancers (International Cabaret): The Kessler Twins
Performer (International Cabaret): Kaye Ballard
Musicians (International Cabaret): The Ted Heath Orchestra
Musical Director (International Cabaret): Harry Rabinowitz
Singers (International Cabaret): The Heralds
Original lyrics by (International Cabaret): Ross Parker
Staged by (International Cabaret): Tommy Linden
Designer (International Cabaret): Melvyn Cornish
Devised and produced by (International Cabaret): Buddy Bregman

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