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Race

Synopsis

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A series of three programmes 2: A Question of Numbers?
How did Britain come to have one and three-quarter million non-whites - mostly from the West Indies, India and Pakistan, together with their children born here? Was this influx planned, or were these immigrants acquired 'in a fit of absentmindedness'? and how far was public opinion taken into account? Robert Mc Kenzie traces the history of British attitudes to immigration with Lord Gordon-Walker, David Steel Roy Hattersley , Enoch Powell and others involved in race relations over the past 25 years.
Charles Wheeler discusses the future trends with William Brass , Professor of Demography.
Presented by CHARLES WHEELER
Producer ELIZABETH SMITH Editor JOHN DEKKER

Contributors

Unknown: Robert Mc Kenzie
Unknown: David Steel
Unknown: Roy Hattersley
Unknown: Enoch Powell
Unknown: Charles Wheeler
Unknown: William Brass
Presented By: Charles Wheeler
Producer: Elizabeth Smith
Editor: John Dekker

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