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Lovelaw in Britain

on BBC Two England

A Public Debate About Private Lives
The Lovelaw films have not presented the British situation, nor have they attempted to draw conclusions about how we should run our love-lives here in Britain. In this concluding programme, a small group of people who have a professional concern in the state of marriage and the family in Britain, meet in a country hotel to make some suggestions as to what should be done. Dr Anthony Clare chairs a discussion between: Ken Livingstone , former leader of the GLC,
Hugh Monteflore , Bishop of Birmingham, Germaine Greer , writer,
Peter Bruinvels , MP, Sue Slipman , director, National Council for One-Parent Families,
Iris Burton , former editor of Woman's Own, now editor of Prima, Valerie Riches , director, Family and Youth Concern, David Clark , director, Scottish Marriage Guidance Council, and Malcolm Wicks , director,
Family Policy Studies Centre Series producer WILLIAM NICHOLSON Producer MUKTI JAIN


Dr Anthony Clare
Ken Livingstone
Hugh Monteflore
Germaine Greer
Peter Bruinvels
Sue Slipman
Iris Burton
Valerie Riches
David Clark
Malcolm Wicks
William Nicholson

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