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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
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Contributors

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

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