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The Rise and Fall of C.N.D.

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
What has been the political significance of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament? Did the movement influence Labour Party policies? Were the strategic arguments significant? Does the Campaign have a future?
Ivan Yates presents the views of Pat Arrowsmith, Alastair Buchan, Canon Collins, Christopher Driver, Stuart Hall, Kingsley Martin, Christopher Mayhew, M.P.,
Bertrand Russell, Nicolas Walter, Professor K. W. Wedderburn and recordings from the BBC Sound Archives
Revised version of the programme first broadcast on May 25, 1966 (Third)
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Contributors

Presenter: Ivan Yates
Speaker: Pat Arrowsmith
Speaker: Alastair Buchan
Speaker: Canon Collins
Speaker: Christopher Driver
Speaker: Stuart Hall
Speaker: Kingsley Martin
Speaker: Christopher Mayhew, M.P.
Speaker: Bertrand Russell
Speaker: Nicolas Walter
Speaker: Professor K. W. Wedderburn
Producer: Anthony Moncrieff

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The Rise and Fall of C.N.D.

BBC Home Service Basic, 16 March 1967 20.30






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