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The Sunday Debate

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The Permissive Society Presented by Robin Day Part 1
Has Sexual Permissiveness become a Serious Danger to Society?
Robin Day takes another of today's most important social and moral problems for his second Sunday Debate. Tonight:
The Rt Rev Trevor Huddleston , CR Bishop of Stepney and Dr Margaret White , jp argue that our happiness and wellbeing are seriously endangered by the permissive climate in Britain today.
They are challenged from the centre bench by Rt Hon Jo Grimond , mp, and Dr Wendy Greengross gynaecologist
Putting the radical alternatives will be
John Mortimer , Qc, and Jill Tweedie , author and journalist
Producer DAVID KENNARD
(Radio Times People: page 4. Pilgrim's Way -Trevor Huddleston : 7.30 pm R4)

Contributors

Presented By: Robin Day
Unknown: Trevor Huddleston
Unknown: Dr Margaret White
Unknown: Jo Grimond
Unknown: Dr Wendy Greengross
Unknown: John Mortimer
Unknown: Jill Tweedie
Producer: David Kennard
Unknown: Trevor Huddleston

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