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: News Review

for the deaf and hard of hearing
A look at the news of the week with film from all over the world and a commentary that can be seen as well as heard.

Contributors

Presenter: Michael De Morgan
Translator: Ruth Leeds
Producer: Richard Gamble

: The Death of Kennedy

See panel below and page 9

News Summary: 9.50*-9.55*

Was there more than one assassin?
Or did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone?

Cliff Michelmore and Kenneth Harris lead an enquiry into the mystery and suspicions that continue to surround the murder of President John F. Kennedy

"A growing number of people think that the case should be reopened and the doubts resolved." Walter Lippmam

"That Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone is a matter of reasonable doubt." Life Magazine

"You can raise questions - yes. The test is, can you answer them." Senator Richard Russell, Member of the Warren Commission

"The most insidious schemer in the world could hardly rig the statements of 552 witnesses." Representative Gerald Ford, Member of the Warren Commission

"The case against Oswald as the lone assassin is refuted by the very witnesses upon whom the Commission relied." Mark Lane

In this unprecedented programme, the controversy that persists about the Warren Commission's findings that Lee Harvey Oswald did act alone are examined on film and in the studio, in Dallas, Texas, and in Washington, D.C.
The case for the defence of Lee Harvey Oswald is put by Mark Lane, Lawyer and writer, and features the first showing of "Rush to Judgment", a film by Emil de Antonio and Mark Lane
The case for the Warren Report is put by Counsels to the Warren Commission, Arlen Specter, District Attorney, Philadelphia, and David Belin, Iowa attorney

Assessing the Evidence put forward in this open-ended programme: Lord Devlin,
former Lord of Appeal in Ordinary and Professor Alexander M. Bickel, Chancellor Kent Professor of Law and Legal History at Yale University

Others taking part: Hugh Aynesworth, Dallas journalist, Phil Burleson, Attorney to Jack Ruby

Contributors

Presenter: Cliff Michelmore
Presenter: Kenneth Harris
Speaker: Mark Lane
Speaker: Arlen Specter
Speaker: David Belin
Speaker: Hugh Aynesworth
Speaker: Phil Burleson
Assessor: Lord Devlin
Assessor: Professor Alexander M. Bickel
Designer: Tony Snoaden
Assistant Producer: Peter Pagnamenta
Producer/Director: Richard Francis

: Late Night Line-Up

rounds off the weekend
Criticism, Discussion, Diversion with Denis Tuohy, Michael Dean, Joan Bakewell, Tony Bilbow and tonight's guests.

Contributors

Presenter: Denis Tuohy
Presenter: Michael Dean
Presenter: Joan Bakewell
Presenter: Tony Bilbow








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