from Pebble Mill
'Marriage is a great institution - but who wants to sper.d their lite in an ' institution '? So sa pome of the students from Small Heath School and Community Centre in Birmingham, who tonight discuss the subject in the Pebble Mill studios with special guests, and chairrr.an Adrian Love. They question the role that religion plays in marriage, and the traditional vifw that makes man the breadwinner and woman the homemaker. They also ask wnat right some par ents have to arrange marriages on behalf of th.ir children, and challenge the idea that relationships between the sexes should be guided by the idea of ' one man and one woman for life
Producers DAVID WINTER and SUE DAVIES
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