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BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

The cut and thrust of one of radio's most popular programmes transfers to television with the panel of interrogators cross-examining witnesses and subjectingthem to rigorous intellectual assault in front of the camera. Michael Buerk is in the chair each week as the team sinks its teeth into another topical dilemma. See today's choices. Direct orSteve Smith; Producer David Coomes
......................................................999652 * And the moral of the story is ... see page 30
BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

Surveying the minefield of contemporary ethical issues, this programme asks how people learn moral values.
Does an absolute morality still make sense in a secular society and how far does personal experience determine the choices we make? In a special television edition of the Radio 4 programme, Michael Buerk , Janet Daley , Edward Pearce ,
Dr David Starkey and Rabbi Hugo Gryn look at the problems and cross-examine expert witnesses. Producer David Coomes Stereo
BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

One of radio's most popular programmes continues its first series on television, with the panel of interrogators cross-examining witnesses in front of the camera.
Michael Buerk is in the chair as the team tackles anothertopical dilemma. Director Steve Smith ; Producer David Coomes
BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

One of radio's most popular programmes continues its first series on television, with the panel of interrogators cross-examining witnesses in front of the camera.
Michael Buerk is in the chairasthe team tackles anothertopical dilemma. Director Steve Smith ; Producer David Coomes
Stereo....................................231095
BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

One of radio's most popular programmes continues its first series bn television, with the panel of interrogators cross-examining witnesses in front of the camera.
Michael Buerk is in the chairas the team tackles anothertopical dilemma. DirectorSteve Smith; Producer David Coomes
BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

One of radio's most popular programmes ends its first series on television, with the panel of interrogators cross-examining witnesses in front of the camera.
Michael Buerk is in the chair as the team tackles anothertopical dilemma. Director Steve Smith ; Producer David Coomes
BBC Two England

The Moral Maze

One of radio's most popular programmes transfers to television, with Michael Buerk in the chairasthe team tackles anothertopical dilemma. Director Steve Smith ; Producer David Coomes
Stereo ............................................903765






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