Hayes on Sunday

Hayes on Sunday
Interview; Talk show; Phone-in
TX Date
30 Sep 1979
Year of production
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Brian Hayes revisits the week’s shows and interviews with guests: David Zamchiya, Minister of Health and legal adviser, about the Salisbury government’s view of the Lancaster House Conference on Rhodesia Zimbabwe (now at the end of its third week); Tony Benn, who defends himself against criticism by caller Lily on the grounds of mass media image manipulation; behavioural therapist Robert Sharpe, about the use of psychology to persuade; journalist Hans Knoop, who exposed the war crimes of Dutch art dealer Peter Menten; David Halberstam, about the power of the mass media in the USA, and the turning point of reporting in the Vietnam War.
Brian Hayes; Tony Benn; Robert Sharpe; David Zamchiya; Hans Knoop; David Halberstam
USA; Interethnic relations; Journalism; Press; Conferences; Freedom of the press; War crimes; Political reform; Zimbabwe; Rhodesia; Mass media; Lancaster House Conference; Peter Menten; Psychology; Vietnam War (1945-1975); Tony Benn; Black African peoples; Democratization; Art dealers

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