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After eight Sunday

After eight Sunday
TX Date
20 Apr 1980
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Mike Hopwood presents this edition of After Eight Sunday about the ethics of the use of money, weapons, technology and communications in the modern world from a Christian viewpoint. Includes studio discussion with: London economist and consultant to the Centre for Policy Studies, Simon Webley; and trainee missionary priests Tony Chantrin(?), John Heamer(?) and Steve McGarry(?). Clips played throughout from the Food for Thought album - an audio montage of news reports, speeches and interviews set to music - Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher features in one of these pieces. In 2 parts.
Margaret Thatcher; Mike Hopwood; Steve McGarry(?); Simon Webley; Tony Chantrin(?); John Heamer(?)
Technology; Money; Social problems; Religion; Unemployment; Clergy; Church; Weapons; Economic systems; Christianity; Economic recession; Communism; Developing countries; Cultural identity; Religious belief; Marxism; Moral values; Foreign aid; Religions; Missions; Standard of living; Missionaries; Wealth; Telecommunications; Humanism; Fair trade; Social change; Cultural exchange; Christian ethics; Religious institutions; Missionary work; Value systems; Knowledge; Preaching; Jesus; Communications technology; Technical education; Right to development; Ordained missionaries; Food for thought

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