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Donald MacCormick’s Yearbook 1995, Part 2

Title
Donald MacCormick’s Yearbook 1995, Part 2
Genre
Interview; Discussion; Special
TX Date
24 Dec 1995
Year of production
1995
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Duration
00:46:36
Description
Part two of Donald MacCormick’s Yearbook 1995 on News 97.3 looks back on the interviews and discussions on the programmes since June. With Chris Richards, a father who claims TV violence caused his son to commit crime, and Dr David Morrison, whose research indicates that TV violence has no effect in real life; television producer Greg Dyke on his consortium winning the Channel 5 bid, programmes planned, projected audience and the Independent Television Commission quality threshold; Heather Rabbatts, Chief Executive of Lambeth Council, and headhunter Eve Newbold on women climbing the corporate ladder and need for more flexible working; Quentin Crisp, Dr David Weeks and Lord (David) Sutch on British tolerance of eccentricities; Falcon Nemon Stuart, son of sculptor Oscar Nemon, and art critic Brian Sewell on a proposed forty foot bust of Winston Churchill as part of the Millennium project; Robin Davis chooses a wine for the Christmas celebrations and Sadie Nine tries it; journalist Jeffrey Bernard on changes to Sunday drinking laws; Whitbread taking over a fitness company owned by former tennis player David Lloyd; Nigel Lawson’s book on his diet. Producer Simon Hobbs.
Contributors
David Sutch; David Weeks; Brian Sewell; Greg Dyke; Simon Hobbs; Donald MacCormick; Chris Richards; David Morrison; Heather Rabbatts; Eve Newbold; Quentin Crisp; Robin Davis; Jeffrey Bernard; Sadie Nine; Oscar Nemon; Falcon Nemon Stuart
Keywords
Legislation; Crime; Working conditions; Violence; Women; Equal opportunity; Television programmes; Weight reduction diet; Wine; Television stations; Channel 5; Millennium projects; National lotteries; ITC; Sculpture; Whitbread; David Lloyd; Sir Winston Churchill (1874-1965); Oscar Nemon

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