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  1. Hayes on Sunday (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Brian Hayes interviews on law and order. Steve Barrett, Chairman of the Metropolitan Police Federation, argues that there are not enough policemen and that their responsibilities have increased, with more...

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  2. Hayes on Sunday (1978)

    Genre
    Discussion; Interview; Speech

    Brian Hayes talks to Lord Robert Carr about the level of crime and the advantages and disadvantages of prison as a punishment. The American President Jimmy Carter is discussed with Louis Herron of The Times....

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  3. Gilbert Kelland on increase in crime (1978)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Report on the increase in crime and the link between this and the reduction in numbers of police officers foot patrolling the streets. The reporter also questions Gilbert Kelland, Assistant Crime...

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  4. Claire Demuth on stop and search (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Claire Demuth of the Runnymede Trust says that police powers to stop and search (under the so-called Sus or Suss laws) have sometimes been over-used, leading to racial friction between the police and...

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  5. Changes in river policing (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Chief Superintendent Sidney Pleese(?) on changes in London’s River Police. Male interviewer not identified.

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  6. Anti-apartheid movement (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Executive Secretary of the UK Anti Apartheid Movement Mike Terry on the letter of protest handed to the South African ambassador over deaths and torture of detainees whilst in custody of South...

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  7. Notting Hill Carnival - Policing (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Paul Woodley interviews an unidentified male speaker (poss. a police spokesman) who says he is unhappy with the organisation of the 1978 Notting Hill Carnival but that it is only the minority of people at...

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  8. Notting Hill Carnival - Selwyn Baptiste interview (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Committee chairman Selwyn Baptiste says Notting Hill Carnival 1978 was a success despite a low turnout and some violence. He also discusses funding with reference to the Arts Council grant, and the policing...

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  9. Notting Hill Carnival - Louis Chase on violence (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Arts Committee organiser Louis Chase on violence at the 1978 Notting Hill Carnival in west London. Interview conducted by Bob Holness.

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  10. Notting Hill Carnival trouble (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with a male Metropolitan Police spokesman (not identified) on violence at the 1978 Notting Hill Carnival in west London and on policing methods at the event. Male interviewer not identified. Sound...

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