RefNoSY425/A/8302/2
TitleTape 2
DescriptionBand 1. Crucible Theatre. Debate on the play 'One Reputedly Glamourous Woman' between playwright, actress and daughter of Ruth Ellis, subject of play. Views on capital punishment.

Band 2. Capital Punishment. Debate between Chairman of Campaign for Law and Order and Deputy Leader of Sheffield City Council, Rev. Alan Billings. Relates to play at Crucible Theatre about Ruth Ellis. Chairman of Campaign for Law and Order wants penalty restored for deliberate murder. Alan Billings Cllr. does not believe in deterrent effect of hanging, problems when verdict is wrong, view of the Bible. Phone-in views of listeners.

Band 2. NUM. Interview with Arthur Scargill on the confirmation that NUM is to move it's headquarters to Sheffield. Outlines advantages of the move both to NUM and to the people of South Yorkshire.
DateFeb 1983
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