The Treatment of rape in a TV drama


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Episode of Series “State of the Nation Bounds of Freedom”.
Should a television producer show an incident of rape even though it may be disturbing and controversial? Would he regard it as an integral part of the play, or gratuitous titillation? Moderated by Mike Scott.

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