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Last night, The Secret Policemans Ball was aired on Channel 4, you can watch it again on 4OD.The Secret Policeman’s Ball is the collective name informally used to describe the long-running series of benefit shows staged in England to raise funds for the human rights organisation Amnesty International. This year the Secret Policeman’s Ball took place in the United States for the first time. The one-night show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Sunday March 4 was part of Amnesty’s 50th anniversary commemorations. It was on telly last night on channel 4! Watch it again on 4OD. Read more here: http://www.amnesty.org.uk/podcasts/spb/secret.html# The shows started out in the mid-1970s primarily as comedy galas featuring popular British comedic performers and later expanded to include leading musical performers."Amnesty International has been defending free speech for 50 years, and we need people like you to keep up the good work.
It will cost just £2 a month to make your voice count. The more voices we have, the louder we can shout, the more noise we can make.
Together we can achieve extraordinary results; getting prisoners of conscience released, death sentences commuted and torturers brought to justice.”

Last night, The Secret Policemans Ball was aired on Channel 4, you can watch it again on 4OD.

The Secret Policeman’s Ball is the collective name informally used to describe the long-running series of benefit shows staged in England to raise funds for the human rights organisation Amnesty International. This year the Secret Policeman’s Ball took place in the United States for the first time. The one-night show at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Sunday March 4 was part of Amnesty’s 50th anniversary commemorations. It was on telly last night on channel 4! Watch it again on 4OD.

Read more here: http://www.amnesty.org.uk/podcasts/spb/secret.html#

The shows started out in the mid-1970s primarily as comedy galas featuring popular British comedic performers and later expanded to include leading musical performers.

"Amnesty International has been defending free speech for 50 years, and we need people like you to keep up the good work.

It will cost just £2 a month to make your voice count. The more voices we have, the louder we can shout, the more noise we can make.

Together we can achieve extraordinary results; getting prisoners of conscience released, death sentences commuted and torturers brought to justice.”