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  1. Berlin Wall breached (1989)

    Genre
    Interview; News bulletin; News report; Vox pop

    The midday news presented by Martin Young. News bulletin on the breaching of the Berlin Wall between East and West Germany. The newsreader is Natalie Anglesey. Includes eyewitness reports by Catherine Field;...

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  2. Miners rally at Westminster (1992)

    Genre
    News report; Speech

    Simon Israel reports from Westminster on a mass rally attended by hundreds of miners as Parliament debates the future of coal pits. The Government has backed down on its plan to close 31 pits but British...

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  3. Two decades of student politics (1985)

    Genre
    Feature

    Two Decades of Student Politics, presented by Clive Bull and the student report team. A look back at student protest and politics from the 1960s to the 1980s. Includes recordings of student protests and...

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  4. Keith White killed by plastic bullet (1986)

    Genre
    News report; Speech

    Report on a 20-minute industrial stoppage across Northern Ireland in protest at the death of Keith White, a 20 year-old Protestant killed by a police plastic bullet during demonstrations in Portadown on...

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  5. Conservative coup aimed to oust Euro-rebels (1993)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on the coup by Prime Minister John Major supporters to end the right-wing dominance on the executive of the influential 1922 Committee of backbench Conservative MPs, which fizzled into oblivion last...

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  6. Unionist day of action in Northern Ireland (1981)

    Genre
    Interview; News report; Press conference; Speech

    Report on events leading up to the unionist day of action in Northern Ireland today including loyalist talks and forming of a third force. Speaking are: DUP deputy leader, MP for East Belfast Peter Robinson;...

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  7. Jimmy Carter blames Cuba and Angola for massacres in Zaire (1978)

    Genre
    News bulletin; News report; Speech

    News bulletin comprised of four items. Jimmy Carter blames Cuba and Angola for massacres in Zaire. Charles Madigan reports from Moscow on attempts by the Americans to introduce the game of golf to the Soviet...

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  8. Review of UK defence year (1983)

    Genre
    News report; Press conference

    Part 1 of a report on the British defence year in 1983 as the year draws to a close, on nuclear weapons. The introduction of Cruise nuclear missiles coincided with the 40th anniversary of the Dambusters...

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  9. Ian Paisley on Dublin summit and hunger strikes (1980)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Democratic Unionist leader Reverend Ian Paisley, after the announcement by Northern Ireland Secretary Humphrey Atkins about the end of the republican hunger strike at the Maze Prison in...

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  10. Crass Falklands protest attacked (1982)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Dickie Arbiter reports on the attempted prosecution of the punk rock group Crass, by Tim Eggar, Conservative MP, following the release of their new anti-Falklands War single, How Does It Feel To Be The...

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