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  1. Clockwork orange covert operation (1990)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Havovi Todd reports on an alleged covert British security services project, codenamed Clockwork Orange, in Northern Ireland in the 1970s. Interviews with Merlyn Rees, former Home Secretary; Tam Dalyell MP;...

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  2. Prime Minister’s Question Time (1982)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate

    Report on a relatively peaceful Prime Minister’s Question Time that focused on Northern Ireland, the Falklands War, and the health services situation. With contributions from Ulster Unionist, Enoch Powell;...

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  3. INF treaty and BBC censorship debated in Parliament (1987)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate; Speech

    Report on proceedings in Parliament. Includes speeches by Lord Callaghan (his maiden Lords speech) and Lord Pym on INF (Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces) summit and treaty on nuclear disarmament between USA...

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  4. MPs opinion on future action following air strikes on Iraq (1993)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    Political correspondent Kevin Murphy reports on MP opinion on future dealings with Saddam Hussein following the coalition air strikes on southern Iraq and prior to a special debate on Iraq in the Commons....

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  5. SAS operations questioned (1988)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate

    Kevin Murphy reports on a lively Prime Minister’s Question Time in the House of Commons. Labour MP Ken Livingstone uses the protection of parliamentary privilege to name two SAS officers (bleeped out here)...

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  6. Hayes at the weekend (1977)

    Genre
    Discussion; Interview; Music

    Brian Hayes looks back at his shows of the week where he talked to: Shirley Williams, Secretary of State for Education on areas that need attention in education system, comprehensive schools and government...

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  7. Decision makers (1982)

    Genre
    Documentary; Interview; Parliamentary debate; Speech

    Decision Makers: Falklands Crisis, presented by Judith Dawson. Documentary on the Falklands War in 1982. Interviews and speeches: Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister; John Nott, Defence Secretary; Tony Benn...

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  8. Parliamentary debate on energy bill, Nazi prosecution and Westland scandal (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate; Speech

    Peter Spencer reports from Westminster, prior to a Cabinet reshuffle, on a debate on the privatisation of the electricity industry amid revelations ageing Magnox nuclear power stations are to remain under...

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  9. Westland affair - New allegations of cover-up (1986)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate

    The Government has promised a full and robust statement on new allegations about Trade Secretary Leon Brittan’s role in the Westland affair. Brittan’s head of press information, Miss Colette Bow, is...

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  10. Argentine invasion of Falklands (1982)

    Genre
    Speech; Parliamentary debate

    Actuality of the special House of Commons debate on Saturday, 3 April 1982 on the invasion of the Falkland Islands by Argentina yesterday. Includes speech by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher on the invasion,...

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