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  1. Student protests in China (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with an unidentified male student demonstrator in Beijing on the dialogue they want with leaders and the reform they want to see. More than one million people have been demonstrating for democracy...

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  2. Brian Hayes show (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Brian Hayes interviews UK Foreign Secretary, Sir Geoffrey Howe about the student protests in China and the possible changes in political policy in the country. He hopes that the Chinese Government and the...

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  3. China halts CNN coverage (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Vox pop; Speech

    Hannah O’Sullivan reports on restrictions on student political protests in Beijing. The Chinese government has attempted to curb the movement for democracy by declaring martial law and a news blackout this...

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  4. Martial law in Beijing (1989)

    Genre
    News report

    Jonathan Annells reports from Beijing where the political situation has deteriorated rapidly as the government declared martial law. Tougher action against protesting students has been predicted following a...

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  5. Bloodshed in Peking’s Tiananmen Square (1989)

    Genre
    News report

    Bloodshed in Peking’s Tiananmen Square looks to have brought seven weeks of pro-democracy demonstrations to an end. Chinese troops with tanks, machine guns, bayonets and clubs have moved in and at least...

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  6. Jonanthan Annells reports from Tiananmem Square (1989)

    Genre
    News report

    There is a tense but calm atmosphere in the Chinese capital, but there are fears that the fighting could escalate into civil war with troops supporting the students marching on the city. Peking correspondent...

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  7. Duo Duo on Beijing demonstrations (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    The Chinese poet Duo Duo (real name Li Shizheng), speaking through an interpreter after arriving at Heathrow this morning from Peking, talks to Gareth Furby about his experience of the Tiananmen Square...

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  8. Beijing protesters continue defiance of army crackdown (1989)

    Genre
    News report

    Jonathan Annells reports from Peking, where protesters are continuing their defiance of the army crackdown. Latest reports speak of troops opening fire on unarmed cyclists, chanting Animals, animals. There...

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  9. Geoffrey Howe on Tiananmen Square violence (1989)

    Genre
    Interview

    Foreign Secretary Geoffrey Howe gives his reaction to the violent put-down of the Beijing demonstration in which hundreds were killed as tanks and armoured cars entered Tiananmen Square. Interviewer is Simon...

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  10. Chinese students in London call for global strike (1989)

    Genre
    News report; Vox pop

    Chinese students in London are calling a global one-day strike on Wednesday to allow the world to demonstrate its abhorrence of the Beijing massacres to the Chinese Government. The students are also calling...

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