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The Q.E.2 Arrives in New York

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at the end of her maiden voyage.
Today, the arrival of the Queen Elizabeth 2 in New York will be seen live via the satellite, in collaboration with W.C.B.S.TV, New York.
A great welcome is being prepared for her as she passes the Statue of Liberty and approaches the skyscrapers of Manhattan.
Commentators:
On board, Michael Charlton and Tom Fleming
On shore, Jim Jensen, Jack Whitaker, Leonard Harris
W.C.B.S. Director on shore, Ormand West
BBC Director on board, Antony Craxton
Also on BBC-2

Rowridge, Brighton, Oxford, Peterborough, Manningtree, Cambridge
6.0-6.40 Local News, including highlights of Q.E.2 arrival, and Weather

Contributors

Commentator: Michael Charlton
Commentator: Tom Fleming
Commentator: Jim Jensen
Commentator: Jack Whitaker
Commentator: Leonard Harris
W.C.B.S. Director on shore: Ormand West
BBC Director: Antony Craxton

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The Q.E.2 Arrives in New York

BBC One London, 7 May 1969 18.00






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