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Cliff Michelmore travels to
Mirfield in Yorkshire to meet Archbishop
Trevor Huddleston. Sent to South Africa in 1943 by the monastic order to which he belongs,
Archbishop Huddleston soon became the Church's most outspoken opponent of apartheid and for the past seven years has been President of the Anti-
Apartheid Movement: 'I want apartheid dead before I am, and I'm 75 - so they'd better get a move on!' In conversation with Cliff, he looks back on his life and chooses some of his favourite music, including Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring and Love
Divine, sung for him by the CHOIR OF WAKEFIELD
Film director VALETTA STALLABRASS Producers
Series producer STEPHEN WHITTLE


Unknown: Cliff Michelmore
Unknown: Trevor Huddleston.
Unknown: Archbishop Huddleston
Conducted By: Jonathan Bielby.
Unknown: David Kremer.
Producer: Stephen Whittle

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