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One Pair of Eyes One Man's Freedom

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
... is the theme examined by Anthony Grey in this series of highly personal films.
Anthony Grey was the Reuter correspondent in Peking at the height of China's Cultural Revolution. He was arrested by the Chinese Government, as a political hostage, and held prisoner for 806 days.
' Two years of solitary confinement in China might seem to be a destructive and negative experience. Now perhaps the elusive positive aspects are becoming clearer in my mind. Undoubtedly my views of what is important in life have been radically affected by what happened to me.'
In this film ANTHONY GREY draws on his experience of Peking, and an earlier assignment in Berlin, to explore what it means to be a free individual; and discusses with a number of people, among them Michael Stewart , Ml', and Arthur Koestler , some of the political and social forces that can put an individual's freedom at risk.
Producer MALCOLM BROWN Director ALAN BELL
(' I learned what really matters ': pp 6-7)

Contributors

Unknown: Anthony Grey
Unknown: Anthony Grey
Unknown: Michael Stewart
Unknown: Arthur Koestler
Producer: Malcolm Brown
Director: Alan Bell

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One Pair of Eyes One Man's Freedom

BBC Two England, 26 June 1971 21.55






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