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White Smoke: Election of a Pope

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Catholics right across the world mourned when
Pope John Paul II, the third longest-serving pontiff in history, died at the beginning of the month.
But the papal funeral also marks a change of government within the world's largest institution. Reporter Edward Stourton travels to Rome for a revealing documentary that tells the inside story behind the passion and the politics of the secretive election that will result in a new leader being chosen for more than a billion Catholics.
Producer Sarah Macdonald ; Executive producer Farah Durrani Pope John Paul II DVD offer: page 10

Contributors

Reporter: Edward Stourton
Producer: Sarah MacDonald
Producer: Farah Durrani
Unknown: John Paul

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White Smoke: Election of a Pope

BBC Two England, 24 April 2005 18.30






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