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An Ever Closer Union


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Thirty years ago the Treaty of Rome 'determined to lay the foundations of an ever closer union among the peoples of Europe'. This series offers a perspective on the European Community today through portraits of Britain's fellow members.
2: Spain -A Change of Climate Spain is perhaps the European country which has changed most in the last two decades. But the incredible pace of change has resulted in a society of contrasts and contradictions where the modem lives side by side with the deep-rooted and traditional. In this programme Jeremy Harris explains the reality of modern Spain by talking to Spaniards from all walks of life - from the landless olive-pickers of the impoverished south to the Socialist Prime Minister,
Felipe Gonzalez , as well as to the King of All the Spaniards, Juan Carlos.
Producer MARIFI cmcoTE


Unknown: Jeremy Harris
Unknown: Felipe Gonzalez
Unknown: Juan Carlos.

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