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The Richard Dimbleby Lecture: Garret FitzGerald

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Garret FitzGerald, TD, former Taoiseach (Prime Minister) of Ireland, gives the tenth in this annual series of lectures before an invited audience at the Royal Society of Arts in London.

Tonight Garret FitzGerald examines one of the most intractable political dilemmas of our time-the Irish problem, or, perhaps more accurately, the Irish-British problem. He traces the complex senses of identity which lie behind the two traditions in Ireland. He asks how political structures can be devised in Ireland and between Ireland and Britain, to express and safeguard these identities. And he offers challenging and positive proposals for an evolution towards a new Ireland. Introduced by George Howard
Chairman of the BBC
Director
PETER MORPURGO Producer
EDWARD MIRZOEFF
(An edited version of this lecture will be printed in THE LISTENER dated 27 May)

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Introduced By: George Howard
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Unknown: Edward Mirzoeff

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The Richard Dimbleby Lecture: Garret FitzGerald

BBC One London, 20 May 1982 21.25






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