Ten programmes about the relationship between international trade and finance and international power politics
6: ' We chose world power'
Throughout the 1950s Britain continued to act on the assumption that she was a world power. What effect did this have on her economic policies?
Introduced by Roger Opie
Directed by DAVID HARGREAVES
Produced by HOWARD SMITH
First shown on BBC-1
Black History: Lost, Stolen or Strayed
The first American to reach the South Pole was a black man, and the first American to perform open-heart surgery was also a black man.
These strayed facts of American history come to light in this documentary in which Bill Cosby, the actor and comedian, examines Negro history and America's attitude to the Negro. This includes an ironic look at the Hollywood treatment of black actors.
Associate producer, WARDELL GAYNOR Executive producer, PERRY WOLFF
A CBS News film
Elena et les Hommes starring
Photography by Claude Renoir Screenplay by Jean Renoir and Jean Serge
Directed by Jean Renoir
Produced by Louis Wipf
An emigre Polish princess tires of inspiring and influencing the famous and sets off in pursuit of an ideal partner.
Henri de Chevincourt:
For centuries waves of history have broken on the shores of Cyprus, where three continents meet
A film produced by Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation with narration by Leo Genn and music by Mikis Theodorakis
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