One weekend three groups met in the country. They were:
Working-class children from Liverpool
Members of a commune and youth workers at Formby Hall A documentary camera crew
JEREMY SEABROOK watched the fascinating outcome.
Producer COLIN THOMAS (from Bristol)
A thriller in three parts starring Peter Barkworth , Joanna Dunham A confession of murder in a suicide note should be conclusive....
Producer GERARD glaister Director MICHAEL Ferguson
Det-Sgt Harry Kennedy:
Tom Reams ANTHONY:
The Total Seduction
(Die totale Verfiihrung)
World War II in Europe ended more than 25 years ago. Yet the nightmare of the Nazi regime remains a memory of horror to people both inside Germany and in the world outside.
How could it all have happened? Why were the German people loyal to Adolf Hitler - the man who led them to war, mass murder and destruction? How did he win the large majority of the German people over to his cause? Tonight's film, made by a German television team for German audiences, tries to answer those questions.
Introduced by DEREK HART
Presented and produced by FRIEDRICH KRUMMACHER (ZDF Mainz) Producer for the BBC PETER HILL Programme editor RONNIE NOBLE
(The making of a non'Nazi: see page 3)
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