Current affairs programme featuring reports on why people are choosing to emigrate from Northern Ireland and the building of a tunnel through the Swiss Alps. Show more
Current affairs programme, featuring a report on the difficulties of inter-faith "mixed marriage" between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland. Show more
Current affairs programme, including reports on the situation of private coal mines in Britain during the miners strike and the candidates in the race for the American presidency. Show more
As part of a series of programmes marking the 40th anniversary of the devaluation of the pound, Cliff Michelmore presents the BBC current affairs flagship. From 20 November 1967.
Marking the 40th anniversary of devaluation, the BBC current affairs flagship interviews James Callaghan MP and Roy Jenkins MP. From 29 November 1967. Show more
The BBC current affairs flagship examines the government's announcement of public spending reductions. They ask, is it death by a thousand cuts? From 16 January 1968. Show more
Marking the 40th anniversary of the devaluation of the pound, Cliff Michelmore presents the BBC current affairs flagship's examination of the 1968 Budget. From 19 March 1968. Show more
Documentary looking at Wilson's shadow cabinet in their first year of opposition following their election defeat at the 1970 general election, from 16 June 1971.
The BBC's 24 Hours reports on the state of rail on 29 March 1971. Engine drivers threaten work-to-rule and the Government attempts to make British Rail self-supporting. Show more
The latest news and on-the-spot reports.Featuring the 10th Aniversary of the night the Beatles first appeared at the Cavern club. ( 1971) Show more
Fyfe Robertson pays a visit to Cwm Gwaun in Pembrokeshire, which celebrates New Year two weeks later than everywhere else. (1966) Show more
First transmitted in 1966, 24 Hours looks at the assassination of the prime minister of South Africa, Hendrik Verwoerd. Show more
David Dimbleby presents a discussion on the setting up of a tribunal under the Lord Chief Justice to investigate the events of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry. Show more
Michael Barratt introduces reports on immigration and the People's Democracy in Northern Ireland. Also includes interviews concerning industrial relations, the Barrow strike and Asians in Kenya. Show more
Bernard Falk reports on attempts by the Northern Ireland Government to encourage British holidaymakers to visit the country - and their plans for an exhibition, Ulster '71. Show more
Bernard Falk reports on pig smuggling in Northern Ireland and Linda Blandford interviews Freddie, the former king of Buganda. Show more
Max Hastings reports on the reaction of people in Northern Ireland to the introduction of internment. Show more
David Lomax reports from Barrow of Furness on the continuing strike in the shipyard. Fyfe Robertson reports from the Bogside area of Londonderry and interviews local civil rights leader John Hume.
Max Hastings reports from Belfast on a typical morning in the city, in the aftermath of the introduction of internment. Show more
Current affairs programme, includes a report on the expansion and doubling in size of the Ulster Defence Regiment in Northern Ireland. Show more