At The Shoulder Of History

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19971117]

The first of five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. John Miller talks to Bruce Boeglin , a veteran interpreter for the UN who became caught up in the Bosnian conflict. Producer Mark Burman Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971117]

Talks: John Miller

Unknown: Bruce Boeglin

Producer: Mark Burman

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971208]

Five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. 4: John Miller talks to Irina Kirillova , who was at the centre of events from the start of the Cold War to glasnost.

Producer Fiona Couper Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971208]

Talks: John Miller

Unknown: Irina Kirillova

Producer: Fiona Couper

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971215]

In the last of five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history, John Miller talks to Pavl Palazchenko , interpreter for Mikhail Gorbachev. Producer Mark Burman Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19971215]

Talks: John Miller

Unknown: Pavl Palazchenko

Unknown: Mikhail Gorbachev.

Producer: Mark Burman

0119971117

The first of five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. John Miller talks to Bruce Boeglin, a veteran interpreter for the UN who found himself caught up in the chaos and carnage of the Bosnian conflict.

0219971124

Five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. 2: John Miller talks to Alex Toumayan, who, as America's French-speaking interpreter, was involved in negotiating a range of crises from the Vietnam War to the release of the Iranian hostages.

0319971201

Five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. 3: John Miller talks to Valentin Berezhkov, who interpreted for Comrade Stalin and witnessed Churchill's wildcat schemes, all the while wondering if he would follow in the footsteps of his four deceased predecessors.

0419971208

Five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history. 4: John Miller talks to Irina Kirillova, who was at the centre of events from the start of the Cold War to Glasnost.

0519971215

In the last of five conversations with interpreters who have been present during the making of history, John Miller talks to Pavl Palazchenko - a constant companion to Mikhail Gorbachev from the radical thaw of perestroika to the final collapse of the Soviet Union.