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Last November the British Communist Party voted itself into history and brought to an end one of the institutions of our times. The CP had been a landmark on the political map. Andy Croft assesses the significance of the party to poets, dramatists and novelists, with the voices of Graham Greene , Stephen Spender , C Day
Lewis, Hamish Henderson , Hugh MacDiarmid , Roger Woddis , Jackie Kay and Charles Poulson.
Producer Dave Sheasby. Stereo