God And Caesar

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The President of South

Africa, F W de Klerk , has described himself as 'Christian, South African, Afrikaaner, lawyer - in that order'. In the first of a new series, BBC Religious Affairs

Correspondent

Mike Wooldridge talks to him about the beliefs which have underpinned his political career.

Producer Beverley McAinsh Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: F W De Klerk

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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Unknown: F W De Klerk

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent Mike Wooldridge talks to international political leaders about the beliefs which have underpinned their professional career. 1: The President of South

Africa, F W de Klerk, has described himself as 'Christian, South African, Afrikaaner, lawyer - in that order'.

Contributors

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

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Talks: Mike Wooldridge

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The former Irish Prime Minister, Dr Garret FitzGerald , was once described as 'the best liked - or least disliked - politician in the world'. In the second in the series, BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent

Mike Wooldridge talks to him about the beliefs which underpinned his political campaigns and decisions.

Producer Beverley McAinsh

Contributors

Unknown: Dr Garret Fitzgerald

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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Unknown: Dr Garret Fitzgerald

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent Mike Wooldridge talks to international political leaders about their beliefs. 2:

Dr Garret Fitzgerald , the former Irish Prime Minister.

Contributors

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: Dr Garret Fitzgerald

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Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: Dr Garret Fitzgerald

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V P Singh, the Prime

Minister of India until last

November, was described as 'the king of beggars - not a rajah but a saint'.

But his outspoken support for the sub-continent's outcasts led to widespread demonstrations and to the eventual collapse of his coalition government. In the third of five programmes, BBC Religious Affairs

Correspondent

Mike Wooldridge talks to him about the beliefs which underpinned his political policies and decisions. Producer Beverley McAinsh

(Repeated Saturday at 5.00pm;

Contributors

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent

Mike Wooldridge talks to five international political leaders about the beliefs which have underpinned their professional careers. 3: V P Singh , the former Prime Minister of India.

Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: P Singh

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Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: P Singh

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The former Prime

Minister of Southern

Rhodesia, Garfield Todd , was the first premier in the history of the Commonwealth to be served with a restriction order. One British politician commented in amusement, 'The man is not subversive. He's just a liberal!'

In the fourth of a five-part series, BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent

Mike Wooldridge talks to Sir Garfield Todd about the beliefs which have underpinned his political policies and decisions. Producer Beverley McAinsh

Contributors

Unknown: Garfield Todd

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: Sir Garfield Todd

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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Unknown: Garfield Todd

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: Sir Garfield Todd

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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Five programmes in which BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent Mike Wooldridge talks to international political leaders about the beliefs which have underpinned their professional careers. 4: Sir Garfield Todd , the former Prime Minister of Southern Rhodesia.

Stereo

Contributors

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: Sir Garfield Todd

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Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Unknown: Sir Garfield Todd

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The former Prime

Minister of New Zealand, David Lange put his country on the international map with an anti-nuclear policy which included the banning of American warships from New Zealand's harbours.

In the final programme in the series, BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent Mike Wooldridge talks to him about the beliefs which underpinned his political policies and decisions.

Producer Beverley McAinsh Stereo

Contributors

Unknown: David Lange

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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Unknown: David Lange

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

Producer: Beverley McAinsh

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The last of the series in which BBC Religious Affairs Correspondent

Mike Wooldridge talks to international political leaders about the beliefs which have underpinned their professional careers. 5:

David Lange, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand.

Contributors

Talks: Mike Wooldridge

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