Hitting The Rocks

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Genome: [r4 Bd=19970714]

The first of four programmes in which the historian Andrew Roberts looks back at how past governments have coped with crises. Producer Denis Sewell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970714]

Unknown: Andrew Roberts

Producer: Denis Sewell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970721]

The second of four programmes in which historian Andrew Roberts looks back at how past governments have coped with crises, In 1962,

Harold Macmillan decided to throw ministers overboard when his government began to suffer from record unpopularity. Producer Jonathan Brunert

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970721]

Unknown: Andrew Roberts

Unknown: Harold MacMillan

Producer: Jonathan Brunert

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970728]

The third of four programmes which look back at how past governments have coped with crises.

Andrew Roberts explores the period in the 1970s when Edward Heath 's government made a policy U-turn. Producer Denis Sewell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970728]

Unknown: Andrew Roberts

Unknown: Edward Heath

Producer: Denis Sewell

0119970714

The first in a four-part series in which the historian Andrew Roberts looks back at how past governments have coped with crises.

0219970721

The second of four programmes in which historian Andrew Roberts looks back at how past governments have coped with crises. Today, he looks at how, in 1962, Harold Macmillan decided to throw ministers overboard when his government began to suffer from record unpopularity.

0319970728

The third of four programmes in which historian Andrew Roberts looks back at how past governments have coped with crises. Edward Heath's government made a policy U-turn in the early 1970s.