Iraq War, The

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01The Documentary20130917
01The Documentary2013091720130918 (WS)

The invasion and the decade of conflict that followed, as told by senior decision-makers

01The Documentary20130917
01The Documentary20130917

The invasion and the decade of conflict that followed, as told by senior decision-makers

02The Documentary2013092420130925 (WS)

The mistakes made early in the occupation of Iraq during the period 2003 to 2004

02The Documentary20130924

The mistakes made early in the occupation of Iraq during the period 2003 to 2004

03 LASTThe Documentary20131001
03 LASTThe Documentary2013100120131002 (WS)

Lucy Ash looks at the conflicts within Iraq between 2005 and 2012

03 LASTThe Documentary20131001

Lucy Ash looks at the conflicts within Iraq between 2005 and 2012

03 LASTThe Documentary20131001

The distinguished documentary maker Norma Percy presents the inside story of the invasion of Iraq and the ensuring decade of conflict, told from the point of view of senior decision-makers.

Programme three looks at the conflicts within Iraq between 2005 and 2012.

Interviewees include Tony Blair - former UK Prime Minister, Dick Cheney - US Vice-President, Colin Powell - former US Secretary of State and Paul Wolfowitz - former US Deputy Secretary of Defence. The programme hears from the first two American administrators of Iraq, Jay Garner and Paul Bremer, plus military chiefs George Casey, Ray Odierno and David Petraeus. Iraqi interviewees include Naji Sabri - former Foreign Minister and former Prime Ministers Ayad Allawi and Ibrahim al-Jaafari plus the current PM Nouri al-Maliki.

The series will be voiced by Lucy Ash.

(Picture: US convoy gets ready to leave Iraq, Credit: Lucas Jackson/AFP/Getty Images)

03 LASTThe Documentary2013100120131002 (WS)

Lucy Ash looks at the invasion of Iraq and the ensuing decade of conflict, from the poi...

Lucy Ash looks at the invasion of Iraq and the ensuing decade of conflict, from the point of view of senior decision-makers.