Margaret Thatcher: From MP to PM :
Mrs Thatcher's journey from Finchley to Downing Street
17 programmes, 7 documents
Remembering Winston Churchill :
Tributes to a legendary statesman and a wartime hero
22 programmes, 5 documents
Chamberlain Returns from Negotiations with Hitler
Chamberlain returns from a meeting with Hitler in Bad Godesberg.
Britain Declares War on Germany
'This country is at war with Germany' announces the Prime Minister.
Churchill's First Broadcast as PM
Winston Churchill makes his first prime ministerial broadcast.
Broadcast to the Nation by the Rt Hon Anthony Eden
Rt Hon Anthony Eden recounts the events of the 'battle for the ports'.
Winston Churchill Broadcast : Finest Hour Speech
'The news from France is very bad.'
The New Social Services and the Citizen
Prime Minister Clement Attlee introduces and explains the new Social Services.
A Broadcast by the Prime Minister : Rt Hon Clement Attlee welcomes Olympic Athletes
'May the weather be fine, the events well contested and may records be broken.'
Tour of South Africa : Rt Hon Macmillan
Harold Macmillan delivers his 'wind of change' speech at the Cape Town Parliament.
Late Night Line-Up : The Suffragettes
Two eminent peers share their experiences of the suffrage movement.
Margaret Thatcher exposes Anthony Blunt's treachery in Parliament.
A memo from Burgess about Winston Churchill
Burgess recounts his conversation with a mistrustful Churchill.
Outbreak of War
A collection of photographs from the BBC archives on the outbreak of World War II.
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