Harold Wilson Night - viewing schedule
On the 50th anniversary of Harold Wilson's election as leader of the Labour Party, Peter Snow presents an evening of archive programmes and chairs a discussion on the first "TV prime minister", assessing Wilson's achievements and legacy in British politics.
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Full details of the night's programmes:
First interview with Harold Wilson, hours after his election as Labour Party leader (14 February 1963).
6.15pm: Panorama: Election 1964
Richard Dimbleby presents a profile of Harold Wilson and Alec Douglas-Home on the election trail (19 October 1964).
6.45pm: Interview with Robin Wilson
BBC Parliament's Duncan Smith meets Robin Wilson who recalls his life as the eldest son of Harold Wilson.
7pm: Election 1966
A whistle-stop tour of the 1966 general election.
7.10pm: Devaluation of the Pound
Harold Wilson's now infamous "pound in your pocket" broadcast, (19 November 1967).
7.20pm: Election 1970
A whistle stop tour of the 1970 general election.
7.30pm: Yesterday's Men
Controversial documentary looking at Wilson's shadow cabinet in their first year of opposition following their election defeat at the 1970 general election, (16 June 1971).
8.10pm: The Making of Yesterday's Men
Interview with the producer, Angela Pope, and the presenter, David Dimbleby, of the 1971 documentary.
8.25pm: 1975 European Referendum
Extract from the referendum results programme, featuring David Dimbleby, Robin Day and Robert McKenzie.
8.35pm: Labour Conference '75
Harold Wilson's speech to the Labour Party Conference, (30 September 1975).
9.05pm: Harold Wilson's Resignation Interview
Former BBC political editor David Holmes interviews Harold Wilson following his shock resignation on 16 March 1976.
9.15pm: Interview with David Holmes
BBC Parliament's Duncan Smith meets David Holmes who looks back on his time as BBC Political Editor during the Wilson years.
9.30pm: Wilson's World
Peter Snow presents a studio panel discussion looking at the political legacy of Harold Wilson.
10pm: Friday Night, Saturday Morning
Sir Harold Wilson MP presents this 1979 edition of the late night chat show with guests Robin Day, Winston Churchill, Mike Yarwood and a special appearance by the former prime minister's wife, Mary Wilson, (19 October 1979).