The Revolution that Shook the World

Duration: 30 minutes

As Russia and the West square up to each other over Ukraine, Paul Kenyon presents this special report from inside the flashpoint military bases of Crimea as they are surrounded by Russian troops. He gains exclusive access to Ukrainian soldiers and commanders preparing for possible conflict and, using previously unbroadcast footage, examines the shooting of nearly a hundred protestors in Kiev, an act that led to a revolution and could intensify old, Cold War rivalries.

Credits

Reporter
Paul Kenyon
Producer
Matthew Hill
Producer
Nick Sturdee
Producer
Howard Bradburn
Editor
Tom Giles

Broadcasts

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