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Day By Day : June 9 - June 15

June 09 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 9, 2008, 3mins President Tito concedes to protesting students, Jimmy Savile improves Anglo-French relations and soldiers try to clean up France.
Music used in this edition The Beatles - Revolution 9, Otis Redding - Happy Song

June 10 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 10, 2008, 3mins General Westmoreland leaves Vietnam with a bleak prediction for the war's future, Italy win the European Championships and Rhodesian sanctions stir up British politics.
Music used in this edition Olympic - Dam Zejtra Zas Flam, Miles Davis - Stuff, Toots and the Maytals - Alidina, Andy Williams - The Impossible Dream

June 11 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 11, 2008, 3mins A drowned boy becomes a martyr for Paris students, Henry Cooper is involved in an Eton controversy and the Beatles show signs of tension in the studio.
Music used in this edition Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy, Leontyne Price - La Mamma Morta, The Beatles - Blackbird, Joe Cocker - With A Little Help From My Friends

June 12 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 12, 2008, 3mins Daniel Cohn-Bendit arrives in London, the UN approves the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and the French government bans demonstrations.
Music used in this edition: Dub Specialist - Banana Walk, The Deviants - Last Man

June 13 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 13, 2008, 3mins Dr Spock is tried for helping evade conscription, the BBC airs its controversial 'Students In Revolt' programme and Johnny Cash releases his seminal album 'Live at Folsom Prison'.
Music used in this edition The Band - Chest Fever, Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues, The Deviants - Slum Lord

June 14 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 14, 2008, 3mins Women at Ford's Dagenham plant go on strike, the Greek Communist leader Tony Ambatielos is granted asylum in the UK and Paris students kick Congolese mercenaries out of the Sorbonne.
Music used in this edition Rolling Stones - Factory Girl, Iron Butterfly - In a Gadda Da Vida, Merle Haggard - Sing Me Back Home

June 15 1968

On this day

Broadcast: June 15, 2008, 3mins General Salan is allowed back in to France after his assassination attempt on De Gaulle, Roy Jenkins warns the House Of Lords not to oppose the Commons, John Arlott becomes president of the Cricketers' Association
Music used in this edition: Rolling Stones - Prodigal Son, The Deviants - Normality Jam, The Kinks - Days, The United States Of America - Love Song For the Dead Che



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