Dominic Sandbrook examines the Cold War years. In the 1970s and '80s, as the end of the world seemed a real possibility, everything from sport to music became weapons.
Historian Dominic Sandbrook concludes his lively and surprising history of Britain during the years of the Cold War.
He plunders the archive and music of the late 1970s and the 1980s to bring to life an era in which the end of the world seemed a very real possibility, years in which our leaders crusaded as never before against a struggling Soviet empire and everything from sport to shopping to British pop music became potent weapons in the life and death struggle with communism.
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|Executive Producer||Steve Condie|
|Series Producer||James Giles|