Allegories For The Present Day

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Michael Charlton reflects on a meetingwith

Clement Atlee , the prime minister who followed Churchill.

Producer Liz Mardall. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm

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Unknown: Michael Charlton

Unknown: Clement Atlee

Producer: Liz Mardall.

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While the West studies what President Putin, once a KGB spy, means for Russia,

Michael Chariton reflects on a meeting with Alexander Solzhenitsyn , who was exiled by the Soviet Union, and who is today almost an exile in the new Russia. See the choice on page 114.

Producer Liz Mardall. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm

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Unknown: Michael Chariton

Unknown: Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Producer: Liz Mardall.

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Michael Charlton reflects on his interview with Adolf Hitler 's courtier and architect Albert Speer. Producer Liz Mardall. Repeated from Sunday 10.45pm

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Unknown: Michael Charlton

Unknown: Adolf Hitler

Unknown: Albert Speer.

Producer: Liz Mardall.

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Michael Charlton reflects on a meeting with Clement Atlee, the prime minister who followed Churchill.

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While the West studies what President Putin, once a KGB spy, means for RUSSIA, Michael Charlton reflects on a meeting with Alexander Solzhenitsyn, who was exiled by the Soviet Union, and who is today almost an exile in the new RUSSIA.

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Michael Charlton reflects on his interview with Adolf Hitler's courtier and ARCHITECT Albert Speer.