Diverging Dominions

Episodes

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This three-part series is presented by former prime ministers who outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in Australia, New Zealand and Canada over the last decade. 1: Australia: Up Front Down Under

Malcolm Fraser talks with republican Thomas Keneally and Wend Rupert Murdoch about Australia's problems as it gears up to the year 2000. Producer Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
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Talks: Malcolm Fraser

Unknown: Thomas Keneally

Unknown: Wend Rupert

Producer: Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
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This three-part series is presented by ex-prime ministers who outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in Australia, New Zealand and Canada over the last decade.

2: New Zealand: Paradise or Paradox? David Lange can't decide whether New Zealand is paradise lost or paradise gained. Bryan Gould , Keri Hulme and Jim Bolger , the present Prime Minister, discuss the paradoxes. Producer Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
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Unknown: David Lange

Unknown: Bryan Gould

Unknown: Keri Hulme

Unknown: Jim Bolger

Producer: Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
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Last of the series presented by ex-prime ministers who outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in the former British dominions of Australia, New Zealand and Canada over the last decade.

3: Canada: Maple Leaf Blues? Eighty nationalities live in Canada and everyone is talking about separation and self-determination. Kim Campbell talks with fellow Canadians, including the present Prime Minister Jean Chretien, about what might hold Canada together.

Producer Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960522]

Talks: Kim Campbell

Unknown: Jean Chretien

Producer: Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
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The former British dominions of Australia, New Zealand and Canada are today moving rapidly away from Britain's influence. This three-part series is presented by former prime ministers who outline the dramatic changes that have taken place in their countries.

1: Australia: Up Front Down Under

Malcolm Fraser, Thomas Keneally and Rupert Murdoch discuss the future of Australia.

Producer Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960905]

Unknown: Malcolm Fraser

Unknown: Thomas Keneally

Unknown: Rupert Murdoch

Producer: Rosie Goldsmith

GENOME:
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A three-part series in which former prime ministers of the British dominions outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in their countries over the last decade.

2: New Zealand: Paradise or Paradox? David Lange can't decide whether New Zealand is paradise lost or paradise gained. The economy is healthy and the country feels strong enough to stand up to Britain, but there is widespread poverty and ethnic tension. Bryan Gould , Keri Hulme and present prime minister Jim Bolger discuss the paradoxes of their Pacific paradise. Producer Rosie Goldsmith. Revised repeat

GENOME:
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Unknown: David Lange

Unknown: Bryan Gould

Unknown: Keri Hulme

Unknown: Jim Bolger

Producer: Rosie Goldsmith.

GENOME:
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The last in a three-part series presented by former prime ministers of Britain's dominions who outline the dramatic changes which have taken place in their countries over the last decade.

3: Canada: Maple Leaf Blues? Kim Campbell talks to Jean Chretien and fellow Canadians about self-determination.

Producer Rosie Goldsmith. Revised repeat

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19960919]

Talks: Kim Campbell

Unknown: Jean Chretien

Producer: Rosie Goldsmith.