Smith, Mugabe and the Union Jack

2000   BBC Two

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David Dimbleby returns to Zimbabwe and talks to President Robert Mugabe as his hold over Britain's former colony faces its most serious challenge in 20 years.  He finds a country still scarred by its history – the years of rebellion by white Rhodesians, the war of liberation by black nationalists, and the doubtful fruits of victory and independence.  This is a story of treachery and triumph, tragedy and farce, in which Britain is still deeply embroiled.

A Mentorn Barraclough Carey production

FILM CREDITS

Research Céline Gilbert
Editors John Veal, Phil Reynolds
Associate Producer Simon Chinn
Executive Producer George Carey
Producer John Bridcut
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