Smith, Mugabe and the Union Jack
2000 BBC Two
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
|Editors||John Veal, Phil Reynolds|
|Associate Producer||Simon Chinn|
|Executive Producer||George Carey|