1999 BBC Two
Rhodesia was the first British colony to rebel against the Crown for two centuries. More than a decade later, Britain put down the rebellion and transformed white Rhodesia into multi-racial Zimbabwe. In between were years of anger, betrayal and delusion.
In this three-part series, David Dimbleby traces the history of Rhodesia's transformation into Zimbabwe, through Ian Smith's UDI and the civil war.
A Mentorn Barraclough Carey production (50', 50', 60')
|Photography||Colin Rogal, Dewald Aukema|
|Research||Céline Gilbert, Peta Thornycroft|
|Archive Research||Alex Cowan|
|Assistant Producer||Simon Chinn|
|Production Manager||Melissa Robertson|
|Executive Producer||George Carey|