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Twenty-Four Hours

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2008-02-21 04:30:00
Marking the 40th anniversary of devaluation, the BBC current affairs flagship examines the Government's announcement of public spending reductions from 16th January 1968.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2008-02-21 04:00:00
As part of a series of programmes marking the 40th anniversary of devaluation, the BBC current affairs flagship interviews James Callaghan MP and Roy Jenkins MP, from 29th November 1967.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2008-02-21 03:30:00
Marking the 40th anniversary of the devaluation of the pound, Cliff Michelmore presents the BBC current affairs flagship's examination of the 1968 Budget, from 19th March 1968.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2008-02-21 02:00:00
As part of a series of programmes marking the 40th anniversary of devaluation, the BBC current affairs flagship interviews James Callaghan MP and Roy Jenkins MP, from 29th November 1967.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2007-11-18 23:15:00
Marking the 40th anniversary of the devaluation of the pound, Cliff Michelmore presents the BBC current affairs flagship's examination of the 1968 Budget, from 19th March 1968.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2007-11-18 21:55:00
Marking the 40th anniversary of devaluation, the BBC current affairs flagship examines the Government's announcement of public spending reductions from 16th January 1968.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2007-11-18 21:15:00
As part of a series of programmes marking the 40th anniversary of devaluation, the BBC current affairs flagship interviews James Callaghan MP and Roy Jenkins MP, from 29th November 1967.

> Twenty-Four Hours on BBC Parliament at 2007-11-18 20:15:00
As part of a series of programmes marking the 40th anniversary of the devaluation of the pound, Cliff Michelmore presents the BBC current affairs flagship, from 20th November 1967.

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