DD110253

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DD110253

DD110253 is a Radio Times clipping for a BBC TV programme French Eyes on the Future broadcast in 1965.[1]

Transcript

9.25 FRENCH EYES ON THE FUTURE

France cannot be France without greatness (Charles de Gaulle)

France spends four times as much as Britain on her national civil space programme: she has her own strategic atom bombers and colout TV system. She is building an H bomb, a Polaris type submarine and plans communications satellites. Her aircraft are sold in more than thirty-three countries.

Window dressing? How much do dreams of greatness cost? What are the French getting for their money?

Spoken by Robert Lang

Photography by Alan Jones

Sound by Graham Hare

Music by BBC Radiophonic Workshop

Edited by Ted Walter

Researched and directed by Roy Battersby, Peter Loizos, Peter Ryan

Written and produced by Roy Battersby

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