This Sunday BBC Parliament will be broadcasting a series of programmes to mark the fortieth anniversary of the 1967 devaluation of the Pound by Harold Wilson's Labour Government. It is hosted by veteran broadcaster Cliff Michelmore, in his first TV appearance for fifteen years. During the evening they will be broadcasting archive editions of The Money Programme, Panorama amongst others from the period, as well as contemporary interviews with key players from the world of politics and economics from that time. These include Peter Jay, Nigel Lawson, Roy Hattersley, John Cole and Denis Healey and reveal many of the splits and confusions at the heart of government.
The programmes go out from 6pm to midnight on Sunday. Just thought you might like to know.