The end of the 'Daily Herald' and the beginning of a new daily paper, 'The Sun'. Also a portrait of its first editor, Hugh Cudlipp.
An investigation of the business side of the music industry which includes a live performance of the Rolling Stones in concert and interviews with pop stars.
In a year in which World In Action won a BAFTA for Best Factual Series, this programme looks back at some of the top stories in the news during 1964.
After the quashing of his jail sentence for being in possession of drugs, the rock star Mick Jagger gives a press conference and joins a discussion with four leaders of the establishment, in which he talks about his attitude towards society.
Unemployed Harry Morgan from Tyneside takes over the duties of Conservative MP Matthew Parris for a week, in a sequel to the programme in which Parris lived on unemployment benefit for a week.
Documentary report in which two young men from the North of England follow the Conservative MP Norman Tebbit's advice to get 'on yer bike' and travel 300 miles south to look for work in High Wycombe.
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