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Bristol Radical History Group presents

Greece: The Hidden War Part One – The Battle for Athens

Gave rise to the biggest uproar in the history of British television

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Mon 3 December // 20:00

Tickets: £5 / £4

This documentary series on the Greek Civil War of 1946-49 was made for Channel Four in 1986. Wikipedia records that it "gave rise to the biggest uproar in the history of British television; the series was banned, all but one copy destroyed ..."

Jeremy Isaacs, in his book 'Storm over 4: A Personal Account' (published 1989) writes in defence of the series that, "Greece: The Hidden War did not lie".

Presented by the Bristol Radical History Group, programme one will be introduced by Jane Gabriel, the producer of "Greece: The Hidden War", and she and Theo Papadopoulos, a political sociologist, will be available for a q and a at the end of the screening