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1996 Compilation

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Compilation of significant news stories from 1996.

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5.1.1996 - Holloway prisoner chained only an hour after giving birth

ENGLAND: London: Archway: Whittington Hospital:
Undercover camera footage secretly filmed showing female prisoner Annette in dre...

5.1.1996 - Holloway prisoner chained only an hour after giving birth

ENGLAND: London: Archway: Whittington Hospital:
Undercover camera footage secretly filmed showing female prisoner Annette in dressing gown handcuffed to male officer, both smoking, some others at scene have faces blocked out. Beverley Beach interviewed (friend of Annette and also from Maternity Service Improvement Association)

Manchester:
Nursing home where another prisoner Susan Edwards gave birth

Whittington Hospital:
Annette holding her new baby, prison officers sitting and watching.

London:
Interview with Richard Tilt (acting Director General Prison Service). Caroline Flint (President Royal College of Midwives) interview. General views of Holloway Prison, staff inside prison entrance, sign on building 'HMP Holloway'.

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10.1.1996 - Newbury by-pass violence as police clash with protesters

ENGLAND: Newbury: Penn Wood:
Lines of security men flanking excavator in wood, felled tree falls. Security struggling carrying a...

10.1.1996 - Newbury by-pass violence as police clash with protesters

ENGLAND: Newbury: Penn Wood:
Lines of security men flanking excavator in wood, felled tree falls. Security struggling carrying away protesters (environmental protection demonstrators protesting against building of road and destruction of woodland), chainsaw held as security man struggling to get it from protester. Male protester (on ground) interviewed - It's peaceful/ nothing personal against security, police or government/ it's just wrong. Protesters sitting in hole and under excavator. Security men helping woman along, medics helping woman protester with injuries. Policeman with loudspeaker making announcement - Work today is over/ suggest you withdraw. Woman protester 'Going home' (and signing same). Excavator away flanked by police. Robert Hall (ITN journalist) piece to camera. Police marching, security men carrying injured colleague in ambulance. Simon Festing (Friends of the Earth) interviewed - Many people in Newbury are angry about by-pass / although desperate for solution to problem they recognise by-pass is not the way. Peter Gilmour (Newbury District Council) interviewed - Five out of six people in Newbury want this by-pass west of town. Night views of traffic along road, protestors around camp fire.

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10.1.1996 - Chechnya rebels take 160 hostages from hospital as human shield

RUSSIA: Dagetan (near Chechen border):
Hostage convoy along road, Chechen rebel fighters with hostage taken from hospital...

10.1.1996 - Chechnya rebels take 160 hostages from hospital as human shield

RUSSIA: Dagetan (near Chechen border):
Hostage convoy along road, Chechen rebel fighters with hostage taken from hospital as human shield, forcing Russian Government to allow them to enter Chechnya. Rebels on board bus dubilantly chanting, woman hostage holds rifle. Julian Manyon (ITN Journalist) piece to camera. Masked rebels on side of road as bus stuck on snow covered road. Russian troops nearby stopped convoy. Rebels wearing balaclavas listening to radio. Hostages waving white flags from window of bus. Russian soldiers surrendering to Chechen rebels, stacking weapons along wall. Chechens take over village, victorious rebels shouting holding large guns.

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18.1.1996 - Police have permission to conduct trials of CS gas

ENGLAND:
Police officer drawing CS gas canister from holster on her hip and pointing it. Female officer in mock attack, on floor as ma...

18.1.1996 - Police have permission to conduct trials of CS gas

ENGLAND:
Police officer drawing CS gas canister from holster on her hip and pointing it. Female officer in mock attack, on floor as man pretends to attack her she uses gas on his face, mock assailant kneels in mock pain. Harry Smith (ITN Journalist) piece to camera with holster and points gas canister at camera. Officers on beat, interview with female officer. Close shot of gas seen coming out of canister. Interview with Colin Campbell (CS Supplier).

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19.1.1996 - Kevin Maxwell and Ian Maxwell cleared of fraud

ENGLAND: London: Chancery Lane: Chichester Rents Court:
Kevin Maxwell and Ian Maxwell out of court onto street, arms around each other loo...

19.1.1996 - Kevin Maxwell and Ian Maxwell cleared of fraud

ENGLAND: London: Chancery Lane: Chichester Rents Court:
Kevin Maxwell and Ian Maxwell out of court onto street, arms around each other looking relieved (both found not guilty of conspiring to defraud pension funds from their deceased Father's empire, Robert Maxwell). Kevin speaks to gathered press - pleased and relieved at his acquittal. Ian Maxwell speaks to press - welcomes the jury's decision. Both arriving earlier on same motorbike, along surrounded by press. Courtroom drawings. Brothers away. Ken Trench (Maxwell Pensioners' Action Group) interviewed. John Draper (ITN journalist) piece to camera.

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22.1.1996 - Knife amnesty results in 30,000 weapons handed in

ENGLAND: Sussex: Lewes:
Bin filled with weapons emptied out on floor, close shots of knives handed in during knife amnesty, small house...

22.1.1996 - Knife amnesty results in 30,000 weapons handed in

ENGLAND: Sussex: Lewes:
Bin filled with weapons emptied out on floor, close shots of knives handed in during knife amnesty, small household knives, machetes, daggers, bayonetes, flick knives and cleavers. Lethal knife held. Maria Wallis (Sussex Police) interviewed.

London: Westminster Cathedral:
Choir singing during memorial service for Philip Lawrence (murdered headmaster whose death prompted knife amnesty). Pupils at service, Unity Lawrence (daughter of headmaster) reads prayer. Cardinal Basil Hume (Archbishop of Westminster) at alter praying, views of service.

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8.2.1996 - Prince Charles visits Croatia

CROATIA: Dubrovnik:
Soldiers in aircraft hangar on British base in Croatia. Prince Charles (Prince of Wales) along with soldier, meets more British NATO sol...

8.2.1996 - Prince Charles visits Croatia

CROATIA: Dubrovnik:
Soldiers in aircraft hangar on British base in Croatia. Prince Charles (Prince of Wales) along with soldier, meets more British NATO soldiers. Charles with officials in City, along ancient street past historic buildings. Charles looking up inside hallway of historic building.

Flashback to shelling of Dubrovnik during civil war.

Charles chatting to officials. Top general view looking down at town lying on coast, views of rooftops of ancient city. Charles at night along with soldiers. Robert Moore (ITN Journalist) piece to camera.

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10.2.1996 - Aftermath of Docklands bomb

ENGLAND: London: Docklands:
Night views of emergency services at scene of Docklands bomb attack. Ambulance away. Day view of scene of terrorist attack by IRA...

10.2.1996 - Aftermath of Docklands bomb

ENGLAND: London: Docklands:
Night views of emergency services at scene of Docklands bomb attack. Ambulance away. Day view of scene of terrorist attack by IRA. Shattered glass and debris of van placed by IRA filled with explosives. Front of building with windows completely blown out, building totally destroyed by blast. Fire fighters working at scene. Police at press conference, Paul Condon Metropolitan Police Commissioner speaks to press about receiving the coded message and the horror of the aftermath. Local resident in his garden showing shards of glass on garden. Old women in her living room tells of the explosion. Man describes his experience of the blast. Windows being boarded up in homes. Local resident talks about the political situation and Irish peace process. Royal London hospital entrance, ambulance outside by sign. Royal London Doctor Austen Smith speaks to press about some of the injuries from the blast he has treated says they are disfiguring. Police on road, one stops and searches a van. Michael Howard MP (Conservative, Home Secretary) visiting the blast. Aerial view of extent of attack. John Draper (ITN Journalist) piece to camera.

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16.2.1996 - Sea Empress wreck

WALES: Milford Haven: St Ann's Head:
Night views of Oil tanker Sea Empress still afloat supported by tugs (run aground spilling oil off the coast of Milford Haven, an ...

16.2.1996 - Sea Empress wreck

WALES: Milford Haven: St Ann's Head:
Night views of Oil tanker Sea Empress still afloat supported by tugs (run aground spilling oil off the coast of Milford Haven, an important conservation area and nature reserve). Day views of oil in water seen as waves come into shore. Crude oil clearly evident in water, general view of coastline with oil coming in. Close shot of face of grey seal swimming in water (from nearby seal colony). Iolo Williams (RSPB) interviewed about the dangers to local bird population. Tanker lying on side in water. James Bays (ITN journalist) piece to camera from boat at sea. Close shots of tugs supporting tanker. Interview with Joe Small (Marine pollution control unit). Planes lined up ready to spray oil dispersant over slick. Men in oilskins deep in water heavily polluted with oil, on clear up, close view of oily water. Sun setting over horizon oil covering rocks on shore.

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19.2.1996 - IRA bomb on Aldwych bus

ENGLAND: London: St Thomas Hospital:
Night views of hospital where injured were taken. Patient seen from window (under armed guard thought to be terrorist who pl...

19.2.1996 - IRA bomb on Aldwych bus

ENGLAND: London: St Thomas Hospital:
Night views of hospital where injured were taken. Patient seen from window (under armed guard thought to be terrorist who planted the bomb). Armed police with body armour into car. Wilma MacPherson (Chief Executive , St Thomas' hospital) not able to answer questions about suspect in hospital (high security).

Aldwych:
Aftermath of bomb, mangled remains of red double decker London bus (bomb 1 killed and 8 injured). Forensic police officers shifting through debris.

Paddington Green Police station:
Police Commander John Grieve (anti-terrorist branch) gives press conference. Night views of station where suspects now held. Terry Lloyd (ITN Journalist) piece to camera.

Close views of red London bus badly damaged after an IRA bomb exploded on board. Emergency services at night attending the scene of terrorist attack, police cordon around site. Interview with bystanders. Stills of injured with blood running down face, Ralph Hobart treated after blast, fiance Denise Hall also injured with blood on her face. Big Ben and Palace of Westminster, close shot of clock face and pull out to general view of Parliament. Top view looking down over Strand. Police talking to commuters. London residents interviewed. Entrance to Waldorf Hotel blocked off by cordon. Hotel doorman interviewed. Security cameras on bus route, view of damaged bus with police detectives examining the scene. Norman Rees (ITN journalist) piece to camera.

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22.2.1996 - Princess Diana in Pakistan

PAKISTAN: Lahore: Shaukat Khanum hospital:
Jemima Khan (wife of Imran Khan the former Cricket captain and politician), her mother Lady Annabel Goldsmith and P...

22.2.1996 - Princess Diana in Pakistan

PAKISTAN: Lahore: Shaukat Khanum hospital:
Jemima Khan (wife of Imran Khan the former Cricket captain and politician), her mother Lady Annabel Goldsmith and Princess Diana, Princess of Wales (wearing pale blue long dress with scarf) along hospital corridor and into room. Hand taking syringe from drip bottle. Diana sits with young bald cancer patient as exclaims - poor child. Jemima Khan talking to child in Urdu. Diana talking to someone (out of shot) about patient. Diana with Imran Khan along followed by Jemima Khan, Lady Annabel and others. Jemima Khan shows Princess Diana how to cover her hair as Diana copies her. Two young cancer patients singing, Pakistani family listening to patients. Young Pakistani patients dancing, Jemima Khan and Princess Diana (with hair uncovered and garlands around their necks) laughing. Young Pakistani patient telling jokes (in Urdu) and forgetting punchlines. Vernon Mann (ITN journalist) piece to camera. Close view of Diana sitting down holding young cancer patient in a close cuddle on her lap (child only has days to live), close shot of smiling face of child looking up at Diana as she strokes her hand and chats to Jemima Khan.

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29.2.1996 - Police evict Newbury by-pass protesters

ENGLAND: Newbury:
Mounted police surrounded by protestors, hydraulic platform surrounded by police into woods, protestors and police scuffle. Dem...

29.2.1996 - Police evict Newbury by-pass protesters

ENGLAND: Newbury:
Mounted police surrounded by protestors, hydraulic platform surrounded by police into woods, protestors and police scuffle. Demonstrators in the trees on ropes on treetop protest, police officer through tunnel. Interview with sheriff Nicholas Blandly. Police remove protestors from trees and onto hydraulic platforms. Workmen cutting down branches with chainsaws while protestors still in trees. Resisting protestor pulled onto platform. Interview with Robin Maynard (Friends of the Earth). Aerial view of protestors camp. Police holding up booby traps set by protestors (wood with nails in it to damage car tyres). Ian Blair (police constable) interviewed. Police up trees on platform. Robert Hall (ITN journalist) piece to camera.

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3.3.1996 - John Major visits Hong Kong

HONG KONG:
John Major MP (Conservative, Prime Minister) at airport, driving surfacing machine, on building site on airport, as building new terminal. Wong Po-...

3.3.1996 - John Major visits Hong Kong

HONG KONG:
John Major MP (Conservative, Prime Minister) at airport, driving surfacing machine, on building site on airport, as building new terminal. Wong Po-Yau (airport authority) interviewed. Major waves from coach as leaves airport. Emily Lau (Legislative Council) interviewed. Major talking to Chris Patten (Governor of Hong Kong) stood chatting by river, bridge in background. Michael Brunson (ITN journalist) piece to camera.

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7.3.1996 - Edinburgh laboratory clones two identical sheep

SCOTLAND: Edinburgh:
Sheep in paddock eating, close shot of two cloned sheep.

Roslin:
General view of laboratory building exterior. Peo...

7.3.1996 - Edinburgh laboratory clones two identical sheep

SCOTLAND: Edinburgh:
Sheep in paddock eating, close shot of two cloned sheep.

Roslin:
General view of laboratory building exterior. People seen through clinic windows. Interview with Dr Ian Wilmut (Roslin Institute).

Edinburgh:
Sheep herded over field. Graphic: showing cloning process. Sheep grazing. Glen Oglaza (ITN journalist) piece to camera.

ENGLAND: London:
Laboratory technicians at work. Interview with Professor Steve Jones (University College London).

Edinburgh:
Sheep grazing in field

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13.3.1996 - Thomas Hamilton slaughters 16 children and a teacher at primary school in Dunblane

SCOTLAND: Dunblane:
Top general view looking down over rooftops of Dunblane town to Dunblane Primary ...

13.3.1996 - Thomas Hamilton slaughters 16 children and a teacher at primary school in Dunblane

SCOTLAND: Dunblane:
Top general view looking down over rooftops of Dunblane town to Dunblane Primary School. Parents and police gathered outside school, woman along looking anxious. Man and wife crying as reunited they hug and man greets his daughters and walk away. Close shot of very worried-looking woman. Two women walk up to policeman. Policeman standing looking pensive. Ambulance along road, parents running along path towards school. Large crowd of parents gathered outside school. Nora Dougherty (School governor) interviewed - Wandered into school/ quiet but didn't know what was wrong/ teacher told me what happened/ waited long time with children/ found out it was Premier 1/ when heard it wasn't my daughter's (class) felt relieved then guilty then relieved. Police and Scottish office joint press conference. Michael Forsyth MP (Scottish Secretary) speaks - I can't find words to express horror of what has happened/ last place would expect tragedy like this. General view of school buildings in distance. Colin Baker (ITN journalist) piece to camera.

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21.3.1996 - BSE linked to human disease

FRANCE: Paris:
Busy shopping street, illuminated "Boeuf" (beef) sign. Man cutting carcass of beef and steaks wrapped in butcher's shop. Diners at tables in r...

21.3.1996 - BSE linked to human disease

FRANCE: Paris:
Busy shopping street, illuminated "Boeuf" (beef) sign. Man cutting carcass of beef and steaks wrapped in butcher's shop. Diners at tables in restaurant. Mark Williamson (Restauranteur) interviewed.

BELGIUM: Nr Brussels:
Joint of beef being cut with cleaver, butcher tipping minced beef onto scales. Karel Pinxten (Belgian Agriculture Minister) interviewed. British government vets walking along. Gerry Kiely (EU Agriculture spokesman) speaks at press conference. Workers cutting meat in warehouse (as seen through two hanging carcasses in foreground). French food inspector (white overalls) taking sample from carcass. Beefburgers along conveyor, carcasses hanging as worker beside one. Slices of fat being cut. Workers cutting and cleaning hanging carcasses.

ENGLAND: London: Westminster:
Douglas Hogg MP (Agriculture Minister) interviewed - British beef can be eaten with confidence/will try to persuade EU to come to same view

GERMANY: Unknown location:
Packets of beef on display as shoppers hands sorting through. Meat on display in supermarket as shoppers looking. Queue at meat counter, assistant

Bonn:
Customer in butcher's shop notice on wall (stating do not sell British beef). Joint of beef being cut, butcher weighing meat on scales. German locals interviewed.

Unknown location:
Hanging carcasses in meat warehouse

Jonathan Munroe piece to camera.

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25.3.1996 - Queen visits Poland

POLAND: Warsaw: Presidential Palace:
Queen Elizabeth II and President Aleksander Kwasniewski into room, both rising from table for toast, clinking glasses, raising t...

25.3.1996 - Queen visits Poland

POLAND: Warsaw: Presidential Palace:
Queen Elizabeth II and President Aleksander Kwasniewski into room, both rising from table for toast, clinking glasses, raising them in a toast, others sitting at dining table. Queen speech - welcomes Poland's application to join EU and NATO.

Tomb of Unknown soldier:

Polish soldier carrying poppy wreath along to music, followed by Queen and Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Philip. Queen bows in front of tomb, card from Queen and Prince Philip. Soldiers standing at tomb, Queen talks to Polish Jews. Interview with Jewish people. Crowds waiting for Queen, people in crowd holding up corgi dogs for Queen to see. Queen standing opposite person carrying corgi talking. Nicholas Owen piece to camera.

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15.4.1996 - Mass graves discovered in Bosnia

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA: Sanski Most:
British Army Sacacen armoured car along road, past black tarpaulin covered in rocks. Lt Peter Chapman (2 Light Infantry...

15.4.1996 - Mass graves discovered in Bosnia

BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA: Sanski Most:
British Army Sacacen armoured car along road, past black tarpaulin covered in rocks. Lt Peter Chapman (2 Light Infantry) interviewed - Under this tarpaulin is a headless body. Tarpaulin under rocks (human shoulder allegedly under rocks). Chapman removing rocks from tarpaulin. General view across hillside. Many bodies (including human skull) on hillside, left where they lay dead. Entrance to cave where alleged massacre of civilians took place, Paul Davies (ITN journalist) and another into cave. Inside cave, Davies towards. Pile of bones on floor as hand picks up rusty wire (allegedly used as primitive handcuffs for detainees). Man demonstrates use of wire as handcuffs, bones on floor of cave. Man investigates cave (bodies of prisoners were dumped here after execution and dynamite exploded to block cave off) Paul Davies piece to camera.

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28.4.1996 - Germany blocks Britain's attempt to have ban on beef lifted in Europe

ENGLAND:
Cars along. Agriculture Minister Douglas Hogg MP opening boot of car and rummaging in it. Graphic showing ...

28.4.1996 - Germany blocks Britain's attempt to have ban on beef lifted in Europe

ENGLAND:
Cars along. Agriculture Minister Douglas Hogg MP opening boot of car and rummaging in it. Graphic showing Britain's Proposal for ban to be lifted.

Cheshire:
Black and white dairy cows in cow pen. Cows looking at camera over wall in pen, Barbara Smith (National Farmers' Union) walking past cows in pen. Smith interviewed - he mustn't go any further.

LUXEMBOURG:
Jonathan Munro piece to camera.

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29.4.1996 - Report into how Virgin Atlantic Jet lost safety chute shortly after take-off

ENGLAND: Slough:
Ground to air view of Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747 flying overhead climbing up into air as sa...

29.4.1996 - Report into how Virgin Atlantic Jet lost safety chute shortly after take-off

ENGLAND: Slough:
Ground to air view of Virgin Atlantic Boeing 747 flying overhead climbing up into air as safety chute seen to fall.

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29.4.1996 - Report into how Virgin Atlantic Jet lost safety chute shortly after take-off

View of plane on television screen, pull back to amateur cameraman and others watching pictures in editing sui...

29.4.1996 - Report into how Virgin Atlantic Jet lost safety chute shortly after take-off

View of plane on television screen, pull back to amateur cameraman and others watching pictures in editing suite. TV screens in editing suite showing plane. Kim Prince interviewed - I looked up but I couldn't believe it / saw it fall. Mike Pocock in editing suite. Mike Pocock interviewed - I was shocked/ I didn't know what it was. Graphic and still of virgin logo, extract from Virgin Atlantic statement

Heathrow:
Large British Airways hangar. Virgin 747 parked on tarmac.

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3.5.1996 - Tories loose over 500 seats in British local elections

ENGLAND: Essex: Basildon:
Woman speaking on stage at count where Labour took control of council, people cheer result. Men on stage ...

3.5.1996 - Tories loose over 500 seats in British local elections

ENGLAND: Essex: Basildon:
Woman speaking on stage at count where Labour took control of council, people cheer result. Men on stage holding sign `Labour 24 Tories 1'. Labour members on stage with sign `Labour gain Basildon'.

Surrey: Runnymede:
Tory supporters spray champagne to celebrate not losing total control of the council. Graphic showing projected share of national vote.

London: 10 Downing Street:
Michael Brunson sat opposite Prime Minister John Major MP (Conservative) and interviewed sat inside - Disappointing result / Will win again as in 1987 / (General Election) is a different ball game / Talks of economic success / Recovery is coming through

Millbank:
Shadow Environment Secretary Frank Dobson MP and Labour Environment spokeswoman Hilary Armstrong MP at press conference besides piles of tins, a small pile with blue labels (conservative share of vote) and a large pile with red labels (labour) sign on table `Tories have bean wiped out'.

Westminster :
Tony Blair MP (Labour Party Leader) interviewed - Not complacent about results / 16 points ahead / Labour can take country forward

Cowley Street: Liberal Democrats Headquarters:
Lib Dem (Liberal Democrats) Leader Paddy Ashdown MP holding tin with label `Liberal Democrat Half Baked Beans' used in Tory publicity stunt and also holding Lib Dem local election manifesto sat next Lord Holme (Lib Dem Northern Ireland spokesman). Ashdown out of BBC offices and interviewed - Very good result / Exceeds our expectations / Best launch pad we have ever had.

Westminster:
Michael Brunson piece to camera.

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13.5.1996 - O.J. Simpson visits Britain

ENGLAND: Manchester:
OJ Simpson chatting (not heard), photographers surrounding him. OJ Simpson smiling, comments when asked why he has come to Britain to be...

13.5.1996 - O.J. Simpson visits Britain

ENGLAND: Manchester:
OJ Simpson chatting (not heard), photographers surrounding him. OJ Simpson smiling, comments when asked why he has come to Britain to be interviewed, he replies, 'Because I was invited'. Simpson laughing says, 'I hope we don't even talk about the case but I know we will'. Harvey Levine (CBS) watching tape of Simpson and interviewed - Simpson's visit to England is to use it as a launch platform for Europe/ he can't get a living in the US. Interviewers and television presenters Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan walking along as arriving at studios for rehearsals. TV screen showing caption for "Tonight" programme then pans to studio.

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30.5.1996 - Decree absolute for the Duke and Duchess of York

ENGLAND: Surrey: Wentworth: Kingsbourne house:
Police van outside Sarah, Duchess of York's rented house as enters gates.

Flashback to ...

30.5.1996 - Decree absolute for the Duke and Duchess of York

ENGLAND: Surrey: Wentworth: Kingsbourne house:
Police van outside Sarah, Duchess of York's rented house as enters gates.

Flashback to Yorks kissing on their wedding day (TX 23.7.86).

Graphic: Joint statement from the Duke of York and Duchess of York as their marriage is officially ended.

SWITZERLAND: Verbier:
Flashback Sarah with her daughters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie during skiing holiday in Verbier, Switzerland posing for photocall (17.4.96)

London:
Robert Jobson (Daily Express) interviewed- she's has got to raise two children as a single mother and she's doing that very well in America where she a got a lot of book deals

Kingsbourne house:
Upper windows of Duchess of York's rented house. Hywell Jones piece to camera. Flashback Duchess attending function at White House, wearing black and white evening gown(TX 5.12.95)

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9.6.1996 - Aung San Suu Kyi holds pro-Democracy meeting in Burma, despite risk of arrest

BURMA:
CMS Man in crowd shouting, crowd clapping and cheering. Aung San Suu Kyi (National League for Democra...

9.6.1996 - Aung San Suu Kyi holds pro-Democracy meeting in Burma, despite risk of arrest

BURMA:
CMS Man in crowd shouting, crowd clapping and cheering. Aung San Suu Kyi (National League for Democracy) climbing steps to stand at gate to talk to crowd. Crowd standing and applauding, Suu Kyi, crowd. Members of military intelligence watching crowd. Crowd sitting listening to Suu Kyi speaking. Mark Austin piece to camera. Woman sitting listening, Old man sitting listening, Suu Kyi speaking, waving and away

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14.6.1996 - Northern Ireland Peace Forum meets for first time

NORTHERN IRELAND: Belfast: Interpoint:
Former Belfast Co-op building, now known as Interpoint after being blown up, used to host Peace ...

14.6.1996 - Northern Ireland Peace Forum meets for first time

NORTHERN IRELAND: Belfast: Interpoint:
Former Belfast Co-op building, now known as Interpoint after being blown up, used to host Peace Forum. Sign on wall `Interpoint'. Chairs arranged in room housing peace forum. Chairman's seat. Sign being placed on door `Sinn Fein'. Forum Chairman John Gorman to chair in chamber for photocall and speaking to press - Hope to have a dialogue and understanding. Colin Baker piece to camera.

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15.6.1996 - Manchester city centre destroyed by IRA bomb

ENGLAND: Manchester:
Wrecked street after explosion, zoom in on debris strewn across the road, glass and bricks everywhere. Damaged bridge w...

15.6.1996 - Manchester city centre destroyed by IRA bomb

ENGLAND: Manchester:
Wrecked street after explosion, zoom in on debris strewn across the road, glass and bricks everywhere. Damaged bridge walkway in shopping centre.

Tourist amateur video shows people in street minutes after the blast.

Piece of mangled debris in street, debris behind police cordon, people along as evacuated from area, policeman ushering people away. Cloud of smoke after explosion. Interview with people on street. Policeman carrying injured woman. Medics with injured on stretcher, man with arm in sling. Small baby held by mother close shot of his face with cuts on it. Father interviewed. Brian Johnson (Greater Manchester Ambulance Service) interviewed - Injuries could have been much worse. Injured Nicholas Gardener in hospital bed and interviewed - Lucky to be alive. Aerial view of badly damaged Arndale shopping centre. Kevin Mackway -Jones (Manchester Royal Infirmary) talking to press - a pregnant woman was thrown into the air by the blast/ the baby is fine. Ben McCarthy piece to camera. Police officer at press conference. Still of van parked before explosion.

Deputy Chief Constable Malcolm Calms (Greater Manchester Police) speaking -The vehicle involved was a seven and a half ton van/gives registration. Ambulance along at speed. Right Rev Christopher Mayfield (Bishop of Manchester) interviewed - This is not the way ahead for peace.

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21.6.1996 - National Postal strike

ENGLAND: London: Mount Pleasant: Royal Mail:
Postal worker pickets dressed in 19th century costume holding up notices and cheering. Alan Johnson (UCW) interviewed...

21.6.1996 - National Postal strike

ENGLAND: London: Mount Pleasant: Royal Mail:
Postal worker pickets dressed in 19th century costume holding up notices and cheering. Alan Johnson (UCW) interviewed - team working is a key issue. Line of postal workers sitting at machinery typing post codes as letters. Graphic showing model of teamworking. Postman carrying bag along postal sorting office and out doors. Postman carrying package along from building. Richard Dykes (Royal Mail) interviewed - teamworking allows us to pay for more of the things that the union wants - like better pay. Man working at vdu in private delivery firm sorters putting letter in pigeon holes. Mark Webster piece to camera.

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28.6.1996 - Gun amnesty in wake of Dunblane killings

ENGLAND: Kent: Sheerness:
Guns handed in in guns amnesty taken from back of police van. Policeman dumping guns on ground at centre where they wi...

28.6.1996 - Gun amnesty in wake of Dunblane killings

ENGLAND: Kent: Sheerness:
Guns handed in in guns amnesty taken from back of police van. Policeman dumping guns on ground at centre where they will be destroyed. Armed policeman guarding weapons. Guns and knives emptied from sack. Handguns held, rifles on table. Large magnet picking up guns from ground

Graphic showing type of guns handed over.

Dorset:
Rocket launcher that has been handed in readied for use. Policeman holding rocket launcher. Steve Fitzpatrick (Dorset Police) interviewed - Designed to take out a tank. Target on firing range as bullets kick up dirt behind. Geoff Palmer (Kent Police) interviewed - Talks of weapons being handed in /criminals fire power greater than polices. Close shot of ammunition clip fitted to rifle.

Sheerness:
Guns dumped by magnet. Robert Hall piece to camera. Bucket splitting in 2 and guns being dropped into furnace.

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7.7.1996 - Orange march stand-off at Drumcree

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7.7.1996 - Orange march stand-off at Drumcree

NORTHERN IRELAND: Drumcree:
Soldier atop armoured vehicle, followed by more vehicles. Aerial view of orange marchers standing blocked on road by police Landrovers. Many Orangemen in orange sashes marching, lead Orangemen march up to police line blocking road, halted line of marchers. David Trimble MP (Leader UUP) in Orange sash making his way past policemen and speaking - we're still waiting and expect to be for some time. Police holding up riot shields, taking cover behind line of Landrovers as stones incoming and arrested man led towards. Police with riot shields exiting Chinook helicopter. Police along carrying riot shields. Orangemen marching.

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8.7.1996 - Wolverhampton machete attack at school

ENGLAND: Wolverhampton:
Police officer along street with group of parents outside St Luke's C of E school, past cordon. Police vehicles parked, amb...

8.7.1996 - Wolverhampton machete attack at school

ENGLAND: Wolverhampton:
Police officer along street with group of parents outside St Luke's C of E school, past cordon. Police vehicles parked, ambulance along road. Parents and children into car, children were witnesses. Discarded teddy bears and toys outside school.

New Cross hospital:
Sign 'Emergency Admissions' above hospital doorway. Javed Ervaz (Father of injured child) speaking - how can people do this to children. Simon Wallford (New Cross Hospital) - All of the injured have serious cuts. Jennifer Macintosh -I saw blood in my daughter's classroom. Supt Pat Wing (West Midlands police) interviewed - as a result of an argument a man jumped over the wall and attacked the children. Police helicopter hovers overhead. Officers in riot gear outside doorway on upper floor of block of flats. Police through doorway into flat. Andrew Simmons piece to camera.

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11.7.1996 - Nelson Mandela visits Britain (MUSIC CLEARANCE REQU...

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11.7.1996 - Nelson Mandela visits Britain (MUSIC CLEARANCE REQUIRED)

ENGLAND: London: Royal Albert Hall:
Queen Elizabeth II wearing multicoloured dress meeting group of artists with Nelson Mandela (South African President) alongside her including Phil Collins (rock musician). Group of South African musicians on stage during performance, singing traditional South African choral songs.

Westminster: Great Hall:
State trumpeters greet Mandela, Mandela along holding hands with the speaker of the House of Commons Betty Boothroyd. Mandela speaks - pays tribute to those in Britain who stood against aparatheid. Lords listening including Lord Callaghan and Lady Thatcher. Boothroyd addresses crowds - victory of human spirit over evil (of Mandela). Applause, Mandela stands to acknowledge the applause, shakes hands with people. Penny Marshall piece to camera.

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1.8.1996 - 3000 frozen embryos destroyed after reaching end of statutory storage period

ENGLAND: London:
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1.8.1996 - 3000 frozen embryos destroyed after reaching end of statutory storage period

ENGLAND: London:
Close shot of human embryo as seen under a microscope magnified. View of embryo on monitor, laboratory scientist looking through microscope, at work in fertility clinic laboratory. Interview with Professor Ian Craft (London Gynaecology and Fertility Centre). Close shot of embryos removed from liquid nitrogen with tongs. Pro-life group demonstrating holding picture of Virgin Mary and singing at vigil. Cardinal Basil Hume (Archbishop of Westminster) - allow them to die with dignity. Close shot of laboratory assistant with gloves on removing test tube and adding cells to it. Piece to camera Anya Sitaram.

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13.8.1996 - Northolt aircrash

ENGLAND:
Aerial view of motorway with private executive jet that overshot it's runway and landed onto A40 at Northolt. Emergency services at scene, van driver put on s...

13.8.1996 - Northolt aircrash

ENGLAND:
Aerial view of motorway with private executive jet that overshot it's runway and landed onto A40 at Northolt. Emergency services at scene, van driver put on stretcher into ambulance (2 passengers and van driver all injured but no fatalities). Interview with fire fighter. View of runway as if looking through front window of plane during take off. Paul Davies (ITN Journalist) piece to camera. Traffic along road during rush hour. Lisa Hogan (Irish actress) passenger in the plane driven away in car. Still of Lisa Hogan, publicity shot. Jet being removed.

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18.8.1996 - Conservative poster showing Blair with 'demon eyes'

ENGLAND: London:
Close shot of poster with Tony Blair MP (Labour leader) seen with demon eyes and slogan New Labour New Danger.

Cor...

18.8.1996 - Conservative poster showing Blair with 'demon eyes'

ENGLAND: London:
Close shot of poster with Tony Blair MP (Labour leader) seen with demon eyes and slogan New Labour New Danger.

Cornwall:
Prime Minister John Major MP (Prime Minister) along during official visit

Westminster:
Donald Dewar MP (Labour chief whip) interviewed in studio. Dr Brian Mawhinney (Conservative Party Chairman) and Michael Hesseltine MP (Deputy Prime Minister) at launch of new advertising campaign. Hand turning page of newspaper to show poster in newspaper ad. Conservative Central office building.

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27.8.1996 - Hijacked Sudan Air plane lands at Stansted

ENGLAND: Stansted Airport:
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27.8.1996 - Hijacked Sudan Air plane lands at Stansted

ENGLAND: Stansted Airport:
Sudanese plane on tarmac carrying passengers held hostage by Iraqi seeking political asylum. Plane coming into land at Stansted. Plane taxiing along. Police on tarmac. Plane door opening in dusk. Police armed and ready on runway. Hijackers allowing the passengers off the plane, fire engines at airport. Families down plane steps in distance. Hijackers along with hands raised. Police gives interview to press about the incident. Police at airport. Aerial view of plane at airport. Plane on runway with last of hijackers off plane with his hands on his head in surrender. Captain off plane last to leave plane. Armed teams into plane for search. Colin Baker piece to camera.

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28.8.1996 - Decree absolute between Prince and Princess of Wales

SCOTLAND: Grampian: Balmoral:
Queen Elizabeth II along on horse

ENGLAND: London: Somerset House:
Sign on wall 'Principal Registry...

28.8.1996 - Decree absolute between Prince and Princess of Wales

SCOTLAND: Grampian: Balmoral:
Queen Elizabeth II along on horse

ENGLAND: London: Somerset House:
Sign on wall 'Principal Registry The Family Division'. Robin West (Court Chief Clerk) speaks to press - describes the process by which the divorce became a decree absolute / took about 5 minutes. Close shot of stamp on decree absolute and names of Charles and Diana.

English National Ballet:
Diana, Princess of Wales (wearing pale blue outfit) out of car and greets Derek Deane (English National Ballet) into building. Still of Diana with Zoltan Solymosi (Senior Principal Dancer) and interviewed - it was a great honour (to meet her). Diana leaving building, on hand with her wedding and engagement rings on. Deane interviewed - slightly quieter than normal.

Kensington Palace:
Nicholas Owen piece to camera.

Flashback showing St Paul's Cathedral and royal wedding between Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer.

SCOTLAND: Strathclyde: Faslane:
John Major MP (Prime Minister) speaks to press - very sad for them

ENGLAND: London:
Diana along and into car, sitting in car as along.

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4.9.1996 - Punch magazine re-launched

ENGLAND: London:
Punch magazine official launch party, row of newly re-launched Punch magazines as jazz band play. Man drinking champagne at reception. Sir Rob...

4.9.1996 - Punch magazine re-launched

ENGLAND: London:
Punch magazine official launch party, row of newly re-launched Punch magazines as jazz band play. Man drinking champagne at reception. Sir Robin Day at party, Mohammed Al-Fayed (new proprietor of Punch) chatting and interviewed - one of funniest magazines in the world. Old copies of Punch magazines laid out on table, archived copies of first copies of magazine. Peter McKay (editor, Punch) interviewed. Close shot of Private Eye Magazine cartoon showing Punch magazine.

Interview with editor of Private Eye, Ian Hislop. First new copies of Punch held at launch party. Mr Punch puppet at party. Hywel Jones piece to camera.

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8.9.1996 - Fighting in Northern Iraq


IRAQ/KURDISTAN Border:
Tracking shot along desert past tanks and armoured personnel carriers of Iraqi army. Iraqi soldiers along. Soldier in control of town. K...

8.9.1996 - Fighting in Northern Iraq


IRAQ/KURDISTAN Border:
Tracking shot along desert past tanks and armoured personnel carriers of Iraqi army. Iraqi soldiers along. Soldier in control of town. Kurdistan Prime Minister now ousted sat on sofa interviewed by ITN's Michael Nicholson. Tracking shot along desert border between Iraq and Kurdistan with soldier digging in preparing to fight.

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15.9.1996 - Bishop of Argyll goes missing with a female parishioner

SCOTLAND: Oban:
General view of St Columba's cathedral, parishioners into cathedral for service. Still of Right Rev Roderick Wrig...

15.9.1996 - Bishop of Argyll goes missing with a female parishioner

SCOTLAND: Oban:
General view of St Columba's cathedral, parishioners into cathedral for service. Still of Right Rev Roderick Wright (disappeared with a female parishioner). Frances Shand Kydd (Mother of the Princess of Wales, close friend of bishop) speaking to press - Tell us you are safe and well. People leaving church, interviews with them. Deacon Roddy Johnston (St Columba's Cathedral, Oban) speaking to press - We don't know anything. Home of the Bishop, door to house.

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1.10.1996 - Neil Hamilton Cash for Questions libel case

ENGLAND:
Neil Hamilton MP (Former Trade Minister) and his wife Christine Hamilton out of court. Sir Gordon Downey (Parliamentary Commissioner...

1.10.1996 - Neil Hamilton Cash for Questions libel case

ENGLAND:
Neil Hamilton MP (Former Trade Minister) and his wife Christine Hamilton out of court. Sir Gordon Downey (Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards) along and interviewed - talks about his investigation. Hamilton, his wife and his lawyer out of building. Mohammed Al-Fayed walking through Harrods food hall (which he owns). Hamilton interviewed - if Mr Fayed does give money away, it didn't come to me / haven't read The Guardian this morning, so can't comment on the allegations that they have made.

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16.1.1996 - Cullen report on Dunblane massacre asking for sweeping changes in gun laws

ENGLAND: Northampton: Sywell Ranges:
Close shot of semi-automatic pistol held in anonymous hand and fired on r...

16.1.1996 - Cullen report on Dunblane massacre asking for sweeping changes in gun laws

ENGLAND: Northampton: Sywell Ranges:
Close shot of semi-automatic pistol held in anonymous hand and fired on range, Man seen aiming and firing, magazine filled with bullets, man covering up bullet holes on paper target. Graphic of Cullen and Government recommendations. Line of people shooting at targets, including women, close back view of people using semi-automatic pistol, close shot of .22 bullet held, close shot of .357 bullet held. Close shot of man's face as holds up pistol facing camera, self-loading automatic pistol, paper target as bullet hole appears. Pistol held and fired. Interview with gun club members - not happy with proposals.

SCOTLAND: Dunblane:
Ann Pearston (Snowdrop appeal) speaking at press conference - Why are they messing about with compromise/ wasn't Dunblane enough/ if don't give us what we want will vote you out/ not going to stop/ want them all banned.

ENGLAND: Northampton:
Man and woman shooting at range. Graphic of gun law proposed and disposal.

SCOTLAND: Sterling: Albert Halls:
Former Deputy Assistant Chief Constable Douglas McMurdo (issued Hamilton with gun licence) towards out of inquiry and into car. Det Sergeant Paul Hughes (recommended Hamilton's gun licence be revoked) into car. Still of Thomas Hamilton (gunman who murdered children in Dunblane).

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20.10.1996 - Thousands demonstrate against police handling of Belgium paedophile murders

BELGIUM: Brussels:
Aerial view of hundreds of people gathering in street demonstrating against the police ha...

20.10.1996 - Thousands demonstrate against police handling of Belgium paedophile murders

BELGIUM: Brussels:
Aerial view of hundreds of people gathering in street demonstrating against the police handling of paedophile murder case, people with white balloons on 'white march'. Poster showing picture of murdered child, held by girl, elderly woman protester. Sabine Dardenne and Laetitia Delheze (girls freed from underground cell by police) appear before crowd crying. Father of one of murdered girls amid crowd, interviews with people marching. Sabine Dardenne and Laetitia Delheze shake Belgian MP Jean-Luc Dehaene. Riot police remove barriers in road, police in line dodge missiles thrown by some angry protesters.

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22.10.1996 - Ridings school teachers threaten to strike unless 60 disruptive pupils are expelled

ENGLAND: Halifax: Ridings School:
Close shot of sign for 'The Ridings School' pull out to general vi...

22.10.1996 - Ridings school teachers threaten to strike unless 60 disruptive pupils are expelled

ENGLAND: Halifax: Ridings School:
Close shot of sign for 'The Ridings School' pull out to general view of building. Brian Garvey (NASUWT Union) interviewed. Kelly Mallington (Former pupil) interviewed who left because of bullies. Still Karen Stansfield (Headteacher). Classroom seen through window. Graphic showing exclusion factors. General views of school. Gillian Shephard MP (Education Secretary) interviewed. Piece to camera Tony Barnes.

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6.11.1996 - Bill Clinton re-elected as US President

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Plane coming into land at airport, Bill Clinton (US President) and his wife Hillary Clinton down steps of plane, wavi...

6.11.1996 - Bill Clinton re-elected as US President

ITN / POOL
USA: Washington:
Plane coming into land at airport, Bill Clinton (US President) and his wife Hillary Clinton down steps of plane, waving. Motorcade along road to White House, Clinton outside White House with wife, both wave. Clinton interviewed - the American people want us to roll up our sleeves and get together and build our future. Clinton with wife and their daughter Chelsea Clinton waving to large gathered crowd of supporters. Clinton at podium addresses rally - feel humble in the face of this victory. Views around the country of the results coming in people watching election on large screens. Clinton waving at crowds, hugging his wife and daughter as they watch fireworks go off. Clinton at podium with official and his wife and daughter held in his arms. Clinton plays a game of hide and seek with the girl. Clinton surrounded by supporters and his family on stage, Vice President Al Gore by his side. Gore shouting 'We did it'. Clinton congratulating his staff. Waving from balcony with Hillary and Gore with his wife Tipper Gore.

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7.11.1996 - Zaire refugee crisis

ZAIRE: Goma:
Refugees (suffering from severe shortage of food and water) from camps struggle to get at van with food aid on it, boxes handed out to desperate crowd ...

7.11.1996 - Zaire refugee crisis

ZAIRE: Goma:
Refugees (suffering from severe shortage of food and water) from camps struggle to get at van with food aid on it, boxes handed out to desperate crowd of people, boxes flying over heads of people. People fighting over food aid as it drops on the floor. People streaming through gap in fence to get at food aid, security guards fighting back at crowds hitting them. People held back from food store by men with large sticks. People held back pleading for food. International Red Cross workers on board van along road, wearing Red Cross vests collecting the dead of civil war. Civilians dead and dying. Distressing scenes of very sick children lying in hospital beds with wounds from the fighting, boy with burnt arm, flies around it. Another with burn cream on his arm looking very thin and ill crying out in pain. Parents sitting on beds with their children. Close shot of little boy with bandage around his head and back eating. Another with eye patch over his eye looks at camera. Tracking shot along road, empty streets, soldiers stopping press van with Robert Moore (ITN journalist) in. Moore out of car and talks to soldiers. Piece to camera Moore driving along front line of fighting. General view of refugees sat around on grass in camp, cooking pots on floor children eating. Baby crying in mother's arms looks thin. Tracking shot along past empty village huts. People walking along road carrying their belongings along road on head. Interview with Ray Wilkinson (UN High Commission for Refugees). Children running along fighting for food aid, boy with box of aid. Family look into the camera, little children and their parents at camp. Young boy holds his baby brother.

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20.11.1996 - Fire in the Channel Tunnel causes shutdown

FRANCE: Calais:
Smoke blackened locomotive at station, wagons and lorries on board part of Channel Tunnel train recovered. Geoff Waghorn (Tru...

20.11.1996 - Fire in the Channel Tunnel causes shutdown

FRANCE: Calais:
Smoke blackened locomotive at station, wagons and lorries on board part of Channel Tunnel train recovered. Geoff Waghorn (Truck driver) interviewed - Talks of what he lost in fire. Graphic showing delays. Channel Tunnel Safety Committee meeting including former nuclear inspector Eddy Ryder. Le Shuttle along past another stationary at platform, entrance to tunnel with light shining inside. Alain Bertrand (Operations Director, Eurotunnel) interviewed - Close tunnel when do maintenance. Smoke blackened Le Shuttle train. Hywell Jones. Peter Harries (Lorry driver) towards in hotel and puts briefcase (which he recovered from burnt lorry) on table and interviewed.

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28.11.1996 - E-Coli outbreak in Lanarkshire

SCOTLAND: Lanarkshire: Wishaw:
John M Barr & son butchers shop (where the infected meat is alleged to have come from). Sign re closure of butchers. Publi...

28.11.1996 - E-Coli outbreak in Lanarkshire

SCOTLAND: Lanarkshire: Wishaw:
John M Barr & son butchers shop (where the infected meat is alleged to have come from). Sign re closure of butchers. Public health official (in white overalls) out of van, into butcher's, official answering door but says will not comment.

Airdrie:
Monklands General Hospital (where some of those infected have been admitted).

Glasgow:
Glasgow Royal Infirmary (where pensioner remains critical)

Wishaw:
Street scenes, interviews with local women about how local health authority has handled the outbreak.

Lanarkshire: Health Board:
Dr Martin Donaghy (Lanarks Health Board) being interviewed (not heard).

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23.12.1996 - Hostages freed from Japanese Embassy in Peru

PERU: Lima:
Roger Church (released hostage and senior British diplomat) speaks - difficult few days/ delighted to be reunited. Japanese Amb...

23.12.1996 - Hostages freed from Japanese Embassy in Peru

PERU: Lima:
Roger Church (released hostage and senior British diplomat) speaks - difficult few days/ delighted to be reunited. Japanese Ambassador's residence (where hostages being held), window with MRTA flag displayed. Church speaking- No-one was mistreated during my time in captivity. Church and other released hostages boarding bus (just after being set free by MRTA guerrillas who stormed the embassy), woman relative crying, more hostages being greeted. Firewoman Rosa Maria del Busto (father is hostage) waiting. Buses of hostages arrive, Rosa celebrates as father arrives on last bus, Busto interviewed, bus of released hostages away. Hywel Jones piece to camera.

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