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World: The Clouded Window #959831

PBS Special for Thursday, Feb 02, 1978

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A look at international news coverage both by US network news and foreign news programs with Daniel Schorr. Features news from around the world with behind the scenes looks at decision making by NBC and BBC. Comments and pieces by John Chancellor (NBC), Joseph Angotti (NBC), Michael McClear (CTV), Anthony Thomas (Yorkshire Television), Elaine Belli, Bill Thomas, Mike Wallace (CBS), Claude Erbsen, Michael Goldsmith, Vidya Choran Shuka, George Mbuguss, Godwin Matatu (Africa Magsazine).
Duration:
00:59:00

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