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I did not intend to watch last night's program on Ch.4 but was drawn into it. I was amazed how little I knew about this 'quiet' time in our history, and was captivated by the scope of the presentation and it's cover. I am not normally a greatfan of Andrew Marr, remembering the Blair years but was swept away by the production, which held me enthralled until the end. My congratulations to everyone concerned, and my profound hope that |Andrew, who appeared rather frail, at times during the show, will be around for a long time to come. Tony Brown
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