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Iraq: The Bloody Circus

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posted on Jan, 7 2006 @ 10:50 PM
Iraq: The Bloody Circus 9 - 12 January 2006. A week of programmes about Iraq, exploring the reasons why we went to war, and how the Arabs view the West.

Three new provocative documentaries which offer a range of critical perspectives on the war in Iraq and its devastating consequences are
to air in britain as part of The Bloody Circus series on the More4 channel,

Why We Went to War
A revelatory examination of how Tony Blair reached the decision to join America in the invasion of Iraq.
Time: 21:00 to 22:35 (1 hour and 35 minutes long).
When: Monday 9th January.

Why The Arabs Hate The West
Palestinian academic, author and al-Jazeera broadcaster Khaled Hroub argues that the actions of Western powers have generated a furious resentment within the Middle East.
Time: 21:00 to 22:00 (1 hour long).
When: Wednesday 11th January

TV Iraqi Style
Confined to their homes because of curfews, and often too afraid to venture onto the streets, the Iraqi population has become a captive audience for the bourgeoning TV channels.
Time: 21:00 to 22:00 (1 hour long).
When: Thursday 12th January

I'm keen to see just how provocative these terrestrial TV documentaries are, espesialy Why We Went to War it'll be interesting to see the so called dramatic reconstructions that portray the fraught conversations between Blair, Bush, his cabinet and advisors as they debated the decision to go to war. should make very interesting viewing.

All the best... ian

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