Churchill is completely marginalized following the election of Nevill Chamberlain as P.M. Chamberlain pursues a policy of appeasement and orders ministers to cut defense spending. He also ... See full summary »

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Ferdinand Fairfax (story line), William Humble

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Hardy ... Winston Churchill
Siân Phillips ... Clementine Churchill
Nigel Havers ... Randolph Churchill
Katharine Levy Katharine Levy ... Mary Churchill
Tim Pigott-Smith ... Brendan Bracken
David Swift ... Professor Lindemann
Sherrie Hewson ... Mrs. Pearman
David Quilter David Quilter ... Wing-Commander Torr Anderson
Peter Barkworth ... Stanley Baldwin
Eric Porter ... Neville Chamberlain
Edward Woodward ... Sir Samuel Hoare
Tony Mathews Tony Mathews ... Anthony Eden
Ian Collier Ian Collier ... Harold Macmillan
Richard Murdoch Richard Murdoch ... Lord Halifax
Walter Gotell ... Lord Swinton
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Churchill is completely marginalized following the election of Nevill Chamberlain as P.M. Chamberlain pursues a policy of appeasement and orders ministers to cut defense spending. He also brings a civil servant, Sir Horace Wilson on as an aide. Lord Halifax broaches the subject of disarmament with Goehrin which causes Anthony Eden to resign as foreign minister. After promising Churchill that there will be no more accommodations, Chamberlain flies to Munich to meet with Hitler on Czechoslovakia. Written by Havan Ironoak

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18 October 1981 (UK) See more »

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