BBC WORLD SERVICE PROGRAMME ON HOLODOMOR...TODAY

UK
28.04.10




Every day, the BBC’s World Service broadcasts a history programme, “Witness”, which hears from people who lived through world events. 

In Ukraine in the 1930s millions of people starved to death in a famine which became known as the Holodomor. Years of bad harvests were exacerbated by Soviet policies, leading to mass starvation. Alan Johnston has been investigating memories of that time.

This extremely well produced programme will be aired today at the following (UK) times:  05.50, 08.50, 11.50, 23.50.

You can listen to the programme by clicking the link here for the BBC World Service's i-player.

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