Rise And Fall Of Margaret Thatcher, The
These three outstanding BBC productions portray the political career of Margaret Thatcher from her fight to get selected for a "winnable" Tory sear to her handling of the Falklands War and finally to her last days in power. The Rise and Fall of Margaret Thatcher provides a unique insight into the fascinating life of one of the most significant political figures in British history.
Margaret Thatcher - The Long Walk to Finchley
Margaret Roberts is an ambitious twenty-something research chemist on the first rungs of the ladder to Parliament. But is the Conservative Party ready for a young woman to speak her mind? The Long Walk to Finchley imagines what Thatcher's journey to power might have been like.
The Falklands Play
The Falklands Play portrays the backroom story of the Falklands War. The play, once deemed too controversial to produce, provides a gripping account of how Margaret Thatcher and her government faced one of the biggest crises in British foreign affairs.
Thatcher's astonishing downfall was one of the most extraordinary stories of political assassination ever seen. This intimate portrayal shoes the private figure behind the public persona as she loses the one thing she really cares about - power.