The news and current-affairs programme looks at the implications of the end of the Cuban missile crisis. Hosted by Richard Dimbleby, studio discussions are chaired by Robin Day in Washington and James Mossman at home, with guests including the Right Honourable Harold Wilson and the Right Honourable Earl of Home, who discuss Britain's role in the crisis.
John Morgan reports from checkpoint Bravo in Berlin on whether the Soviet position there will change as a result of Khrushchev's climbdown. Sir William Hayter, a former Ambassador to Moscow, is certain that this is not the beginning of world peace.
Aired: 29 Oct 1962