Broadcasting: Senior Citizen Khrushchev

Nikita Khrushchev obviously had something to say, but since he fell from power in 1964 he hadn't had a chance to say it out loud. On July 11, NBC will televise an hour-long collection of Khrushchev views and interviews.

Two-thirds of the program, entitled Khrushchev in Exile—His Opinions and Revelations, consists of films of the ex-Premier during and prior to his reign. The remaining third is made up of taped interviews and movies—mostly in color —made recently on his seven-acre dacha, Petrovo Dalneye, on the Moskva River, 18 miles west of Moscow. U.S. viewers will see Nikita Sergeevich building small...

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