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The meetings that made history

Summits, a new series from the BBC, is written and hosted by David Reynolds, Professor of International History at the University and a Fellow of Christ's College.

Using newly-released archive documents, the film goes behind the scenes to understand what leaders like Khruschev and Kennedy really thought of each other, as well as the consequences of their meetings for the world at large.

The director is Russell Barnes, who was taught by Professor Reynolds whilst a student at Christ's College. The two also collaborated on the documentaries Churchill's Forgotten Years and The Improbable Mr Attlee in 2005.

The series spotlights three of these meetings: the 1938 Munich conference between Hitler and Chamberlain on the future of Czechoslovakia's Sudetenland, the 1961 Vienna summit – a face-off between Kennedy and Khrushchev, dominated by a possible war over Berlin – and the 1985 Geneva summit, where the chemistry between Gorbachev and Reagan began a chain reaction that helped produce a peaceful end to the Cold War.

‘At the summit', Professor Reynolds says, ‘those vast forces that shape history – military, economic, cultural – are focused in two men eyeball-to-eyeball across the negotiating table.'

The series grows out of a course he teaches on Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin in the Second World War. Keen to bring the conferences between the leaders to life, Reynolds encourages his students to write and perform role-plays of what might have gone on in the gaps between the meetings, drawing on documents that have survived.. He says wryly: ‘Our best Stalins have usually been female – make of that what you will.'

Although not unique to the last 100 years, summits have attained an unprecedented importance. Professor Reynolds views Chamberlain's visit to Munich as the first of the modern summits – made possible by international air travel, made necessary by weapons of mass destruction, and made into headline news by the mass media.

The series is linked to Professor Reynolds' book Summits: Six Meeting That Shaped the Twentieth Century. It examines the three summits covered by the television series, as well as the 1945 Yalta conference, the 1972 Moscow summit and 1978's Camp David accords.

BBC 4's Summits will air weekly on Wednesdays at 9pm, starting on 30 January. The first programme will cover the Munich conference.