Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change: When and how to watch tonigh…

A new documentary detailing the relationship between Tony Blair and Gordon Brown will air tonight on BBC.

The two politicians are responsible for the formation of New Labour, with five episodes of Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change following the pair’s journey by 13-years of strength.

It’s a partnership that has been well proven over the years; once a close duo which brought Labour back to government in 1997, it ended in bitter feuding.

The series will analyze how Blair and Brown regenerated and modernised the Labour party in the 90s, all the way by to the end of its millennial reign in 2010. 

Here’s how to watch Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change and everything you need to know…

What time is Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change tonight?

The first episode of Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change will air on Monday October 4 at 9pm on BBC Two. 

The following four episodes will air every Monday at the same time until Monday November 1, when the final episode will show. 

Where can I watch Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change?

All the episodes of Blair & Brown: The New Labour dramatical change will air on BBC2. 

However, if you miss the first viewing, don’t worry – each episode will air again on Friday evenings on BBC2 at 11:05pm. 

And if Fridays don’t work for you, the episodes will be obtainable on BBC iPlayer shortly after broadcast. 

What is each episode about? 

Each of the five episodes will follow a section of New Labour’s 13-year reign. 

Episode one looks at Blair and Brown’s quest to modernise the Labour party in the 1990s. 

Episode two explores the successes of the duo in the later 90s and growing tension between their aides. 

A rocky midterm in the run up to the second election is the focus of episode three, while episode four documents Blair’s decision to stand with America following the 9/11 attacks and later involvement in the war against Afghanistan. 

The series culminates in Brown’s premiership and the economic crisis of 2008. 

 



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