British Broadcasting Corporation
Dates and places
1922: Founded as the British Broadcasting Company
London, Greater London
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
The scripts of programmes transmitted on the African Service as part of the African Theatre and the Writers' Club.
The transcript of a B.B.C. Home Service talk of 16 February 1967.
Transcripts of a telediphone recording of a 'Conference' on Rhodesia between Patrick Wall, M.P., John Hatch and George Nyandoro, with David Holden in the chair, broadcast on the Home Service on 29 June 1965.
The transcript of 'Europa', a B.B.C. 2 television programme of 14 January 1969 on the Commonwealth, linked with the Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference of that period. The programme was presented by Derek Hart, and the contents included a U.A.R. t.v. film on Aden, a Polish t.v. film on Fiji and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation film 'Imperial sunset'. The typescript is an unedited transcript with many omissions and incomplete sentences.
Correspondence, programme plans and press cuttings.
Two scripts from the B.B.C. series 'Second thoughts on aid'.