British Broadcasting Corporation
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
'BBC', 1968 - 1975
The files include references, application forms, reports and CVs for ERL's students, and papers relating to publications, lecture tours and membership of academic bodies. Files survive from at least 2 systems, a distinct break being made in 1966 on ERL's election as Provost of King's College, and in several different formats. However, it would appear that earlier sequences were incorporated into later for ease of reference. They are here arranged and described in one alphabetical list.
'BBC', 1950 - 1974
The files have been listed as found.
'BBC', 1977 - 1983
The files have been listed as found.
Autograph manuscript on mechanical mass production, sensibility and beauty.
BBC, 1939 - 1948
BBC: Audience Research Methods, 1978 - 1979
Papers relating to BBC meetings discussing audience research methods. With a copy of a document entitled 'H. L. R.'s observations on Dr. Abrams's report on the Listener Research Department' (n.d.).
BBC: correspondence, 1983-10 - 1986-11
BBC: Further Education, 1950 - 1955
File of papers originally enclosed in file entitled 'BBC - Further Education etc', with copies of audience research reports on radio programmes, and correspondence between Abrams and Joseph Trenaman, Further Education Officer, BBC.
BBC Propaganda Research, 1940 - 1948
Analyses of foreign broadcast propaganda and miscellaneous papers relating to Mark Abrams's work for the BBC Overseas Research Unit during World War II.
BBC: 'Social Class in Britain Today', 1956 - 1957
Working papers for Mark Abrams's four-part BBC Home Service radio series 'Social Class in Britain Today' (January 1957), produced by B. C. [Bee] Horton. Includes copies of four 'As Recorded' BBC scripts, read by Mark Abrams; letters from members of the public regarding the series and Abrams's work (x25); and Abrams's notes, drafts, and press cuttings.
'British Broadcasting Corporation Services for Broadcasting', 1930
Published by the BBC (London, 1930).
'Committee on the Future of Broadcasting', 1977 - 1982
This file comprises scripts for broadcasts, lectures and talks to the following groups:
1. The Educational Foundation for Visual Aids
2. The Library Association
3. British Chamber of Commerce, France
4. Public Relations Consultants' Association
5. Incorporated Society of British Advertisers Ltd
6. Formica International Ltd
7. BBC World Service.
Correspondence about House of Lords' debates on the BBC World Service, 1981 - 1986
Correspondence between E.M. Forster and the BBC, 1955 - 1956
1 autograph letter, signed, from J. Gilmour; 1 autograph letter, signed, from R.L. Marris; 3 typed letters, signed, from P.H. Newby; 4 typed letters, signed, from J.C. Thornton. 1955-6.
3 autograph letters, signed, and 4 typed letters, signed, from E.M. Forster.
1 autograph letter, signed, from E.M. Forster to K.W. Wedderburn of the Cambridge Humanists Society. 1955-6.
To request this envelope, please use the following call mark: 18/BBC
F4. 'BBC', 1950 - 1989
The series is incomplete.
General media correspondence, 1984-09 - 1987-05
Home, 1938 - 1946
BBC administrative papers and broadcast guidelines.
Letter from C. A. Siepmann to Clive Bell, 1929-10-30
1 typed letter signed, annotated on the reverse by Clive Bell.
Letter from J.M. Wober to NGA, 1995-08-16
1 typed letter signed. This file includes a copy of 'House of Commons National Heritage Committee. Second Report. The Future of the BBC. Vol. III' (HMSO, 2 Dec. 1993).
Letters from J. B. Trend to Edward Dent, 1941 - 1944
59 autograph letters signed, with 29 envelopes. The file also contains 1 typed letter signed from K. A. Wright to Trend, 11 Mar. 1941, on paper headed 'British Broadcasting Corporation'; and 1 autograph letter signed from Winaretta de Polignac to Edward Dent, 2 Aug. 1943.