British Broadcasting Corporation
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence regarding various television and radio programmes for the B.B.C., Granada Television and Southern Television, including correspondence with the Admiralty, Dr A. Hunter, the Malayan Mathematical Society and the British Council.
Correspondence with the B.B.C. regarding radio and television science programmes, filming at the Royal Greenwich Observatory and the provision of broadcasting material.
General correspondence with, among others, the British Horological Institute; the Minister of State for Education and Science; Blackie and Son Ltd, publishers; Magdalene College, Cambridge; the University of Sussex; and the British Astronomical Association. The letters include correspondence with the B.B.C. regarding broadcasts on or by Sir Richard Woolley and the Royal Greenwich Observatory.
General correspondence with, among others, the British Horological Institute; the London Planetarium; the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh; Brasenose College, Oxford; the B.B.C.; and Blackie and Son, publishers. The subjects include Sir Richard Woolley's book 'A Key to the Stars'.
General correspondence with, among others, the British Horological Institute; Professor Blackett of Imperial College; the B.B.C.; and Allhallows School, near Lyme Regis. The subjects include the Isaac Newton Telescope.
General correspondence with the Inner London Education Authority, the University of Leicester and others. The correspondence includes letters regarding Lewes Golf Club, with two copies of Sir Richard Woolley's address for the club's opening. There is also correspondence with Patrick Moore concerning the B.B.C.'s 'The Sky at Night'.
General correspondence with, among others, the B.B.C.; the Imperial College of Science and Technology, London; and Sir Harry Melville of Queen Mary College, London. The letters include correspondence with Patrick Moore regarding the B.B.C.'s 'The Sky at Night'.
The script of the B.B.C. Home Service radio broadcast 'Scrapbook for 1927: "Between the Wars"' by Leslie Baily, 27 pages, which included a contribution by P.J. Melotte.