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BBC - Talks, 1930-10-02 - 1940-04-16

Reference Code: GBR/0014/HMTN 3/4

Scope and Contents

Photocopies of transcripts, and one original transcript, of Mary Agnes Hamilton's BBC broadcasts. Comprising: 'The Week in Geneva' (relayed from Geneva), 2 October 1930; 'The Month in the North II', 25 November 1930; 'The Month in the North III', 23 December 1930; 'The Week in Westminster', 15 April 1931; 'The Week in Westminster', 30 September 1931; 'The Boat Train', 4 June 1934; 'Have You Been Following the News?', 19 November 1938; 'Some Doings of the Week', 3 May 1939; 'Calling All Women: An Appreciation of Mrs [Ray] Strachey', 25 July 1940; 'Book Review: If Hitler Comes, by Douglas Brown and Christopher Serpell', 13 July 1941; 'America and the Dollar Crisis', 5 August 1949; 'Book Review: Into the Wind, the autobiography of Lord Reith', 5 December 1949; 'Woman's Hour: I Knew Her - Beatrice Webb', 9 March 1953; 'The Soviet World: Mr. Khrushchev's Most Pressing Problem - Corn', 7 May 1956; 'This Day and Age: Book Review of The Life and Times of Ernest Bevin', 16 April 1960. Photocopies acquired from the BBC Written Archives Centre and arranged by Robert V. Adamson.


  • 1930-10-02 - 1940-04-16

Conditions Governing Access

The collection is open for consultation by researchers using Churchill Archives Centre, Churchill College, Cambridge.


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Finding aid date

2019-01-18 14:06:35+00:00

Repository Details

Part of the Churchill Archives Centre Repository

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