Browse subject - Programme Making - Radio


William Joyce, aka Lord Haw-Haw.Lord Haw-Haw :
The Nazi broadcaster who threatened Britain

15 programmes, 11 documents

Archive pioneer Aline Carter listens to a phonograph recording of Gladstone.Archive Pioneers :
Saviours of sound at the BBC

6 programmes, 1 gallery


Directive Instructing Programme Makers to Take Care with Russia
Written: 1940
BBC bosses advise programme makers to tread carefully when referring to Russia.

Memos Regarding Jokes about Russia
Written: 1941
As Germany invades Russia, the BBC ponders the appropriateness of humour.

Memo Showing Programming Decisions about Russia
Written: 1941
Scrutiny of the BBC intensifies.

Policy Directive on News Values
Written: 1941
How to balance news reporting with morale building.

Letter from Guy Burgess to Anthony Blunt
Written: 1938
Burgess, as a BBC producer, advises Blunt about speaking on the radio

Internal Memo from Schools Department about Enid Blyton.
Written: 1938
The work of Enid Blyton receives a critical review.

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