1960s Documents

Archive documents, including minutes of internal BBC meetings, provide a unique view of the issues of the day and how they were covered.

The Big Snow

The Big Snow, 1963 - Controller’s Report - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes, May 1963

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BBC News, 1960s

BBC News in the 1960s - Desmond Taylor, Editor Network Television News - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council, Sept 1966

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Good & Bad News

Good and Bad News - Controller’s Report - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council minutes, June 1966

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Oxford Union Debate

Oxford Union Debate - Controller’s Report - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes, January 1968

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Telling the Whole Story

Telling the Whole Story - Controller’s Report - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes January 1969

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Negative Reaction

Negative Reaction to BBC News Reporting - Cecil Taylor - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes, April 1969

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Political Events, 1969

Swiftly Moving Political Events - Controller’s Report - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes, June 1969

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Council Minutes, 1969

Advisory Council Statement on BBC News - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes, October 1969

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Deteriorating Situation

A Deteriorating Situation - Controller’s Report - BBC Northern Ireland Advisory Council Minutes, October 1969

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