Bush House Inside Out: Celebrating 80 Years of International Broadcasting

Last updated: 16 july, 2012 - 11:49 GMT

As the BBC World Service leaves Bush House for a new home, Razia Iqbal takes a look at the writers who have worked there, such as George Orwell, V.S. Naipaul and Georgi Markov including many others. How was their writing influenced by their work for the BBC?

Anna Horsbrugh-Porter reflects on what Bush House has meant to her, other BBC colleagues and to listeners everywhere else.

The story of Irving T Bush, the American businessman who built the iconic home of the BBC World Service in London.

John Tusa delves into the archive and tells the story of BBC World Service in Bush House from 1941 to its departure in 2012.

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