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Local radio : a lecture by Donald Edwards, General Manager, Local Radio Development, at the fourth of the sixth series of lunch-time lectures in the Concert Hall at Broadcasting House, 24 January 1968
Bib ID 4653500
Format BookBook
Author
Edwards, Donald
 
Description London : British Broadcasting Corp., 1968 
14 p. ; 22 cm. 
Series

Lunch-time lectures (British Broadcasting Corporation) ; 6th ser., 4

Subjects Radio broadcasting -- Great Britain.
Other authors/contributors British Broadcasting Corporation
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100 1 |aEdwards, Donald.
245 1 0 |aLocal radio :|ba lecture by Donald Edwards, General Manager, Local Radio Development, at the fourth of the sixth series of lunch-time lectures in the Concert Hall at Broadcasting House, 24 January 1968.
260 |aLondon :|bBritish Broadcasting Corp.,|c1968.
300 |a14 p. ;|c22 cm.
490 1 |aBBC lunch-time lectures. Sixth series ;|v4
650 0 |aRadio broadcasting|zGreat Britain.
710 2 |aBritish Broadcasting Corporation.
830 0 |aLunch-time lectures (British Broadcasting Corporation) ;|v6th ser., 4
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