Hayes on Sunday

Hayes on Sunday
Interview; Discussion; Music; Talk show; Phone-in
TX Date
10 Jul 1977
Year of production
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In Hayes on Sunday, Brian Hayes looks back at his morning programmes of the week and the people in the news to whom he spoke: miners’ union leader Arthur Scargill, on wage demands and possible industrial action; Lord Vaizey (John Ernest Vaizey), economist, on Phase 3 of the wage policy; Larry Lamb, editor of The Sun, on the Royal Commission report on the press; Bamber Gascoigne talking about his 13-part TV series, Christians, and difficulties in portraying the story. And we hear nominations by the public for a dictator for Britain in a telephone poll. Ends with guitar music by John Williams.
Brian Hayes; Larry Lamb; Arthur Scargill; John Williams; Bamber Gascoigne; John Ernest Vaizey
Trade unions; The Sun; Wages; Wage policy; Newspaper press; Coal miners; Christianity; Dictatorship; Christians

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