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  1. Lord Butler on Suez crisis (1976)

    Genre
    Interview

    Tony Tucker interviews Lord Butler (Richard Austen Butler, otherwise known as Rab Butler) of Saffron Walden about the Suez Crisis in 1956, the actions of Anthony Eden and involvement of the USA. Butler was...

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  2. Carolyn Oxton on all-woman swamp expedition (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Carolyn Oxton, a member of the All-Woman Swamp Expedition, tells how the group is about to journey through the Atrato Swamp of Columbia, South America, on Avon inflatable motor boats. They plan to document...

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  3. Denis Howell castigated over waterways (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Robert Bean, British Waterways Board, on a House of Commons Select Committee report criticising Energy Minister Denis Howell over treatment of UK waterways and canals.

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  4. Mark Baldwin on British Waterways report (1978)

    Genre
    Interview

    Mark Baldwin, Vice-Chairman of the Inland Waterways Association, says money is needed to repair the country’s canals and waterways. He is interviewed following the release of a Select Committee critical...

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  5. Impressions of Israel (1980)

    Genre
    Documentary; Interview; Music

    Carol Allen visits Israel to discover the people behind the headlines, including the high inflation, interest in politics, tourism, religious life, life on the kibbutz. Speaks to: Israel correspondent Peter...

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  6. John Heap on decline of canals (1981)

    Genre
    Interview

    John Heap, Chairman of the Inland Waterways Association, on the decline of canals. He says the British Waterways Board does not have enough money to make vital repairs. Male interviewer not identified.

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  7. Marion Crofts murder reconstruction (1981)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on the police reconstruction of the murder of 14-year-old Marion Crofts in Aldershot, Hampshire (rape and murder was on 06/06/81). Includes interview with Hampshire Detective Chief Inspector Harry...

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  8. Murder hunt in Hayes (1982)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Detective Superintendent Tony Lundy, about a murder hunt in Hayes, Middlesex, after an unidentified female body was retrieved from the Grand Union Canal. Female reporter not identified. (The...

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  9. First new canal for 90 years opens (1995)

    Genre
    Interview; Music; News report

    Lizzie Knight reports on the decision of British Waterways to open the first stretch of canal to be built for ninety years. It forms part of the Aire and Calder Navigation in Yorkshire. Includes interview...

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