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  1. Robert Carr on his house being bombed (1975)

    Genre
    Interview

    Former Conservative Home Secretary Robert Carr recounts his experience of having his house bombed, and about being cautious and vigilant, but brave, in the face of the risks so many prominent persons,...

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  2. John Gilbert on role as Minister of Transport (1975)

    Genre
    Interview

    Minister of Transport John Gilbert on speed limits on roads, drink driving, including alcohol limits and penalties, and seatbelt laws. Steps to introduce reforms will be put to Parliament. Female interviewer...

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  3. Nancy Tait on asbestos disease (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Nancy Tait of the Occupational and Environmental Diseases Association, discusses asbestosis. She believes the risks that come from asbestos are not being treated seriously enough, and the risk to workers...

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  4. Asbestos on Tube (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    John McMorrow of NUR interviewed on asbestos problem on London’s Tube system. Although levels not officially at those considered harmful to health, he claims workers are falling ill and something should be...

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  5. Asbestos on Tube (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Dr Andrew Raffle, Chief Medical Officer of London Transport, on levels of asbestos in the London Tube network and disagreements with NUR over measuring standards used. Male interviewer not identified (poss....

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  6. Firemen on plans to strike (1977)

    Genre
    Vox pop

    Interviews with firemen (not identified) on the dangers they face and why they are going to strike over pay demands. Male reporter not identified (poss. Steve Sailah).

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  7. Firemen’s strike - Government broadcast (1977)

    Genre
    Public information; Special; Speech

    Broadcast by a Government minister (Home Secretary Merlyn Rees?) on the Government stance on the firemen’s dispute over wages, cover to be provided for fire services during the strike and giving...

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  8. Firemen’s strike - Northern Ireland (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with a fireman on the firemen’s strike in Northern Ireland and why they are striking with the mainland firemen over wages. Male speaker and interviewer not identified.

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  9. Firemen’s strike - Deserve a pay increase (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with a female MP (not identified) on the firemen’s wage claims which she says are not unreasonable and the Government should look to bring the end of the dispute. Male interviewer not identified.

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  10. Granville rail disaster (1977)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Douglas Cameron? interviews Tony Townsend? on the Granville rail disaster near Sydney in Australia and the rescue operation.

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