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  1. Belson report on television violence (1977)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Interview with Dr. William Belson about his report, Television Violence and the Adolescent Boy, on television violence and need to reduce the amount of violence shown on TV. Male reporter not identified...

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  2. 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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  3. Tom Jackson reacts to Budget (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Reaction to Dennis Healey’s Autumn Budget by Tom Jackson, postal workers union leader, discusses various rebates and payments and effect on economy and wage settlements. Some background noise. Male...

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  4. President Tito of Yugoslavia at 85 (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with journalist Chris Cviic, about President Tito of Yugoslavia as he celebrates his 85th birthday. His personality and achievements, popularity and preparations for succession and possible...

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  5. Sir Geoffrey Howe gives performance at luncheon (1977)

    Genre
    Music; News report; Speech

    Sir Geoffrey Howe, at the British Electrical Manufacturers’ Christmas luncheon, sings a carol which he has entitled, The Tax Payers’ Carol. Howe explains his performance; his aim was to make politics a...

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  6. Tony Benn on energy conservation (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Energy Secretary Tony Benn declares his plans to spend 300 million pounds on energy conservation over 4 years. He claims the returns on this programme could be as large as 700 million pounds a year, in ten...

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  7. Andrew Mackay win in Stetchford (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with Conservative candidate, Andrew Mackay, on his by-election win in Stetchford, Birmingham, result’s effect on Lib-Lab pact and possible reflection of national view. Male interviewer not...

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  8. Islington siege (1977)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Interview with local independent councillor (poss. Frederick Johns) during a continuing siege in a council flat at Myddelton Passage in Islington, north London, after 42-year-old Stuart Brickell barricaded...

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  9. Annan report on BBC (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with an unidentified male speaker (poss. Anthony Smith) on the contents of the Annan Report on the future of the BBC and UK broadcasting, its suggestions for sponsorship and advertising on...

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  10. Notting Hill Carnival violence (1977)

    Genre
    Interview

    Interview with unidentified man on the groups of youths that caused violence at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival. Male reporter not identified (poss. Vivian White).

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