Looks like this is becoming a regular thing now, but that’s all to the good, as we get to hear various sessions that you probably won’t have heard for a while in between Ray’s notoriously grumpy interviews.
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A lot’s been said about Hugh Carleton Greene’s reign as Director General and he certainly did plenty of great things, though in many ways he only had himself to blame in his battles with Mary Whitehouse because he did sometimes seem to go out of his way to wind her up, and he wasn’t entirely the great liberal as he refused to let That Was The Week That Was go out in the same year as the General Election. Certainly more good than bad, though, and in the next episode of this repeated series he’s the focus alongside his commissions like The Wednesday Play.
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Points of View
- In '37) “You should stay at home!” ', Morgan says: "Given that the whole of Southern England was, like TV Centre, in darkness, it’s hard to imagine who was able to..."
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- In 'Opportunity Knocks', Philip mcGovern says: "Peter, I have no real idea how these things work but I stumbled across “st Kevin’s Choir” and came across your notes...."
- In 'Home taping ', Richard M White says: "Thankfully I have managed to acquire 100s of original recordings of the old chart shows but am always looking for more. I’m also writing a..."