David Attenborough talks about the BBC in the 1930's saying 'you could put on programmes which didn't cause a lot of problems because the vast majority of the listening public agreed with them'

David Attenborough talks about the BBC in the 1930's saying 'you could put on programmes which didn't cause a lot of problems because the vast majority of the listening public agreed with them' (Core Number: LNF1389T - AEVZ001J)
David Attenborough talks about the BBC in the 1930's saying 'you could put on programmes which didn't cause a lot of problems because the vast majority of the listening public agreed with them' (Core Number: LNF1389T - AEVZ001J)
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Editorial #:
997615766
Collection:
BBC Editorial
Date created:
December 14, 1972
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Clip length:
00:00:19:09
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London, England, United Kingdom
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QuickTime 10-bit ProRes 422 (HQ) HD 1920x1080 25p
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BBC Editorial
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davidtalksabout1930sbbc.mov