Being In Control

Episodes

SeriesEpisodeTitleFirst
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A01The Record Executives1999042519990508

In a four-part music series, Tommy Pearson meets the people responsible for making the artistic choices which determine what and who we listen to.

1: `The Record Executives'.

What are the criteria for giving one person a record contract and another the push? Two record executives discuss the decisions they make and their responsibilities towards the public who buy the discs.

A01The Record Executives1999042519990508

In a four-part music series, Tommy Pearson meets the people responsible for making the artistic choices which determine what and who we listen to.

1: `The Record Executives'.

What are the criteria for giving one person a record contract and another the push? Two record executives discuss the decisions they make and their responsibilities towards the public who buy the discs.

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A03The Music Publishers1999050919990522

In a four-part music series, Tommy Pearson meets the people responsible for making the artistic choices which determine what and who we listen to.

3: `The Music Publishers'.

Two members of Britain's leading music publishing companies discuss how they decide which composer's work to take, how to promote it and where to get it performed.

A03The Music Publishers1999050919990522

In a four-part music series, Tommy Pearson meets the people responsible for making the artistic choices which determine what and who we listen to.

3: `The Music Publishers'.

Two members of Britain's leading music publishing companies discuss how they decide which composer's work to take, how to promote it and where to get it performed.

A04 LASTThe Orchestral Managers1999051619990529

In the last of a four-part music series, Tommy Pearson meets the people responsible for making the artistic choices which determine what and who we listen to.

`The Orchestral Managers'.

They determine the programmes, hire and fire the conductors and pick the best players.

Two orchestral managers discuss how and why they make their choices.

A04 LASTThe Orchestral Managers1999051619990529

In the last of a four-part music series, Tommy Pearson meets the people responsible for making the artistic choices which determine what and who we listen to.

`The Orchestral Managers'.

They determine the programmes, hire and fire the conductors and pick the best players.

Two orchestral managers discuss how and why they make their choices.