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Genome: [r4 Bd=19920918]

Four programmes in which Christopher Matthew exhumes late lamented publications for dissection. The Children 's Newspaper was started by Arthur Mee in 1919 "to make goodness into news". In its heydey, children were fed a weekly diet of homilies from the Chief Scout, the doings of the League of Nations and articles on "the improvability of the African". The paper died in 1965, unmourned by generations of children to whom it was the journalistic equivalent of castor oil.... With Anthony Buckeridge , Keith Waterhouse and E S Turner. Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920918]

Four programmes in which Christopher Matthew exhumes late lamented publications for dissection. The Children 's Newspaper was started by Arthur Mee in 1919 "to make goodness into news". In its heydey, children were fed a weekly diet of homilies from the Chief Scout, the doings of the League of Nations and articles on "the improvability of the African". The paper died in 1965, unmourned by generations of children to whom it was the journalistic equivalent of castor oil.... With Anthony Buckeridge , Keith Waterhouse and E S Turner. Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920918]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Arthur Mee

Unknown: Anthony Buckeridge

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920918]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Arthur Mee

Unknown: Anthony Buckeridge

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920923]

Four programmes in which

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. The Children's Newspaper was started by Arthur Mee in 1919 "to make goodness into news". In its heydey, children were fed a weekly diet of homilies from the Chief Scout, the doings of the League of Nations and articles on "the improvability of the African". The paper died in 1965, unmoumed by generations of children to whom it was the journalistic equivalent of castor oil...

With Anthony Buckeridge , Keith Waterhouse and E S

Turner.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920923]

Four programmes in which

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. The Children's Newspaper was started by Arthur Mee in 1919 "to make goodness into news". In its heydey, children were fed a weekly diet of homilies from the Chief Scout, the doings of the League of Nations and articles on "the improvability of the African". The paper died in 1965, unmoumed by generations of children to whom it was the journalistic equivalent of castor oil...

With Anthony Buckeridge , Keith Waterhouse and E S

Turner.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920923]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Arthur Mee

Unknown: Anthony Buckeridge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920923]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Arthur Mee

Unknown: Anthony Buckeridge

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920925]

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. For over 60 years, the doings of polite society were chronicled in The Sketch magazine, which came from the same publishing stable as The Tatler and The Illustrated London News. Photos of hunt balls and charity dinners vied for space with gossip columns, fashion pages and theatre reviews of undemanding plays. But when the last debutante vanished in the the late 50s, so did the magazine... Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920925]

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. For over 60 years, the doings of polite society were chronicled in The Sketch magazine, which came from the same publishing stable as The Tatler and The Illustrated London News. Photos of hunt balls and charity dinners vied for space with gossip columns, fashion pages and theatre reviews of undemanding plays. But when the last debutante vanished in the the late 50s, so did the magazine... Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920925]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920925]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920930]

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. For over 60 years, the doings of polite society were chronicled in The

Sketch magazine. Photos of hunt balls and charity dinners vied for space with gossip columns, fashion pages and theatre reviews of undemanding plays. But when the last debutante vanished in the the late 50s, so did the magazine.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920930]

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. For over 60 years, the doings of polite society were chronicled in The

Sketch magazine. Photos of hunt balls and charity dinners vied for space with gossip columns, fashion pages and theatre reviews of undemanding plays. But when the last debutante vanished in the the late 50s, so did the magazine.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920930]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Genome: [r4 Bd=19920930]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921002]

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. Picture Post began in 1938 and was an immediate success, selling millions of copies a week. For nearly 20 years it found ordinary lives extraordinary - and photographed them, unposed and unrehearsed, be they debutantes or dustmen. During the war, its radical ideas touched a nerve. Under Tom Hopkinson 's editorship, the magazine went from strength to strength - until it was crucified by management interference. Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921002]

Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. Picture Post began in 1938 and was an immediate success, selling millions of copies a week. For nearly 20 years it found ordinary lives extraordinary - and photographed them, unposed and unrehearsed, be they debutantes or dustmen. During the war, its radical ideas touched a nerve. Under Tom Hopkinson 's editorship, the magazine went from strength to strength - until it was crucified by management interference. Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921002]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Tom Hopkinson

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921002]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Tom Hopkinson

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921007]

with Christopher Matthew. Picture Post began in 1938 and was an immediate success, selling millions of copies a week. For nearly 20 years it found ordinary lives extraordinary - and photographed them, unposed and unrehearsed, be they debutantes or dustmen.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921007]

with Christopher Matthew. Picture Post began in 1938 and was an immediate success, selling millions of copies a week. For nearly 20 years it found ordinary lives extraordinary - and photographed them, unposed and unrehearsed, be they debutantes or dustmen.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921007]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921007]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921009]

The last programme in which Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. Nova burst on the publishing scene in 1965 as "the magazine for the intelligent woman". It sank like a stone. IPC then brought in Dennis Hackett as editor. Under his leadership, Nova's avantgarde fashion pages and distinguished journalism earned it a reputation as the magazine of the 1960s. With Molly Parkin , Irma Kurtz , Dennis Hackett and Brigid Keenan. Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921009]

The last programme in which Christopher Matthew exhumes late-lamented publications for dissection. Nova burst on the publishing scene in 1965 as "the magazine for the intelligent woman". It sank like a stone. IPC then brought in Dennis Hackett as editor. Under his leadership, Nova's avantgarde fashion pages and distinguished journalism earned it a reputation as the magazine of the 1960s. With Molly Parkin , Irma Kurtz , Dennis Hackett and Brigid Keenan. Producer Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921009]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Dennis Hackett

Unknown: Molly Parkin

Unknown: Irma Kurtz

Unknown: Brigid Keenan.

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921009]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Dennis Hackett

Unknown: Molly Parkin

Unknown: Irma Kurtz

Unknown: Brigid Keenan.

Producer: Alastair Wilson

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921014]

Christopher Matthew exhumes another late-lamented publication for dissection in the last programme of the series. Nova burst on the publishing scene in 1965 as "the magazine for the intelligent woman". It sank like a stone. IPC then brought in Dennis Hackett as editor. Under his leadership, Nova's avantgarde fashion pages and distinguished journalism earned it a reputation as the magazine of the 1960s... With Molly Parkin ,

Irma Kurtz , Dennis Hackett and Brigid Keenan.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921014]

Christopher Matthew exhumes another late-lamented publication for dissection in the last programme of the series. Nova burst on the publishing scene in 1965 as "the magazine for the intelligent woman". It sank like a stone. IPC then brought in Dennis Hackett as editor. Under his leadership, Nova's avantgarde fashion pages and distinguished journalism earned it a reputation as the magazine of the 1960s... With Molly Parkin ,

Irma Kurtz , Dennis Hackett and Brigid Keenan.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921014]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Dennis Hackett

Unknown: Molly Parkin

Unknown: Irma Kurtz

Unknown: Brigid Keenan.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19921014]

Unknown: Christopher Matthew

Unknown: Dennis Hackett

Unknown: Molly Parkin

Unknown: Irma Kurtz

Unknown: Brigid Keenan.