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Genome: [r4 Bd=19700824]Industrial Relations in Britain GEOFFREY GOODMAN, Industrial Editor of the Daily Mail, discusses the politics of industrial relations with NORMAN ATKIN -SON, MP, and BARNEY HAYHOE, MP. First of five programmes

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Unknown: Norman Atkin
Genome: [r4 Bd=19700825]Industrial Relations in Britain GEOFFREY GOODMAN introduces the first part of a discussion with LEONARD NEAL , British Railways Board Member for Industrial Relations: ALAN FISHER , General Secretary, National Union of Public Employees; and w. E. j. MCCARTHY , Fellow of Nuffield College. Oxford.|Second of five programmes

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Introduces: Geoffrey Goodman|Unknown: Leonard Neal|Unknown: Alan Fisher|Unknown: E. J. McCarthy
Genome: [r4 Bd=19700826]Industrial Relations in Britain LEONARD NEAL, ALAN FISHER , and w. E. j. MCCARTHY continue their analysis of problems in the boardroom and on the shop floor.|Chairman GEOFFREY GOODMAN Third of five programmes

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Unknown: Alan Fisher|Unknown: E. J. McCarthy|Unknown: Geoffrey Goodman
Genome: [r4 Bd=19700827]Industrial Relations in Britain LEONARD NEAL, ALAN FISHER , and w. E. j. MCCARTHY continue their examination of Britain's industrial difficulties.|Chairman GEOFFREY GOODMAN|Fourth of five programmes

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Unknown: Alan Fisher|Unknown: E. J. McCarthy|Unknown: Geoffrey Goodman
Genome: [r4 Bd=19700828]Industrial Relations in Britain GEOFFREY GOODMAN introduces the final programme in this series, in which LEONARD NEAL , ALAN FISHER , and W. E. J. MCCARTHY discuss the changes which may take place in industrial relations during the next decade.|Produced by MARTIN cox

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Introduces: Britain Geoffrey Goodman|Unknown: Leonard Neal|Unknown: Alan Fisher|Unknown: W. E. J. McCarthy|Produced By: Martin Cox