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SBH:The organiser of the Miss World beauty contest interviewed about the competition.
Interviewers: Joan Yorke and Don Davis.
From a programme in the series In the Public Eye.
PRE:Accusations that the contest is fixed are bound to be made against any important competition - instances important football matches.
Some beauty contests may not be honest, but Miss World is strictly fair.
Judges selected from eminent people not subject to bribery, who are not invited until the last possible moment.
His job necessitates getting to know the girls well and training them for the event; treats them all as intelligent human beings.
NTS:Eric Morley's book, The Miss World Story, pub.
Angley, is referred to briefly at the start of this extract.
07 Dec 1967 00:00-00:00 (RADIO 4)
Don Davis (int)
Joan Yorke (int)
Eric Morley (Speaker)
Notes: CAIRS 291303.