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"programme Catalogue - Details: Crichel Down, A Case For Resignation"19900419

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0079

Recorded on 1990-01-22

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 390762

Next in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Previous in series: RACHMAN, A MAN OF PROPERTY

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Description

SBH:Series of programmes examining scandals or causes clbres which made the headlines in their days. 2: Crichel Down: A Case For Resignation. In 1954 Sir Thomas Dugdale, the Minister of Agriculture, took responsibility for his civil servants' actions and resigned. Those involved recall the case. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

19 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

Peter Carrington (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Robert Brown (Speaker)

Ian Nicolson (Speaker)

George Marten (Speaker)

Charles Dugdale (Speaker)

Anne Marten (Speaker)

Chris Tozer (Speaker).

"programme Catalogue - Details: John Belcher ""friendships And Favours"""19900510

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0078

Recorded on 1990-01-29

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 484261

Next in series: THE OZ TRIAL, INNOCENTS DEFILED?

Previous in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

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Description

SBH:Series of six progs. looking at scandals or cause clbres which made the headlines in their day. 5: John Belcher: Friendships and Favours. The junior minister at the Board of Trade resigned when he found himself at the centre of corruption allegations in Attlee's post-war government. Was he a villain or a victim? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

10 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

07 Oct 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

John Bull (rdr)

Vincent Bramble (rdr)

Michael Foot (Speaker)

Douglas Jay (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

James Cross (Speaker)

Francis Boyd (Speaker)

Stanley Baron (Speaker)

Jill Mumford (Speaker)

"programme Catalogue - Details: Poulson, A Case Of Corruption"19900426

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0077

Recorded on 1990-01-15

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 390657

Next in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Previous in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

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Description

SBH:A series of programmes on scandals or causes clbres which made the headlines in their day. 3 (of 6): Poulson: A Case of Corruption. A look at the case during the early 1970s which exposed widespread corruption in public life. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

26 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Jeremy Beecham (Speaker)

Thomas Smith (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

Robert Stewart Of Fulham (Speaker)

Muir Hunter (Speaker)

Raymond Fitzwalter (Speaker)

Cliff Nicolson (Speaker).

"programme Catalogue - Details: Rachman, A Man Of Property"19900412

BBC Programme Number: 00F90440

Recorded on 1990-01-09

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 442792

Next in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

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Description

SBH:A series on scandals or cause clbres which made headlines in their day. 1 (of 6): Rachman: A Man of Property. Story of the notorious landlord whose name became synonymous with exploitation of his tenants, particularly newly arrived West Indian immigrants. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

12 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (ann)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

Richard Dimbleby (Speaker)

Keith Joseph (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Sheila Mckechnie (Speaker)

George Clark (Speaker)

Shirley Green (Speaker)

Bruce Kenrick (Speaker)

Donald Chesworth (Speaker)

Edward Pilkington (Speaker)

Bernard Nile (Speaker)

Henry Wragg (Speaker).

"programme Catalogue - Details: The Oz Trial, Innocents Defiled?"19900517

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0080

Recorded on 1990-02-05

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 449538

Previous in series: JOHN BELCHER ""FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS""

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SBH:The Oz Trial: Innocents Defiled? - An assessment of the 1971 trial of the editors of Oz magazine, accused of corrupting the young, and its role in the debate about the definition of obscenity and the right to freedom of speech. Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

17 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

David Wheeler (rdr)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Goodge (rdr)

John Mortimer (Speaker)

Mary Whitehouse (Speaker)

Robert Hewison (Speaker)

Tony Palmer (Speaker)

Richard Neville (Speaker)

Felix Dennis (Speaker)

Frederick Luff (Speaker)

Viv Berger (Speaker)

"programme Catalogue - Details: William Tyndale, School Or Scandal?"19900503

BBC Programme Number: 00F90319

Recorded on 1990-01-02

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 467966

Next in series: JOHN BELCHER ""FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS""

Previous in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

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SBH:Series examining scandals or cause clbres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale: School or Scandal? Programme on the Islington Junior School where six teachers were sacked in the mid 1970s following an inquiry into the teaching, organisation and management. Was it a clash between progressive and traditional ideas or simply a badly-run school? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

03 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

James Greene (rdr)

Rhodes Boyson (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Peter Newsam (Speaker)

Elizabeth Hoodless (Speaker)

Harvey Hinds (Speaker)

Brian Haddow (Speaker)

Paul Harter (Speaker)

Edward Wragg (Speaker)

Brenda Hart (Speaker)

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900412]

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Presented By: James Greene.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900419]

Unknown: Sir Thomas Dugdale

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Presented By: James Greene.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900426]

Unknown: John Garlick Llewellyn

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Reader: James Greene.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900503]

Six scandals or causes célèbres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale : School or Scandal? Six teachers were sacked after an inquiry in the mid-70s into the William Tyndale Junior School in Islington, north London.

Some say it was a clash of ideas about education, while others believe it was simply a badly run school.

Written and presented by David Wheeler. Readers John Bull and James Greene.

Producer Mark Savage. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900503]

Unknown: William Tyndale

Unknown: William Tyndale Junior

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Presented By: James Greene.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900510]

Six programmes. 5: John Belcher :

Friendships and Favours Written and presented by David Wheeler. Readers

Vincent Brimble and John Bull. Producer Mark Savage. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900510]

Unknown: John Belcher

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Readers: Vincent Brimble

Readers: John Bull.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900517]

The last of six scandals.

The Oz Trial:

Innocents Defiled?

The 1971 trial of the editors of the magazine Oz, accused of corrupting the young by publishing an obscene article, became a colourful debate about the definition of obscenity and the right to freedom of speech. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Producer Mark Savage. Stereo

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900517]

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900909]

Unknown: Peter Rachman

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900916]
Genome: [r4 Bd=19900923]

Unknown: John Garlick Llewellyn

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19900930]

Unknown: William Tyndale

Unknown: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Genome: [r4 Bd=19901007]

Unknown: John Belcher

Unknown: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900412]

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Presented By: James Greene.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900419]

Unknown: Sir Thomas Dugdale

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Presented By: James Greene.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900426]

Unknown: John Garlick Llewellyn

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Reader: James Greene.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900503]

Six scandals or causes célèbres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale : School or Scandal? Six teachers were sacked after an inquiry in the mid-70s into the William Tyndale Junior School in Islington, north London.

Some say it was a clash of ideas about education, while others believe it was simply a badly run school.

Written and presented by David Wheeler. Readers John Bull and James Greene.

Producer Mark Savage. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900503]

Unknown: William Tyndale

Unknown: William Tyndale Junior

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Presented By: James Greene.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900510]

Six programmes. 5: John Belcher :

Friendships and Favours Written and presented by David Wheeler. Readers

Vincent Brimble and John Bull. Producer Mark Savage. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900510]

Unknown: John Belcher

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Readers: Vincent Brimble

Readers: John Bull.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900517]

The last of six scandals.

The Oz Trial:

Innocents Defiled?

The 1971 trial of the editors of the magazine Oz, accused of corrupting the young by publishing an obscene article, became a colourful debate about the definition of obscenity and the right to freedom of speech. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Producer Mark Savage. Stereo

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900517]

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900909]

Unknown: Peter Rachman

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900916]

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900923]

Unknown: John Garlick Llewellyn

Presented By: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19900930]

Unknown: William Tyndale

Unknown: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19901007]

Unknown: John Belcher

Unknown: David Wheeler.

Producer: Mark Savage.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Crichel Down, A Case For Resignation19900419

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0079

Recorded on 1990-01-22

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 390762

Next in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Previous in series: RACHMAN, A MAN OF PROPERTY

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Description

SBH:Series of programmes examining scandals or causes clbres which made the headlines in their days. 2: Crichel Down: A Case For Resignation. In 1954 Sir Thomas Dugdale, the Minister of Agriculture, took responsibility for his civil servants' actions and resigned. Those involved recall the case. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

19 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

Peter Carrington (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Robert Brown (Speaker)

Ian Nicolson (Speaker)

George Marten (Speaker)

Charles Dugdale (Speaker)

Anne Marten (Speaker)

Chris Tozer (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Crichel Down, A Case For Resignation19900419

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Previous in series: RACHMAN, A MAN OF PROPERTY

Description

SBH:Series of programmes examining scandals or causes clbres which made the headlines in their days. 2: Crichel Down: A Case For Resignation. In 1954 Sir Thomas Dugdale, the Minister of Agriculture, took responsibility for his civil servants' actions and resigned. Those involved recall the case. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

19 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

Peter Carrington (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Robert Brown (Speaker)

Ian Nicolson (Speaker)

George Marten (Speaker)

Charles Dugdale (Speaker)

Anne Marten (Speaker)

Chris Tozer (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 390762.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Crichel Down, A Case For Resignation19900916

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0079

First broadcast on 1990-04-19

Recorded on 1990-01-22

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 390762

Next in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Previous in series: RACHMAN, A MAN OF PROPERTY

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Description

SBH:Series of programmes examining scandals or causes c?l?bres which made the headlines in their days. 2: Crichel Down: A Case For Resignation. In 1954 Sir Thomas Dugdale, the Minister of Agriculture, took responsibility for his civil servants' actions and resigned. Those involved recall the case. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

19 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

Peter Carrington (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Robert Brown (Speaker)

Ian Nicolson (Speaker)

George Marten (Speaker)

Charles Dugdale (Speaker)

Anne Marten (Speaker)

Chris Tozer (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Crichel Down, A Case For Resignation19900916

First broadcast on 1990-04-19

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Previous in series: RACHMAN, A MAN OF PROPERTY

Description

SBH:Series of programmes examining scandals or causes c?l?bres which made the headlines in their days. 2: Crichel Down: A Case For Resignation. In 1954 Sir Thomas Dugdale, the Minister of Agriculture, took responsibility for his civil servants' actions and resigned. Those involved recall the case. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

19 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

16 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

Peter Carrington (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Robert Brown (Speaker)

Ian Nicolson (Speaker)

George Marten (Speaker)

Charles Dugdale (Speaker)

Anne Marten (Speaker)

Chris Tozer (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 390762.

Programme Catalogue - Details: John Belcher "friendships And Favours"19900510

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0078

Recorded on 1990-01-29

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 484261

Next in series: THE OZ TRIAL, INNOCENTS DEFILED?

Previous in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

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Description

SBH:Series of six progs. looking at scandals or cause clbres which made the headlines in their day. 5: John Belcher: Friendships and Favours. The junior minister at the Board of Trade resigned when he found himself at the centre of corruption allegations in Attlee's post-war government. Was he a villain or a victim? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

10 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

07 Oct 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

John Bull (rdr)

Vincent Bramble (rdr)

Michael Foot (Speaker)

Douglas Jay (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

James Cross (Speaker)

Francis Boyd (Speaker)

Stanley Baron (Speaker)

Jill Mumford (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: John Belcher "friendships And Favours"19900510

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: THE OZ TRIAL, INNOCENTS DEFILED?

Previous in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Description

SBH:Series of six progs. looking at scandals or cause clbres which made the headlines in their day. 5: John Belcher: Friendships and Favours. The junior minister at the Board of Trade resigned when he found himself at the centre of corruption allegations in Attlee's post-war government. Was he a villain or a victim? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

10 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

07 Oct 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

John Bull (rdr)

Vincent Bramble (rdr)

Michael Foot (Speaker)

Douglas Jay (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

James Cross (Speaker)

Francis Boyd (Speaker)

Stanley Baron (Speaker)

Jill Mumford (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 484261.

Programme Catalogue - Details: John Belcher "friendships And Favours"19901007

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0078

First broadcast on 1990-05-10

Recorded on 1990-01-29

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 484261

Next in series: THE OZ TRIAL, INNOCENTS DEFILED?

Previous in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

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Description

SBH:Series of six progs. looking at scandals or cause c?l?bres which made the headlines in their day. 5: John Belcher: Friendships and Favours. The junior minister at the Board of Trade resigned when he found himself at the centre of corruption allegations in Attlee's post-war government. Was he a villain or a victim? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

10 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

07 Oct 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

John Bull (rdr)

Vincent Bramble (rdr)

Michael Foot (Speaker)

Douglas Jay (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

James Cross (Speaker)

Francis Boyd (Speaker)

Stanley Baron (Speaker)

Jill Mumford (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: John Belcher "friendships And Favours"19901007

First broadcast on 1990-05-10

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: THE OZ TRIAL, INNOCENTS DEFILED?

Previous in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Description

SBH:Series of six progs. looking at scandals or cause c?l?bres which made the headlines in their day. 5: John Belcher: Friendships and Favours. The junior minister at the Board of Trade resigned when he found himself at the centre of corruption allegations in Attlee's post-war government. Was he a villain or a victim? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

10 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

07 Oct 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

John Bull (rdr)

Vincent Bramble (rdr)

Michael Foot (Speaker)

Douglas Jay (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

James Cross (Speaker)

Francis Boyd (Speaker)

Stanley Baron (Speaker)

Jill Mumford (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 484261.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Poulson, A Case Of Corruption19900426

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0077

Recorded on 1990-01-15

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 390657

Next in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Previous in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

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Description

SBH:A series of programmes on scandals or causes clbres which made the headlines in their day. 3 (of 6): Poulson: A Case of Corruption. A look at the case during the early 1970s which exposed widespread corruption in public life. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

26 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Jeremy Beecham (Speaker)

Thomas Smith (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

Robert Stewart Of Fulham (Speaker)

Muir Hunter (Speaker)

Raymond Fitzwalter (Speaker)

Cliff Nicolson (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Poulson, A Case Of Corruption19900426

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Previous in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

Description

SBH:A series of programmes on scandals or causes clbres which made the headlines in their day. 3 (of 6): Poulson: A Case of Corruption. A look at the case during the early 1970s which exposed widespread corruption in public life. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

26 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Jeremy Beecham (Speaker)

Thomas Smith (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

Robert Stewart Of Fulham (Speaker)

Muir Hunter (Speaker)

Raymond Fitzwalter (Speaker)

Cliff Nicolson (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 390657.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Poulson, A Case Of Corruption19900923

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0077

First broadcast on 1990-04-26

Recorded on 1990-01-15

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 390657

Next in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Previous in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

See more PUBLIC AFFAIRS programmes (6)

Description

SBH:A series of programmes on scandals or causes c?l?bres which made the headlines in their day. 3 (of 6): Poulson: A Case of Corruption. A look at the case during the early 1970s which exposed widespread corruption in public life. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

26 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Jeremy Beecham (Speaker)

Thomas Smith (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

Robert Stewart Of Fulham (Speaker)

Muir Hunter (Speaker)

Raymond Fitzwalter (Speaker)

Cliff Nicolson (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Poulson, A Case Of Corruption19900923

First broadcast on 1990-04-26

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: WILLIAM TYNDALE, SCHOOL OR SCANDAL?

Previous in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

Description

SBH:A series of programmes on scandals or causes c?l?bres which made the headlines in their day. 3 (of 6): Poulson: A Case of Corruption. A look at the case during the early 1970s which exposed widespread corruption in public life. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

26 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

23 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Jeremy Beecham (Speaker)

Thomas Smith (Speaker)

Alan Doig (Speaker)

Robert Stewart Of Fulham (Speaker)

Muir Hunter (Speaker)

Raymond Fitzwalter (Speaker)

Cliff Nicolson (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 390657.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Rachman, A Man Of Property19900412

BBC Programme Number: 00F90440

Recorded on 1990-01-09

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 442792

Next in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

See more PUBLIC AFFAIRS programmes (6)

Description

SBH:A series on scandals or cause clbres which made headlines in their day. 1 (of 6): Rachman: A Man of Property. Story of the notorious landlord whose name became synonymous with exploitation of his tenants, particularly newly arrived West Indian immigrants. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

12 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (ann)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

Richard Dimbleby (Speaker)

Keith Joseph (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Sheila Mckechnie (Speaker)

George Clark (Speaker)

Shirley Green (Speaker)

Bruce Kenrick (Speaker)

Donald Chesworth (Speaker)

Edward Pilkington (Speaker)

Bernard Nile (Speaker)

Henry Wragg (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Rachman, A Man Of Property19900412

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

Description

SBH:A series on scandals or cause clbres which made headlines in their day. 1 (of 6): Rachman: A Man of Property. Story of the notorious landlord whose name became synonymous with exploitation of his tenants, particularly newly arrived West Indian immigrants. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

12 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (ann)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

Richard Dimbleby (Speaker)

Keith Joseph (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Sheila Mckechnie (Speaker)

George Clark (Speaker)

Shirley Green (Speaker)

Bruce Kenrick (Speaker)

Donald Chesworth (Speaker)

Edward Pilkington (Speaker)

Bernard Nile (Speaker)

Henry Wragg (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 442792.

Programme Catalogue - Details: Rachman, A Man Of Property19900909

BBC Programme Number: 00F90440

First broadcast on 1990-04-12

Recorded on 1990-01-09

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 442792

Next in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

See more PUBLIC AFFAIRS programmes (6)

Description

SBH:A series on scandals or cause c?l?bres which made headlines in their day. 1 (of 6): Rachman: A Man of Property. Story of the notorious landlord whose name became synonymous with exploitation of his tenants, particularly newly arrived West Indian immigrants. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

12 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (ann)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

Richard Dimbleby (Speaker)

Keith Joseph (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Sheila Mckechnie (Speaker)

George Clark (Speaker)

Shirley Green (Speaker)

Bruce Kenrick (Speaker)

Donald Chesworth (Speaker)

Edward Pilkington (Speaker)

Bernard Nile (Speaker)

Henry Wragg (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: Rachman, A Man Of Property19900909

First broadcast on 1990-04-12

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: CRICHEL DOWN, A CASE FOR RESIGNATION

Description

SBH:A series on scandals or cause c?l?bres which made headlines in their day. 1 (of 6): Rachman: A Man of Property. Story of the notorious landlord whose name became synonymous with exploitation of his tenants, particularly newly arrived West Indian immigrants. Written and presented by David Wheeler.

Broadcast history

12 Apr 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

09 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Brian Perkins (ann)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

Richard Dimbleby (Speaker)

Keith Joseph (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Sheila Mckechnie (Speaker)

George Clark (Speaker)

Shirley Green (Speaker)

Bruce Kenrick (Speaker)

Donald Chesworth (Speaker)

Edward Pilkington (Speaker)

Bernard Nile (Speaker)

Henry Wragg (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 442792.

Programme Catalogue - Details: The Oz Trial, Innocents Defiled?19900517

BBC Programme Number: 89FQ0080

Recorded on 1990-02-05

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 449538

Previous in series: JOHN BELCHER "FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS"

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Description

SBH:The Oz Trial: Innocents Defiled? - An assessment of the 1971 trial of the editors of Oz magazine, accused of corrupting the young, and its role in the debate about the definition of obscenity and the right to freedom of speech. Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

17 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

Mark Savage (Producer)

David Wheeler (rdr)

James Greene (rdr)

John Bull (rdr)

David Goodge (rdr)

John Mortimer (Speaker)

Mary Whitehouse (Speaker)

Robert Hewison (Speaker)

Tony Palmer (Speaker)

Richard Neville (Speaker)

Felix Dennis (Speaker)

Frederick Luff (Speaker)

Viv Berger (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: William Tyndale, School Or Scandal?19900503

BBC Programme Number: 00F90319

Recorded on 1990-01-02

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 467966

Next in series: JOHN BELCHER "FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS"

Previous in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

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Description

SBH:Series examining scandals or cause clbres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale: School or Scandal? Programme on the Islington Junior School where six teachers were sacked in the mid 1970s following an inquiry into the teaching, organisation and management. Was it a clash between progressive and traditional ideas or simply a badly-run school? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

03 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

James Greene (rdr)

Rhodes Boyson (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Peter Newsam (Speaker)

Elizabeth Hoodless (Speaker)

Harvey Hinds (Speaker)

Brian Haddow (Speaker)

Paul Harter (Speaker)

Edward Wragg (Speaker)

Brenda Hart (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: William Tyndale, School Or Scandal?19900503

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: JOHN BELCHER "FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS"

Previous in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Description

SBH:Series examining scandals or cause clbres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale: School or Scandal? Programme on the Islington Junior School where six teachers were sacked in the mid 1970s following an inquiry into the teaching, organisation and management. Was it a clash between progressive and traditional ideas or simply a badly-run school? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

03 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

James Greene (rdr)

Rhodes Boyson (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Peter Newsam (Speaker)

Elizabeth Hoodless (Speaker)

Harvey Hinds (Speaker)

Brian Haddow (Speaker)

Paul Harter (Speaker)

Edward Wragg (Speaker)

Brenda Hart (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 467966.

Programme Catalogue - Details: William Tyndale, School Or Scandal?19900930

BBC Programme Number: 00F90319

First broadcast on 1990-05-03

Recorded on 1990-01-02

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Notes: CAIRS 467966

Next in series: JOHN BELCHER "FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS"

Previous in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

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Description

SBH:Series examining scandals or cause c?l?bres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale: School or Scandal? Programme on the Islington Junior School where six teachers were sacked in the mid 1970s following an inquiry into the teaching, organisation and management. Was it a clash between progressive and traditional ideas or simply a badly-run school? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

03 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

James Greene (rdr)

Rhodes Boyson (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Peter Newsam (Speaker)

Elizabeth Hoodless (Speaker)

Harvey Hinds (Speaker)

Brian Haddow (Speaker)

Paul Harter (Speaker)

Edward Wragg (Speaker)

Brenda Hart (Speaker)

Programme Catalogue - Details: William Tyndale, School Or Scandal?19900930

First broadcast on 1990-05-03

Producer: M. SAVAGE

Next in series: JOHN BELCHER "FRIENDSHIPS AND FAVOURS"

Previous in series: POULSON, A CASE OF CORRUPTION

Description

SBH:Series examining scandals or cause c?l?bres which made the headlines in their day. 4: William Tyndale: School or Scandal? Programme on the Islington Junior School where six teachers were sacked in the mid 1970s following an inquiry into the teaching, organisation and management. Was it a clash between progressive and traditional ideas or simply a badly-run school? Written and presented by David Wheeler. Producer: Mark Savage.

Broadcast history

03 May 1990 19:20-20:00 (RADIO 4)

30 Sep 1990 16:02-16:42 (RADIO 4)

Contributors

James Greene (rdr)

Rhodes Boyson (Speaker)

David Wheeler (Speaker)

Peter Newsam (Speaker)

Elizabeth Hoodless (Speaker)

Harvey Hinds (Speaker)

Brian Haddow (Speaker)

Paul Harter (Speaker)

Edward Wragg (Speaker)

Brenda Hart (Speaker)

Notes: CAIRS 467966.

Programme Catalogue - Station

Radio 4.