Today the third volume of the History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom - The War of Words, covering the period 1939-45 - is published.
DONALD MCLACHLAN discusses the book and the issues it raises about the degree of censorship necessitated by wartime conditions, the maintenance of morale athome and abroad, the relationship between ' black ' and ' white ' broadcasting, and the independence of the BBC during this vital period with the author ASA BRIGGS and ALAN BULLOCK
RICHARD CROSSMAN , MP and HARMAN GRISEWOOD Produced by ANNE DUNCAN -JONES
ContributorsUnknown: Donald McLachlan
Unknown: Asa Briggs
Unknown: Alan Bullock
Unknown: Richard Crossman
Produced By: Anne Duncan