From the April 1, 1957 edition of the widely-respected BBC* current affairs program, Panorama. *In the days when the phrase “widely-respected BBC” was not regarded as risible and oxymoronic. The narrator is Richard Dimbleby, often compared to Edward R. Murrow, or the other way around. The BBC later said it wished it hadn’t done this, as […]
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