Tag Archives: Politics

  1. Women’s Hour – The Changing Sound of a Broadcasting Legend

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    September 12, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    A brief summary of the history of the radio programme Women’s Hour. An explanation of when and how it first started broadcasting and how it has changed styles and listenership if the years.

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  2. Trusts – People Who Care

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    September 4, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    During Lulu’s life in and out of schools and institutions, the Onion’s family were frequently in contact with various care trusts and organisations.

    One such contact was with West Kent & Medway NHS & Social Care Trust.

  3. A run down of famous British Journalists in the UK

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    August 28, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    Nick Robinson Political Editor, BBC Recently seen stamping on a anti-war protester’s placard, Robinson keeps his top spot in this poll. The …
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  4. Welcome to The New World?!

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    August 24, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    The title of the book ‘Don’t Bring Lulu’ is the title of a song which highlights the issues faced by …
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  5. The Iron Lady

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    July 27, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    Margaret Hilda Roberts was born on 13th October 1925 to a grocer living in Lincolnshire.

    No-one knew back then that she would grow up to become a formidable woman and Britain’s first female Prime Minter.

  6. Ron Onions and the IRN transformation

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    July 16, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    In March 1974, having left London’s Capital Radio, Ron Onions moved to London Broadcasting (LBC) to become an editor of the national and international news service IRN.

  7. A force to be reckoned with – the growth of LBC and IRN

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    July 11, 2012 by dontbringlulubook

    Throughout the mid-20th century the airwaves were dominated by the British Institution know as the BBC.

    Whether it was television or radio, the Corporation were leading the way.