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There are countless websites & printed books on radio & television. However what few, if any, provide is context - how individual programmes were scheduled alongside their contemporaries. This book provides that context by summarising all the main UK broadcasting schedules for a single year in the 1960s. This has been achieved by looking through thousands of listings in newspapers & magazines, and summarising the trends on easy to read charts (Annual Summaries) with each day of the week represented by one or more charts. These are complemented by an overview of the broadcasting scene, which makes use of open public records to provide further context. Each year-book contains the Annual Summaries for all the main BBC & commercial radio & television channels, including Radio Luxembourg, and where appropriate, the ""pirate"" stations. Most programmes mentioned in the Annual Summaries are accompanied by a short A to Z list, enabling the curious reader to search for more information on the web or in other reference books.
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