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Duncan Keyes and the Truth Game

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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Duncan Keyes - as he is called for the purposes of this programme - is 35. He lives with a beautiful girl in a large flat in Chelsea, drives a powerful sports car, and earns 13,000 a year as a copywriter. But he has reached a point in his career when he must take the next step up the ladder or count himself a failure.
In this programme he talks with exceptional frankness about the various factors in his professional and his private life which could make or break him; and his family, his colleagues and his friends add their own acid and affectionate comments. The result is a vivid and revealing picture of Duncan himself and of the unrelenting world he inhabits. Compiled and produced by ANNE OWEN (from Birmingham)(Radio Times People: page 5)
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Produced By: Anne Owen

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Duncan Keyes and the Truth Game

BBC Radio 4 FM, 1 June 1971 21.00






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