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* am Open University

Synopsis

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11.50 Lost of the Liberties
The SS Jeremiah O'Brien appears a very ordinary cargo ship from World War II. so why should she have been declared an American National Monument?
12.15 The National Theatre
What is the relationship between the artistic and business sides of the theatre, and the role of government and the Arts Council in developing its facilities? Sir Peter Hall. Richard Hoggart and Baroness Jennie Lee put their views.

Contributors

Unknown: Jeremiah O'Brien
Unknown: Sir Peter Hall.
Unknown: Richard Hoggart
Unknown: Baroness Jennie Lee






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