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Study on 3


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6.30 Regency People Samuel Whitbread
A member of the new order of industrialists and men of commerce who were taking an increasing part in public affairs; a man of whom the Editor of The Times of his day wrote: 'he is the representative of the English people- an epitome of the national character.' Presented by IAN GRIMBLE Producer PEGGY BACON
7.0 Value for Money
2: The Consumer Organisations A government-sponsored Consumer Council no longer exists, but many other organisations function both nationally and locally. How do they operate?
Among those taking pant are EIRLYS ROBERTS , MAURICE HEALY and ROSEMARY MCROBERT of the Consumers' Association: DAME ELIZABETH ACKROYD , formerly Director of the Consumer Council: and members of local consumer groups
Presented by GRAHAM TAYAR


Presented By: Ian Grimble
Producer: Peggy Bacon
Unknown: Eirlys Roberts
Unknown: Maurice Healy
Unknown: Rosemary McRobert
Unknown: Elizabeth Ackroyd
Presented By: Graham Tayar

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