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The Levin Interviews

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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.
' If the person questioned is a self-possessed, controlled individual, then the questions may have to be provocative to make him " give ".' (ROBIN DAY, 1975) In the second of this series of conversations, Bernard Levin talks to one of the more redoubtable figures in broadcasting.
Twenty-five years of current affairs broadcasting, a formidable knowledge of politics, strong views on television's political role, an incisive mind and swift tongue, uniquely fit Robin Day for the hot seat, though he has been most reluctant to take it in the past.
In a recent interview he granted to a young boy on Jim'll Fix It, we learned why he wears a bow tie; today we learn about the man behind it as he talks about his personal and professional philosophy.
Director ROY CHAPMAN Producer COLIN ROSE
Editor JOHN SHEARER. BBC Bristol Preview: page 21

Contributors

Talks: Bernard Levin
Director: Roy Chapman
Producer: Colin Rose
Editor: John Shearer.

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The Levin Interviews

BBC Two England, 3 May 1980 20.30






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