3: British Telecom
Live from Nottingham's Albert Hall. Michael Bett , Deputy Chairman of BT, joins Bill Wigglesworth ,
OFTEL's Director General to answer queries and complaints from the audience.
Producer Paul Kobrak
Keep listening to the radio - sooner or later you might hear your own voice. In the first of two programmes about "access" radio,
Paul Donovan forages in the BBC sound archives for a look at the ways in which the public have got themselves onto the airwaves.
Producer Hamish Mykura. Stereo
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