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BBC Radio London

Robin Day: Interviewer

In the second of two programmes ROGER CLARK talks to Robin Day about his life and career. He describes interviewing techniques and his relationship with the BBC:
Technical presentation GRAHAM CLIFFORD
Producer ROGER CLARK
BBC One London

Day Time

Conversation - personalities - ideas - controversies - questions with Robin Day
A Sunday afternoon bonus for Robin Day fans. With a slightly broader choice than in his regular Panorama seat, it's a chance to see Robin Day in a slightly more personal and relaxed setting
BBC Television

The New President

(to 8.30)

Kennedy or Nixon? From 6.30 a.m. to 8.30 app.

A special breakfast-time programme of news and views from both sides of the Atlantic about the outcome of the dramatic struggle for the American Presidency with the latest election results.

Presented by Christopher Serpeu in London; Douglas Stuart in New York

And including Robin Day in the West End amongst the American correspondents in London

Ludovic Kennedy talking to the man in the street

And John Tidmarsh talking to Americans flying into London Airport

David Jacobs
Between election developments he presents music from the current American hit parade

Richard Dimbleby introduces the programme
BBC Television

Gallery: Part 1

A weekly programme about People and Politics.

The Little General Election
-at 10.15 and 11.15-
Gallery focuses on today's five by-elections: Chippenham, Dorset South, Glasgow Woodside, Norfolk Central, Northants South
Introduced by Robin Day
Those taking part in the programme include Robert McKenzie, David Butler, John Morgan, Brian Redhead with candidates and leading politicians BBC Outside Broadcast cameras in Weymouth, Chippenham, and Glasgow.
During the second part of the programme it is hoped to bring the results direct from Dorset South, Chippenham, and Glasgow Woodside.
BBC One London

The War Against Crime: Do We Need a National Police Force?

In the third of four programmes, Robin Day asks Do We Need a National Police Force?
in discussion with Robert Mark, Chief Constable of Leicester since 1957, and The Rt. Hon. Sir Peter Rawlinson, Q.C, M.P., Solicitor-General 1962-4

This year the Home Secretary ordered the amalgamation of many police forces. Does this go far enough to help the police wage the war against crime? Can the police forces fight the modern criminal effectively without their being organised on a national basis? Or is a national police force against the British tradition?
These programmes are being printed in The Listener.
See facing page
BBC Two England

One Pair of Eyes: A Taste of Privilege

A series of highly personal films.

Kenneth Tynan remembers Oxford as A Taste of Privilege
"My generation was liberated by Oxford: but it also confined us and marked us for life. Nothing has ever topped the exhilaration and privilege I felt then.
Today's Oxford is like a ghost university, full of usurpers and tourists, simply decor against which to be happily young."
With some of his contemporaries: The Rt. Hon. Anthony Wedgwood Benn, M.P., Robin Day, Alan Brien, John Wain, Alan Beesley, Tony Richardson.
(Colour)
BBC One London

Election U.S.A.: Morning Special

News... Results... Analysis

Introduced from London and New York by Cliff Michelmore and Robin Day
with summaries and comment from Robert McKenzie and Robert MacNeil

The Morning News at 7.55* and 8.55*
(to 9.00)
BBC One London

Budget Special

As the Chancellor makes his Budget Speech in the House of Commons, the news as it comes in is presented by Robin Day and Brian Widlake
See facing page
BBC Two England

A Day to Remember

'Cruel glasses.'
'Tribune of the people.'
'A breath of fresh air.'
Probably no broadcaster has provoked such varied reactions, figured in so many cartoons or occupied such a prominent place on our television screens for so long as Sir Robin Day.
This special programme to mark Sir Robin's 30 years of broadcasting for BBC Television features many of the memorable moments - controversial, moving, hilarious and unintended - of his career, and many of the famous personalities - including six prime ministers, two American presidents, Fidel Castro, Winnie Mandela, Marilyn Monroe, Jayne Mansfield, Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise - who've featured one way or another in the 'Grand Inquisitor's' life.
A Fourth Wall production for BBC tv
(Ceefax subtitles)
BBC Two England

Conference Day

In the SLD Conference Day studio in Blackpool, Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of today's events. The day's controversies are examined and illuminated. And today's big debates are followed by the day's major interview.
BBC Two England

Conference Day

In the SDP Conference Day studio in Torquay,
Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of today's events. The day's controversies are examined and illuminated. And today's big debates are followed by the day's major interview.
Editor JAMES HOGAN
BBC Two England

Conference Day

In the SLD Conference Day studio in Blackpool, Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of events. And today's big debates are followed by the day's major interview.
BBC Two England

Conference Day

In the Labour Conference Day studio in Blackpool,
Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of today's events. Vivian White reviews the day's controversies, and today's big debates are followed by the major interview.
Producer VANESSA DOWELL Editor JAMES HOGAN
BBC Two England

Conference Day

On the first day at the Conservative Party
Conference in Brighton, Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of today's events.
Vivian White analyses the current controversies, and the big debates are followed by the day's major interview.
Producer ELAINE THOMAS Editor JAMES HOGAN
BBC Two England

Conference Day

Sir Robin Day interviews the politicians who have been at the centre of the day's events at the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton.
Vivian White reports. And the big debates are followed by the day's major interview. Engineering managers
MALCOLM HUNTER , GEOFF TAYLOR
Programme producer ELAINE THOMAS Editor JAMES HOGAN
BBC Television

Conservative Party Conference: Third day

Robin Day and Ian Trethowan present a Gallery report including interviews, discussions, and recordings from the day's debates.
From the special BBC-tv studio at Blackpool
BBC Television

Labour Party Conference: Third day

Robin Day and Ian Trethowan present a Gallery report including interviews, discussions, and recordings from the day's debates.
From the special BBC-tv studio at Scarborough
BBC Television

Labour Party Conference: Fourth day

Robin Day and Ian Trethowan present a Gallery report including interviews, discussions, and recordings from the day's debates.
From the special BBC-tv studio at Scarborough
BBC Television

Liberal Party Assembly: Fourth day

Robin Day and Ian Trethowan present a Gallery report including interviews, discussions, and recordings from the day's debates.
From the special BBC-tv studio at Brighton
BBC Television

Liberal Party Assembly: Second day

Robin Day and Ian Trethowan present a Gallery report including interviews, discussions, and recordings from the day's debates.
From the special BBC-tv studio at Brighton






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