It was the BBC wot won it: winning the Peacock Report for the Corporation, or how the BBC responded to the Peacock Committee

Seaton, J. and McNicholas, A. 2009. It was the BBC wot won it: winning the Peacock Report for the Corporation, or how the BBC responded to the Peacock Committee. in: O'Malley, T. and Jones, J. (ed.) The Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting policy Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 121-145

Chapter titleIt was the BBC wot won it: winning the Peacock Report for the Corporation, or how the BBC responded to the Peacock Committee
AuthorsSeaton, J. and McNicholas, A.
EditorsO'Malley, T. and Jones, J.
Book titleThe Peacock Committee and UK Broadcasting policy
Page range121-145
Year2009
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Publication dates
Published2009
Place of publicationBasingstoke
ISBN9780230524743

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