What would a world without the BBC look like?

Seaton, J. 2015. What would a world without the BBC look like? OpenDemocracy.

TitleWhat would a world without the BBC look like?
AuthorsSeaton, J.
Year2015
PublisherOpenDemocracy
Web address (URL)https://www.opendemocracy.net/ourbeeb/jean-seaton/what-would-world-without-bbc-look-like

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