THE BBC FILMS A TELEVISION PRODUCTION - 1936 In 1936 the British Broadcasting Corporation opens the first television service in the world. The BBC crew film a group of chorus girls who run out onto stage in bathing suits and begin dancing. Cut to the camera operators moving in for a closer shot.
ENGLISH PHILOSOPHER C.E.M. JOAD IN HIS LIBRARY English philosopher and broadcast personality C.E.M. Joad quietly enjoys a pipe and reads in his library. Several of the author's publications are shown including his book
"God and Evil". Joad did much to popularize philosophy and was famous for his appearance on the BBC program "The Brains Trust".
HAROLD WILSON ON NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT & VIETNAM - 1967 On February 14, 1967 in a televised speech, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson tells the nation that "we've been working to get an agreement to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, and this question together with Vietnam, are the most urgent problems that the world has faced."
Date: February 14, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:02:03:00, With Audio
HARRISON SALISBURY ON HANOI - 1967 In a televised interview, respected New York Times journalist Harrison Salisbury is asked about the affect of U.S. bombings on North Vietnam: "To be effective in moving Hanoi toward the negotiating table, I think it would have to damage them so severly from a military standpoint that they would be confronted with disaster or complete collapse."
Date: January 11, 1967 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:20:00, With Audio
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