Tue, 21 Sep | Warwick Hall

Travels with Auntie

Life at the BBC World Service with Alistair Lack. Open to Members and guests. Guests are charged £5 at the door. In this talk, Alistair will recall some of the BBC colleagues he worked with for nearly thirty years and some of the many places he visited.
Travels with Auntie

Time & Location

21 Sep, 19:00
Warwick Hall, Church Lane, Burford OX18 4RY

About the Event

Registering for this event is not necessary.

The BBC World Service, founded in 1932 as the BBC Empire Service aims to be “the world’s best-known and most respected voice in international broadcasting”.  Alastair Lack looks back at the history of the Service (where he worked for over 26 years) and then recalls some of the many places he visited in the course of his work, including the United States, the Sub-Continent, Africa and the Falkland Islands. He also recalls meetings with a variety of public figures, from Margaret Thatcher to Alistair Cook.

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