From the Swinging Sixties to the Turbulent Noughties
The research for this book would not have been possible with- out the tremendous help of many people at the BBC; not least the many interviewees who were happy to give up their valua- ble time to speak to me. There are too many to mention all in- dividually, but I do wish to express my gratitude to each and everyone who helped. In particular I wish to thank Steve Mitch- ell, Rod McKenzie and John Allen. I could not have done any of this without the patient advice from Trish Hayes at the BBC Written Archives Centre. I wish to thank a great number of people for giving me in- spiration and advice. They include, but are by no means limited to: my family; Sean Street, former Professor of Radio at Bournemouth University, for encouraging me to take up re- search into radio and for allowing me to use parts of his won- derful poems; Mart-Jan de Jong for his enthusiasm for the sub- ject; Hans Adriaansens; Michael Burke, Chad Weidner and Kathrin Steigerwald. A thank you also to the staff of Peter Lang academic publishers.
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