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The Year that Made the Day

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Product description

How the BBC planned and prepared the Coronation Day broadcasts. Organising the sound quality of the day to positioning of presenters, to situations of the microphones and cameras in Westminster Cathedral , emergency plans, this is a fascinating and detailed insight into that special day. It shows the quality and times a list and photos of the engineers. of transmissions abroad,
Condition - there is some light foxing on the book jacket and some small tears on top of spine on the jacket.. The pages are clean and the binding is good.

Item details

Author(s):
BBC
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
18cms x23cms
Edition:
1953/4
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
79
Publisher:
BBC

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How the BBC planned and prepared the Coronation Day broadcasts. Organising the sound quality of the day to positioning of presenters, to situations of the microphones and cameras in Westminster Cathedral , emergency plans, this is a fascinating and detailed insight into that special day. It shows the quality and times a list and photos of the engineers. of transmissions abroad,
Condition - there is some light foxing on the book jacket and some small tears on top of spine on the jacket.. The pages are clean and the binding is good.

Author(s):
BBC
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
18cms x23cms
Edition:
1953/4
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
79
Publisher:
BBC

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