27 June 2011 by James Hayes
the news that BBC Radio 4 has released hundreds of hours of The Reith Lectures from its archives to coincide with the broadcast of this year's first lecture.
Available to download and keep as podcasts or to listen to on demand on the Radio 4 website, the archive includes 240 recordings of some of the great thinkers of the last 60 years. The site will also carry every Reith Lecture transcript from 1948 to 2010.
The audio archive is imcomplete, the BBC admits: recordings of some lectures given in the first 30 years were not retained, and the appeal is out to the public if they happen to possess any of the missing items.
Reith Lectures 1948-1975 Reith Lectures 1976-2010
Posted By: James Hayes @ 27 June 2011 04:23 PM Fact Gannet
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