The BBC and National Identity in Britain

    The BBC and National Identity in Britain

    Thomas Hajkowski

    Manchester University Press 2010

    Hardback 264pp

    9780719079443   Product Code: 20645

    The BBC has been at the centre of our national life for almost a century, and founder John Reith's mission to 'inform, educate and entertain' has shaped our public culture. This original history examines the way the corporation's early radio broadcasts championed monarchy and empire as causes around which the nation could unite, while fostering the distinctive national identities of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland within an overarching Britishness.

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