Douglas J. Stewart on TV

Stewart, Douglas J.
December 1972
New Republic;12/16/72, Vol. 167 Issue 23, p34
Focuses on the television career of journalist Alistair Cooke. Comments on a television program about American history; Remark on the imagination and initiative of American television; Emergence of the British Broadcasting Corporation as a nasty socialist institution whose works are now being gobbled up by American commercial networks.


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