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"The Listener is a great resource for me because it's basically the only written record of the mid-20th-century BBC that's widely available. Due to shortages, for most wartime broadcasts, few programs were recorded, and the ones that were tended to be wiped and recorded over; as a result, the related articles and broadcast transcriptions in The Listener are often the best resource for finding out about broadcast history: i.e. what was actually playing on the BBC."
"The Listener was where the British did their thinking. Literate and engaged, it had the mild irony of all the best of British culture. Unlike most magazines, it combined reflections on politics and what was in the news with the arts, but not from any partisan clique. The only thing you signed up to when you bought The Listener was informed skepticism and wit. The online archive is a seam of pure gold for researchers, politics, writing, theatre and social observation, but it offers many delights for browsers as well."Jean Seaton, Professor of Media History and Official Historian of the BBC, The University of Westminster
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