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2 edition of IBA evidence to the Committee on Financing the BBC, September 1985. found in the catalog.

IBA evidence to the Committee on Financing the BBC, September 1985.

Independent Broadcasting Authority.

IBA evidence to the Committee on Financing the BBC, September 1985.

by Independent Broadcasting Authority.

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Published by IBA .
Written in English


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ContributionsGreatBritain. Committee on Financing the BBC.
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Open LibraryOL20392540M

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