Bridson, D. G. 1910-

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Douglas Geoffrey Bridson, 1910-1980, began his career in 1933 as a free-lance radio writer and joined the British Broadcasting Corporation in 1935 as Feature Programmes Assistant in the North Region. He then moved to London in 1941 to become Overseas Features Editor, Assistant Head of Features following the War, and Programme Editor for Arts, Sciences, and Documentaries (Sound), from 1964-1967. In this latter position, Bridson was referred to as the cultural boss of the BBC. D.G. Bridson retired from the BBC in May 1969, after more than 35 years and 800 broadcasts that carried his name.

From the guide to the Bridson mss., 1934-1980, (Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington) http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly)

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