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John_Reith_-_Archive_on_Four_-_10_November_2012.flac(FLAC audio file, length 28 s, 1.28 Mbps overall)

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English: The speaking voice of John Reith, Scottish broadcasting executive, from the BBC programme Archive on Four. He discusses the responsibilities of the BBC's first broad of governors.
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Source http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01nsyxq
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