The BBC Russian Service and Cultural Relations
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The BBC Russian Service and Cultural Relations
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S207987840001316-6-2
DOI
10.18254/S0001316-6-2
Publication type
Article
Status
Published
Authors
Dominic Lieven 
Affiliation: Trinity College, University of Cambridge
Address: Uk, London
Abstract
The article contains unique evidences — memoirs about Alexander Lieven, the Director of the Russian BBC Service, written by his son — the famous specialist in Russian history, Professor of Cambridge, MBA Dominic Lieven. The text is both a short insight into the history of the Russian Service and the insider's record of relations among the members of the BBC Russian creative team. Among other things it shows the role which played in the making of the Service's information and cultural politics the Russian emigres who worked for the Russian Service during the key years of the Cold War.
Keywords
BBC, Alexander Lieven, Dominic Lieven, Russian service, Bush house, Anatoly Goldberg, the Cold War, cultural policy, propaganda
Received
01.12.2015
Publication date
24.12.2015
Number of characters
19613
Number of purchasers
17
Views
9016
Readers community rating
5.0 (2 votes)
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