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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 Radio : Richard Connolly, 2011: ABC Radio
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'ABC Radio producer Richard Connolly in conversation with John Tranter, in Balgowlah, in Sydney, New South Wales, on 11 May, Wednesday, 2011. The topic is ‘The ABC and Australian writing’. The Australian Broadcasting Commission changed its name to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on 1 July,1983. The initialisation remained the same. You can also read in this issue of this magazine the text of the 1982 paper by Richard Connolly that describes his visit under the aegis of a Churchill Fellowship to radio stations in Europe and England in the early 1970s and the events that led directly to the foundation of ‘Sunday Night Radio Two’, Australia’s first long and serious radio program.' (Publication summary)

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