Media, publishers and agents

Scope and Content

TELEVISION AND RADIO COMPANIES. PUBLISHERS AND AGENTS

CUDLIPP'S CRUSADE - the banned TV-programme, September 1974

Hugh Cudlipp's documentary, "Telling it like it is: Cudlipp's Crusade" for ATV, was banned by the Independent Broadcasting Authority from appearing in the run-up to the General Election of 1974

Hugh Cudlipp and Frank Allaun MP

Lord Aylestone (IBA) to Frank Allaun

Hugh Cudlipp to Bruce Gyngell (ATV Deputy Managing Director)

Correspondence between Hugh Cudlipp and various television and radio companies (BBC, Channel Four, Twenty-Twenty Television etc.) generally regarding interviews or inclusion in programmes about Hugh Cudlipp and/or the Press.

PUBLISHERS AND AGENTS

Correspondence between 1972-1997 with various publishers and agents including:

Graham C. Green (Jonathan Cape Limited)

Bodley Head (Random House) - Royalties for 'The Prerogative of the Harlot'

Lord Weidenfeld of George Weidenfeld & Nicholson Limited

William Heinemann Limited

Bolt & Watson (Authors' Agents)

Robert Maxwell

WALKING ON THE WATER

Mirror Group regarding legal corrections and amendments to 'Walking on the Water' (1976)

Donald Trelford regarding extracts from 'Walking on the Water' for publishing in "The Observer", October 1976

Geoffrey Goodman (ed. British Journalism Review) (1976-1997)

Richard Ingrams (Editor The Oldie (1993-1997)