BBC Radio - Where next?
In the 1950s, radio was approaching a crossroads. TV had Ewbanked up audiences, stolen evening peaks and radio questioned just how the spoken word would fit into a new media world. And Auntie stood alone. In the '60s, BBC radio was dragged screaming into the beat era by the disruptive pirates - and in the '70s she reached out across the UK, fearful of the new localised commercial warriors. In the '80s breakfast TV arrived, and radio early shows across the sectors feared that