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Children's television (The Guardian) (1964)

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And BBC children's television is not almost wholly middle class, as "Children's Hour" was wont to be. What seems to be needed is more daring, more ambition a more coherent intention. The medium is compulsive. With "Dr Who" the BBC has shown the power of compulsive nonsense. What about the power of compulsive sense?

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  • APA 6th ed.: Blishen, Edward (1964-07-03). Children's television (The Guardian). The Guardian p. 10.
  • MLA 7th ed.: Blishen, Edward. "Children's television (The Guardian)." The Guardian [add city] 1964-07-03, 10. Print.
  • Chicago 15th ed.: Blishen, Edward. "Children's television (The Guardian)." The Guardian, edition, sec., 1964-07-03
  • Turabian: Blishen, Edward. "Children's television (The Guardian)." The Guardian, 1964-07-03, section, 10 edition.
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