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Thomas Hajkowski

­provided for regional programs, the relationship between the regions and Head Office were not unproblematic. At the beginning of the war, regional representatives showered Head Office with memoranda protesting the lack of regional representation in the programs,52 and intermittently continued to complain about a lack of adequate representation in the Home Service.53 As late as 1943 Percy Edgar, the Midland Regional Director, who had been with the BBC since the beginning, called for more “regional-mindedness” in the program departments in London, complaining “that

in The BBC and national identity in Britain, 1922–53