The role of radio and cinema during the war

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  • The role of radio and cinema during the war.
    • Radio
      • BBC Radio had over 9 million listeners.
      • An important way of keeping the population informed.
      • The Ministry of Information controlled the BBC
        • Therefore it was censored.
      • Richard Dimbleby and Frank Gillard were popular BBC broadcasters.
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    • Cinema
      • 1945 - more than 1,500 cinema tickets were sold.
      • The Ministry of Information produced short films about coping with problems created by the war.
      • Films made were patriotic and dealt with the realities of war - had a biased approach.
      • Henry V.
      • In Which We Serve.
  • Music while you work - increased moral in workplaces.


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