6 edition of Alistair Cooke at the BBC found in the catalog.
Alistair Cooke at the BBC
2003 by BBC Books .
Written in English
Alistair Cooke"s biographer introduces a selection of archive recordings, including radio and television interviews and extracts from Letter From America, in a fascinating in-depth look at the career of the veteran journalist.
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|Number of Pages||160|
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Alistair Cooke’s weekly talks on American life, history and politics from – Alistair Cooke (–) enjoyed an extraordinary life in print, radio, and television. He worked as a journalist and broadcaster for many different organizations, including the BBC, The Times, and the Guardian, and won numerous awards for his is best known both at home and abroad for his weekly Letter from America, the longest-running radio series in broadcasting by: 8.
Alistair Cooke at the BBC book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This audio tribute traces Alastair Cooke's career from his first /5. The set of four DVDs that accompanies this book is Alistair Cooke's personal compilation of American history.
He treats the viewer (and the reader of the text version) to a full but unfamiliar account of America's earliest days as a vast unconquered continent through to the arrival of Columbus, the founding fathers, the war of independence from Britain, and the bitter battles of the civil war/5(56).
Inundoubtedly to prepare for the upcoming bicentennial of the American Declaration of Independence, BBC reporter and author Alistair Cooke released a book and a television mini-series telling the history of the United States to the U.K/5. The book accompanying the television series Alistair Cooke’s America sold almost 2m copies.
And Cooke became a household name in the US as host of television’s Masterpiece Theatre. The s. Sun 30 Mar s USA rediscovered through lost recordings of Alistair Cooke's Letter From America.
Alistair Cooke, who died very recently, was a Briton who first came to America during the dark days of the Great Depression as a very young BBC correspondent. The venerated justice Oliver Wendell Holmes was one of the very first people whom he met - and he writes eloquently of that encounter in the Civil War chapter of this book.5/5(4).
Alistair Cooke enjoyed an extraordinary life in print, radio and television. Born in Manchester in and educated at the universities of Cambridge, Yale and Harvard, he was the Guardian’s Senior Correspondent in New York for twenty-five years and the host of groundbreaking cultural programmes on American television and of the BBC series America/5(55).
America: A Personal History of the United States is a British part documentary television series about the United States and its history, commissioned by the BBC and made in partnership with Time-Life Films.
It was written and presented by Alistair Cooke, and first broadcast in both the United Kingdom and the United States in The producer was Michael Gill, who had the idea for the Genre: Documentary.
Alistair Cooke looks back on a rich and varied life, one which has taken him across the Alistair Cooke at the BBC book but never far away from the BBC. Drawing on archive recordings, this selection includes interviews from radio and television, Cooke's Letter From America, and a speech made to the Royal Television Society at New York's Cosmopolitan Club.
It charts the journalist's career from his first trip to. AMERICA, by Alistair Cooke () The early success of the authored documentary as a TV phenomena was built on three key productions: Kenneth Clark's Civilisation (BBC, ), Jacob Bronowski's The Ascent of Man (BBC, ) and Alistair Cooke's America (BBC.
Alistair Cooke was the greatest of all twentieth century reporters of life in America to the rest of the world. This book presents the cream of his writings on the events that shaped modern American history, from the end of the Second World War through to the assassination of John Kennedy and Bobby Kennedy (Cooke was actually present), the moon landings and the Monica Lewinsky scandal.
BBC Radio 4 aims to 'break out of schedule' by making historic content available on demand – starting with episodes of Alistair Cooke's Letter from America Published: 13 Oct Alistair Cooke was the epitome of the civilized man.
His English voice, redolent with informed nonchalance, enchanted millions who heard his Letter from America over BBC observations of American life were cool, witty, empathetic and insightful.
Product Information. Alistair Cooke, for 52 years the unmistakable voice of BBC's Letter from America, was 90 in Drawing upon correspondence, private papers and the reminiscences of family and friends, this is the biography of one the most famous names in British broadcasting history.
Alistair Cooke, KBE (–), was a legendary British American journalist, television host, and radio broadcaster. He was born in Lancashire, England, and after graduating from the University of Cambridge, was hired as a journalist for the : Open Road Media.
Alfred Alistair Cooke: Mini Bio (1) In he got his first broadcasting job, as a film critic for the BBC, but soon returned to the States and in became a US citizen. For a time he worked as a freelance journalist for The Times, reporting from New York. He was spoofed on Sesame Street by Cookie Monster who was Alistair Cookie.
Alistair Cooke’s America (), the book based on the award-winning program, was a best-seller in the United States.
From the s to the early ’90s, as host of Masterpiece Theatre, Cooke served as an interpreter of British culture through the presentation of BBC dramatic television programming to American audiences. Through his BBC Radio series, 'Letters From America', Alistair Cooke reported on every aspect of life in the United States for over 50 years.
In he wrote and presented 'Alistair Cooke's America', his critically acclaimed TV series, which became a hit on both sides of the atlantic, generated a best-selling book and earned Cooke an.
For years legendary broadcaster Alistair Cooke brought America to the rest of the world with incomparable wit and wisdom. This is his now classic and irresistibly readable 'personal history' of America: guiding us through centuries of changing life in the ing with his own arrival in America as a graduate in the s: Alistair Cooke goes on to write about the explorers who put their.
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Born Alfred Cooke, Novemin Salford, England; died Main New York, NY. Journalist. A figure of immense stature on both sides of the Atlantic, veteran British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalist Alistair Cooke bridged two worlds: the proper English one of his birth, and that of his adopted homeland, the United States.
The definitive survey of Alistair Cooke’s brilliant career as a newspaperman Few journalists have covered the American scene as thoroughly as Alistair Cooke did.
In addition to presenting the Sunday-night Letter from America broadcasts for the BBC, Cooke was the Guardian ’s chief US correspondent for more than a quarter century, filing Brand: Open Road Media. Alistair Cooke looks back on a rich and varied life, one which has taken him across the ocean but never far away from the BBC.
Drawing on archive recordings, this selection includes interviews from radio and television, Cooke's Letter From America, and a speech made to the Royal Television Society at New York's Cosmopolitan Club.
Nick Clarke talked about his book Alistair Cooke: A Biography, published by Arcade book is the first authorized biography of the BBC journalist and host of Masterpiece Theater.
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Author of Alistair Cooke at the BBC, The World of George Price, Alistair Cooke's American Journey, The American in England, Golf, Reporting America, Alistair Cooke's America, General Eisenhower on the Military Churchill. Alistair Cooke, the urbane and erudite journalist who was a peerless observer of the American scene for almost 70 years, died at his home in New York, the BBC said today.
He was The Late Book: Alistair Cooke - a Celebration. BBC Radio 4 FM, 20 January At present this site reflects the contents of the published Radio Times BBC listings. We will retain information submitted to us for possible future use, to help fill in gaps in the data and to help us bring the BBC’s broadcast history to life, but we will.
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General Information. History Documentary hosted by Alistair Cooke and published by BBC in - English narration  Cover InformationThrough his BBC Radio series, Letters From America, Alistair Cooke reported on every aspect of life in the United States for over 50 years.
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In nearly three thousand BBC broadcasts over fifty-eight years, Alistair Cooke reported on America, illuminating our country for a global audience.
He was one of the most widely read and widely heard chroniclers of America—the Twentieth Century’s de Tocqueville. Cooke died inbut shortly before he passed away a long-forgotten manuscript resurfaced in a closet in his New York apartment/5(3).
Alistair Cooke (–) enjoyed an extraordinary life in print, radio, and television. He worked as a journalist and broadcaster for many different organizations, including the BBC, The Times, and the Guardian, and won numerous awards for his is best known both at home and abroad for his weekly Letter from America, the longest-running radio series in broadcasting : Master of talks: Cooke, in his Letter from America.
Masterpiece Theatre was a relatively short run for Alistair Cooke, and his intros mere appetizers. For more of Cooke, as he tu sample some of his half-century of BBC essays.
Originally published in Current, Oct. 26, By David Stewart. Interview with Alistair Cooke, 95, who has made his last weekly BBC radio broadcast, Letter From America Noin series that has spanned 58 .