Charles Hill, Baron Hill of Luton
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Charles Hill, Baron Hill of Luton PC (15 January 1904 22 August 1989) was a British administrator, doctor and television executive. Charles Hill was born in Islington, London and was educated at St Olave's Grammar School in Southwark, London. He won a scholarship to Trinity College, Cambridge where he gained a first class degree. He continued his medical studies at the London Hospital gaining MRCS and MRCP in 1927 and later he gained MB, BCh and MD. He became Deputy Medical Officer of Oxford in 1930. He became Assistant Secretary of the British Medical Association from 1932 and Secretary from 1944 to 1950. During the Second World War, the Ministry of Health had wanted the BBC to infiltrate health messages into ordinary programmes rather than have dedicated programmes from the Ministry of Food, but the BBC warned that this would not be effective and would be viewed by listeners as patronising. Consequently, Hill's role as the "Radio Doctor" became part of the Ministry of Food's programme, "Kitchen Front", every morning from 1942. Hill was still the BMA's Secretary when the National Health Service was introduced in 1948.
Numero di Pagine:
Miller, Frederic P.
Vandome, Agnes F.
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0.22 x 0.15 x 0.01 m; 0.363 kg