Bhopal Medical Appeal Featured in Radio 4 Charity Appeal

Mark Tully
Sir Mark Tully Outside BBC Broadcasting House

Sir Mark Tully is the former Bureau Chief of BBC, New Delhi and was one of the first correspondents to find himself in Bhopal as the early stages of the disaster began to unfold. Even for a journalist of his vast experience, the terrible events to which he was witness left a deep and lasting impact. Sir Mark recorded a monologue, which was broadcast on our behalf as the Radio 4 Charity Appeal.

Listen to our Radio 4 Appeal with Sir Mark Tully here: Radio 4 Appeal

A previous Radio 4 Appeal, broadcast in 2009, featured Jon Snow.

You can hear our Radio 4 Appeal with Jon Snow here: Jon Snow Radio 4 Appeal





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