Correspondence and related items concerning Butterfield's work for the B.B.C. Correspondents: Frank Kermode, Miss Arbuthnot, T. S. Gregory, Margot J. Robbins, Leonie Cohn, Vernon Sproxton, Pat Miles, Adrian Johnson, Hubert Henry Hoskins, John Wilkins, Daniel Snowman. 24 May 1963 - 18 January 1977, 33 letters.
Related items include: statements of payments made to Butterfield, 5 April 1962 - 15 February 1970; contracts made between Butterfield and the B.B.C., 7 August 1964 - 11 October 1973; television script beginning `The student of modern history needs to be reminded first of all, I think, that the Reformation must be regarded as essentially a religious movement....' [contribution to `Luther and the Reformation'], typescript draft, recorded 29 September 1967, 6pp.; papers concerning `The faces of evil', a series of 4 television programmes prepared by Vernon Sproxton, including 2 drafts, 1 in Butterfield's hand and 1 typescript, of `Evil in history' (introductory talk by Butterfield), and a transcript of the subsequent unscripted discussion between Butterfield and others, [ca 1970].