Very few novels have been set in the BBC -- an important and fascinating British organization, now in its 90th year. It is said that George Orwell in "1984" modelled The Ministry of Truth on the BBC, where he had worked during World War II.
"The Perfect Witch" takes us back even further,to the era of John Reith, its first Director General. He appears briefly in one of the chapters in quite a sympathetic portrayal; unlike the grim puritanical figure that he has become in recent histories. The book also has a description of the strange conditions in an early television studio, operating with the Baird "flying spot" scanning system.
There is a strong case for a special reissue of this rare book. Last but not least, it is a good read as a novel.