Skip to content

My BBC in Ten Years’ Time: Debate

As the BBC asks the public to respond to its plans to cut £670 million from its annual budget, we asked some leading industry voices to outline the BBC they think would serve Britain best.

Event recorded on 21 November 2011.

Journalist Steve Hewlett chaired the panel, which included:

Peter Bazalgette– Former Chief Creative Officer of Endemol, now a media consultant and digital media investor

Alex Connock– Co-founder of factual TV indie Ten Alps and founder of Manchester-based digital content producer Pretend.

Mark Damazer CBE– Master of St Peter’s College Oxford, former Controller of Radio 4 and 7 and various roles for BBC News.

Caroline Thomson– Chief Operating Officer of the BBC, responsible for the BBC's corporate and operational activities including: Policy & Strategy, Marketing, Communications, Legal and Editorial Policy.

Related Topics