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A Conversation with Tony Hall, Director General of the BBC

Tuesday 5 April, 7 - 8.30pm

Venue: BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London W1J 9LN

This was a unique opportunity to hear the Director General’s views about the BBC’s role in the broadcast landscape and to put questions to him about how the BBC can meet the challenges it is faced with. The film producer and Labour peer, David Puttnam, will be talking to the Director General Tony Hall on his vision for, and his time so far at, the BBC as well as inviting his thoughts about wider issues facing public service television in the UK.

News coverage of the event:

‘BBC is Alive and Kicking, Says Director General Lord Hall’, Daily Mail, 5th April 2016

‘Judge us by our quality, says the BBC’s Tony Hall‘, NUJ, 6th April 2016

‘The Archers abuse storyline has year to run, BBC’s Tony Hall reveals‘, by Jane Martinson, the Guardian, 5th April 2016

Tony Hall urged to ‘ditch the deal’, BECTU, 5th April 2016