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[[Tony Gosling]] has stated that the sacking of Milne at the behest of [[Margaret Thatcher]] marked a downturn in the independence of the [[BBC]].
 
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Latest revision as of 09:18, 28 March 2018

Person.png Alasdair Milne  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(Television producer)
Born1930-10-08
India
Died2013-01-08 (Age 82)
NationalityBritish
Alma materWinchester College, Oxford University/New College
Children • Seumas Milne
• Kirsty Milne
• Ruairidh Milne

Employment.png Director-General of the BBC

In office
31 July 1982 - January 1987
Preceded byIan Trethowan

Career

Tony Gosling has stated that the sacking of Milne at the behest of Margaret Thatcher marked a downturn in the independence of the BBC.

 

Related Document

TitleTypePublication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:HSBC and the sham of Guardian’s Scott TrustArticle3 March 2015Jonathan CookBritain, we are told, is privileged to have two “liberal” media outlets, the BBC and Guardian, that are seen either as neutral or as a leftwing counterbalance to the rightwing agenda of the rest of the media. Here are three illuminating articles and a short video that should help to dispel any such illusions.


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