Monday, January 5, 2015


Lots to catch up on for the BBC Executive as they re-assemble for a tricky quarter. Once they've got tales of Tel Aviv and the Canaries out of the way, it's an intimidating in-tray.

At the top is strategy for handling the delayed Dame Janet Smith Review, followed by the plans for a BBC tv super-indie. Also to be dealt with - a delayed NAO Review into progress on promised savings under Delivering Quality First.

The Trust next meets on 23 January - will the DCMS finally have found two new members of suitable quality to fill the gaps in their ranks ? And when will the Proms have a new boss ?

All in all, a grim Monday. They'd all rather be at The Mondrian for the press launch of The Voice...I wonder who is paying.

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