Sunday, June 21, 2015

Belly uncovering

Former BBC Editorial Director Roger Mosey tells all in his autobiography Getting Out Alive: News, Sport and Politics at the BBC, published by Iain Dale's Biteback imprint on July 1st, at £20.  The blurb says it will reveal Auntie's "hidden underbelly".

Celebrity reviews are spookily already in. "Perceptive, revealing and honest, Getting Out Alive reveals what makes the BBC tick. It’s funny, too. A delight."  John Humphrys. Roger was editor of Today on Radio 4 for four years.

"A hugely enjoyable book. Roger Mosey was a good and unflinching companion on the road to London 2012 and witnessed the Games from a unique perspective. He is a believer in the power of sport to inspire and the importance of critical friends in enduring partnerships."  Sebastian Coe. Roger was the BBC's Director of London 2012, appointed in September 2008. Coe was chairman of the Organising Committee.

There'll be bits in the Sunday Times tomorrow.

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