Wednesday, August 5, 2015


There may be some continuing awkwardness at Broadcasting House if Kids Company goes under.

According to the Mail, it's not just the Government that's concerned about providing more money, but other high-profile donors. "The Mail has learned these include Comic Relief, which has loaned and donated hundreds of thousands of pounds in the past 15 years."

Current chairman of Kids Company is BBC Creative Director and Executive attendee Alan Yentob, likely to be in Tuscany, given the time of year.

Current chairman of Comic Relief is BBC Worldwide CEO and Executive Board member, Tim Davie. With him as trustees are BBC Director of Television and Executive Board member Danny Cohen, and Director of BBC Studios and Management Team member, Peter Salmon.

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