Adrian Van Klaveren is responsible for leading all of the BBC's coverage and activities for the 100th anniversary of World War One.
He reports to Emma Swain, Head of Knowledge Commissioning, BBC Television, and works on plans across all BBC platforms and services.
Salary and total remuneration
Salary: £186,850 Total remuneration: £193,150
These details were last updated in June 2012 when Adrian Van Klaveren's salary and remuneration were last adjusted. This information is correct as of June 2014.
Last updated January 2013
As Controller, Great War Centenary, Adrian Van Klaveren is responsible for leading all of the BBC's coverage and activities for the 100th anniversary of World War One.
He reports to Emma Swain, Controller Knowledge Commissioning, BBC Vision and works on plans across all BBC platforms and services.
He was previously the Controller of BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC 5 Live Sports Extra, a role he started in April 2008.
Before that, Adrian was the Deputy Director of BBC News and Controller, News Production, with responsibility for developing and implementing News' production strategy and for overseeing new services, including news on-demand and the increasing use of user generated content. He also deputised for the BBC's Director of News, Helen Boaden.
Previously Adrian was Head of BBC Newsgathering, the world's biggest broadcast newsgathering operation.
Adrian is a former Head of Local Programmes for BBC West Midlands based in Birmingham, where he was responsible for the output of BBC regional television from Birmingham and five local radio stations.
He joined the BBC as a news trainee in 1983 and worked in television production, before progressing to senior editorial roles on the flagship BBC News programmes; the Nine O'Clock News, Panorama, and Newsnight.
Adrian was born in Bristol in 1961 and educated at Bristol Grammar School and St John's College, Oxford, where he read Modern History.
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Adrian Van Klaveren had no gifts or hospitality to declare in Q1 2009-10
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