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2004


Mark ThompsonMark Thompson07.12.04

BBC Director General
New Statesman Lecture

Michael GradeMichael Grade 03.12.04

BBC Chairman
DCMS seminar on governance - opening statement and statement on models of governance

Mark ThompsonMark Thompson26.11.04

BBC Director-General
The Annual Conference of Specialist Schools
Speech given to the Annual Conference of Specialist Schools, Birmingham.


John Willis24.11.04

Director of Factual & Learning
The Long and Winding Road
The Royal Television Society Christmas lecture, London.


Michael Grade08.11.04

BBC Chairman
Grade says BBC is implementing radical change
Keynote address to the CBI Annual Conference, Birmingham.


Ashley Highfield28.10.04

Director, New Media and Technology
Broadband Britain Summit
Speech given to the Broadband Britain Summit, London.


Richard Sambrook27.10.04

Director, BBC World Service and Global News Division
The Poliak Lecture - Holding on to Objectivity
The Poliak Lecture given at Columbia University, America.


Kevin Marsh19.10.04

Editor, Today
What makes a good journalist?
Speech given to the Society of Editors' annual conference in Newcastle Upon Tyne.


Michael Grade14.10.04

Chairman
Interactive TV Show Europe 2004
Opening speech given to the Interactive TV Show Europe 2004 in Barcelona.


Michael Grade16.09.04

Chairman
Burns Panel Seminar - Governance and Regulation
Opening statement at the Burns Panel Seminar on Governance and Regulation.


Mark Thompson29.08.04

Director-General
Defining Public Value
Speech given at the MediaGuardian Edinburgh International Television Festival 2004.


Jenny Abramsky14.07.04

Director, BBC Radio & Music
BBC Radio in the Second Digital Age
Speech given to the Radio Academy's Radio Festival 2004.


Michael Grade29.06.04

Chairman
Building Public Value
Speech given as the BBC unveiled its vision of the future and manifesto for action.


Mark Thompson29.06.04

Director-General
Building Public Value
Speech given as the BBC unveiled its vision of the future and manifesto for action.


Mark Thompson22.06.04

Director-General
Speech given to BBC staff
Speech given by Mark Thompson on his first day as Director-General.


Mark Byford04.05.04

Acting Director-General
Newspaper Society Annual Lunch
Speech given to The Newspaper Society Annual Lunch.


Mark Byford29.04.04

Acting Director-General
The Voice of the Listener and Viewer Spring Conference 2004
Speech given to The Voice of the Listener and Viewer Spring Conference 2004.


Mark Byford31.03.04

Acting Director-General
The BBC in a Changing World
Speech given to the Foreign Press Association - the Gladstone Lecture. He said BBC independence was "non-negotiable" and outlined BBC Charter Review proposals.


Jana Bennett30.03.04

Director of Television
Red Button Revolution - Power to the People
Speech given to MIPTV & Milia in Cannes about the BBC's role in the digital revolution.


Jane Root10.02.04

BBC TWO Controller
Does Life Begin at 40?
Speech given to the Royal Television Society in London to mark the 40th birthday of BBC TWO.


Greg Dyke 26.01.04

Director-General

Roots

Speech given at event to raise awareness of joint BBC and Arts Council England initiative - Roots.




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