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Friday 11 Jul 2014

Speeches – 2005

Roly Keating
23.11.05

Roly Keating

Controller, BBC Two

The Broadband Opportunity. Extract from keynote speech given at Manchester Commissioning Conference.

Jana Bennett
23.11.05

Jana Bennett

BBC Director of Television

Championing sustainable TV production in the nations and regions. Speech given at the Broadcast Commissioning Conference.

Roly Keating
14.11.05

Roly Keating

Controller, BBC Two

The Rebirth of Business Television. Speech given at Enterprise Britain Summit '05.

25.10.05

Nigel Chapman

Director, BBC World Service

Transforming BBC World Service for a digital age: a strategy for 2010 and beyond. Given to World Service staff.

17.10.05

Pat Loughrey

BBC Director of Nations and Regions

Speech to the Society of Editors. Speech about the BBC's plans for local television.

20.09.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Speech to the European Broadcasting Conference. Speech given in Liverpool.

28.08.05

Peter Fincham

Controller, BBC One

One Vision. Speech given at the Edinburgh International Television Festival.

27.08.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Speech at the Edinburgh International Television Festival 2005. During the speech Mark Thompson announced MyBBCPlayer.

19.07.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Chairman's speech at the Governors' AGM. Given at the BBC Governors' Annual General Meeting.

14.07.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Speech at the BPI. Given at the British Phonographic Institute.

13.07.05

Jana Bennett

BBC Director of Television

A new window of opportunity for indies. Given at the BBC/PACT Briefing Day, London.

12.07.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

New governance and clarity of purpose delivers a year of change. Chairman's speech given at the launch of the 2004/2005 Annual Report.

07.07.05

Alison Sharman

Controller, CBBC

A Creative Vision. Given at the Showcomotion Festival, Sheffield.

05.07.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Broadcasting and the idea of the public. Given at the Worth Abbey Gaudium Et Spes Conference.

09.06.05

Ashley Highfield

Director of BBC New Media & Technology

Keynote speech. Given at the Broadcast Content Management Conference.

06.06.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Speech at Churches' Media Conference. Given at the Churches' Media Conference 2005.

24.05.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Response to the Green Paper. Given at the Westminster Media Forum.

24.05.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Response to the Green Paper. Given at the Westminster Media Forum.

11.05.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Goodman Media Lecture: The Future of Impartiality . Given at the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.

21.03.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Transforming the BBC. Given to BBC staff.

18.03.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

BBC Africa 2015 Conference. Opening address given at Guildhall, London.

07.03.05

Mark Thompson

BBC Director-General

Angels and Emails. The Stationers' Livery Lecture, given in London.

28.02.05

Jana Bennett

BBC Director of Television

Letting artistic merit speak for itself. Speech for The Founder's Dinner, St Anne's College, Oxford..

22.02.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Connecting to Communities. Speech given during a visit by the BBC Board of Governors to BBC Broadcasting House, Belfast.

09.02.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Building Global Value – the BBC's International Role. Speech given to the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association, London.

24.01.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Making the important interesting: BBC journalism in the 21st Century. The inaugural Cudlipp Lecture given at the London College of Communications.

20.01.05

Michael Grade

BBC Chairman

Changing the BBC. Speech given to the IPPR Media Convention, Oxford.

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