RSA Fellows and guests are invited to discuss the BBC Charter Review and associated cultural issues.
We will be joined by Ian Small, Head of Public Policy and Corporate Affairs, as part of BBC Outreach, now that the UK Government’s BBC Charter Review process is now under way. This offers an opportunity for everyone who has an interest in the BBC, and in public service broadcasting in general, to join the debate and to help to shape the future of the organisation, in Scotland and across the UK.
As the Director General and the Chair of the BBC Trust have both said, it is crucial that the voices of those who pay for the BBC - its licence payers - are heard, above all others, in this debate. The Charter Review will take a wide-ranging look at the purpose of the BBC, its scale and scope, its funding and its governance and regulation.
This event is free but please book your place via this page.
If you have any questions, please contact Ann Packard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Trinity Centre, Episcopal Church, High Cross Avenue, Melrose, TD6 9SU