Based on the most extensive independent research ever conducted inside the BBC, during which author Georgina Born was allowed unprecedented access to all ranks of the organization, Uncertain Vision concentrates on the corporation during the later 1990s, the last years of the regime of the former director-general John Birt. Blending reportage and cultural history, it offers both a panorama of the BBC's history and an intimate portrait of the people that make it up—producers, directors, editors, accountants, and managers.
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This unique and controversial portrait of the BBC gives unparalleled insight into the workings and problems of that venerable cultural institution during the late 1990s, and does not flinch from criticizing the policies of the then Director-General John Birt.About the Author:
Georgina Born is an academic, journalist and broadcaster. She is a lecturer in Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge University.
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