BBC Board

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The BBC Board is the governing board of the British Broadcasting Corporation. The Board replaced the BBC Trust in April 2017.[1] The Chairman is Sir David Clementi.[2]

Name Position
Sir David Clementi Chairman
Tony Hall Director-General of the BBC
Simon Burke Non-executive Director
Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson Non-executive Director
Ian Hargreaves Non-executive Director
Tom Ilube Non-executive Director
Sir Nicholas Serota Non-executive Director
Steve Morrison Member for Scotland
Dr Ashley Steel Member for England
Professor Elan Closs Stephens Member for Wales
Anne Bulford Deputy Director-General
Tim Davie CEO, BBC Worldwide & Director, Global
Ken MacQuarrie Director, Nations and Regions

Executive Committee[edit]

The Executive Committee is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the broadcaster.

Name Position
Tony Hall Chairman; Director-General
Anne Bulford Deputy Director-General
Charlotte Moore Director of Content
Mark Linsey Creative Director of BBC Studios
Fran Unsworth Director of News & Current Affairs
Matthew Postgate Chief Technology & Research Officer
Ken MacQuarrie Director of Nations & Regions
James Purnell Director of Radio & Education
Tim Davie CEO, BBC Studios
Valerie Hughes D'Aeth Director of Human Resources

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BBC Board Appointments". BBC Media Centre. 2017-03-23.
  2. ^ Mark Sweney (2017-01-10). "Sir David Clementi confirmed as new BBC chair". The Guardian.

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