Janet Lewis-Jones

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Janet Ann Lewis-Jones (12 May 1950 – 13 May 2017[1]) was a member for Wales on the BBC Trust, the governing body of the British Broadcasting Corporation from 2006 to 2010. She was also formerly a vice president of the British Board of Film Classification and a board member at S4C.


On 1 November 2006 Lewis-Jones was appointed as one of the founding members of the BBC Trust,[2] which along with a formal Executive Board replaced the former BBC Board of Governors as the governing body of the BBC. As National Trustee for Wales, Lewis-Jones also chaired the Audience Council Wales, an advisory body to the BBC Trust.[3]

Janet Lewis-Jones stepped down from the BBC Trust on 31 October 2010.


  1. ^ The Times, 18 May 2017, page 59
  2. ^ BBC Press Release New BBC Trust to represent the public interest
  3. ^ "Janet Lewis-Jones". cfiw.org.uk. Retrieved 19 May 2017.