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Committee to question Lord Hall and Anne Bulford OBE on the BBC at a session in Salford

6 September 2018

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Committee will hear from Director-General Lord Hall of Birkenhead and Deputy Director-General Anne Bulford OBE on Tuesday 11th September at 9.30 in an oral evidence session on the BBC Annual Report and Accounts 2017-2018.

Witnesses

Tuesday 11 September 2018
Venue: Quay House, 5th Floor Events Space, Media City, BBC, Salford, M50 2QH 

At 9.30am

  • Tony Hall, Director General, BBC
  • Anne Bulford OBE, Deputy Director General, BBC

About the session

MPs will likely ask the witnesses, amongst other subjects, about: how well the BBC is meeting its aim of reinventing the BBC for a new generation; how the BBC is tackling the gender pay gap and equal pay issues; how the BBC is approaching funding and income growth; and how the board is acting to address concerns over Personal Service Companies.

The oral evidence session is open to members of the media and public. Please note security checks will be in place and photo ID will be required for entry. Attendees are advised to leave sufficient time to pass through the checks.

Further information

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