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Question and Answer Session with BBC Chairman

Question and Answer Session with BBC Chairman

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Question and Answer Session with BBC Chairman

Sir Michael Lyons

25 Nov 2010

Is the licence fee good value for money? What programmes do you most enjoy on the BBC? What would you like to see more – or less – of? What do you think of local BBC services?

Licence fee payers in Nottingham have the chance to put their questions about the BBC to Sir Michael Lyons, Chairman of the BBC Trust, at a public meeting.

The Trust is the governing body of the BBC and its role is to get the best out of the BBC for licence fee payers.

Sir Michael Lyons said: “Licence fee payers pick up the bill for the BBC so it is right they should have their say about it. I hope that people in Nottingham who have a view about the BBC or would like to ask me a question will come along to the meeting.”

The Space, 6.30pm - 7.30pm. Free, booking required.
If you would like to attend or would like to know more about the event please email or telephone on 020 3214 4976.


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